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Hot off the press: read the latest news and press releases from Faber Books, from author acquisitions and prizes to new book announcements.

Faber announces publication of a new novel by multi award-winning author Sarah Hall
Faber announces publication of a new novel by multi award-winning author Sarah Hall

Hall began writing the novel on the first day of national lockdown in March 2020. 

T. S. Eliot estate welcomes responses to The Waste Land during centenary year
T. S. Eliot estate welcomes responses to The Waste Land during centenary year

The Waste Land, first published in the inaugural issue of The Criterion in October 1922, celebrates its centenary in 2022.

Faber to publish Second Place by Rachel Cusk
Faber to publish Second Place by Rachel Cusk

Second Place, the new novel by the internationally acclaimed author of the Outline trilogy, Rachel Cusk, will be published on …

Announcing Dr Gwen Adshead & Eileen Horne’s The Devil You Know
Announcing Dr Gwen Adshead & Eileen Horne’s The Devil You Know

Stories of radical empathy from a leading forensic psychiatrist: a timely and perspective-shattering work that gives profound insights into the …

Kristin Scott Thomas to narrate Rachel Cusk’s Outline trilogy
Kristin Scott Thomas to narrate Rachel Cusk’s Outline trilogy

New unabridged audio editions of Rachel Cusk’s Outline trilogy to be narrated by Kristin Scott Thomas

Faber announces masterful new novel by Claire Keegan
Faber announces masterful new novel by Claire Keegan

Small Things Like These, a beautiful and delicately wrought short novel, will be published in autumn 2021.

Announcing Light Perpetual, a new novel from Francis Spufford
Announcing Light Perpetual, a new novel from Francis Spufford

Faber to publish an ingenious and profound new novel by Francis Spufford, the best-selling, prize-winning author of Golden Hill.

Classic Richard Scarry books to be newly published by Faber
Classic Richard Scarry books to be newly published by Faber

Richard Scarry books including the much-loved Lowly Worm will be published in January and March next year.

Event – New Poetry: A Celebration
Event – New Poetry: A Celebration

Join us at St George’s Church in Bloomsbury or online for this set of live readings from five exceptional Faber …

Announcing Georgia Pritchett’s My Mess Is a Bit of a Life
Announcing Georgia Pritchett’s My Mess Is a Bit of a Life

English teacher 'in despair' as Faber buys Georgia Pritchett's My Mess Is a Bit of a Life.

Helen Oyeyemi moves to Faber for Peaces
Helen Oyeyemi moves to Faber for Peaces

The novel is scheduled for publication on 4 November 2021, with an export edition to be released on 1 April …

Faber to publish Jo Browning Wroe’s A Terrible Kindness
Faber to publish Jo Browning Wroe’s A Terrible Kindness

Faber will publish A Terrible Kindness as a superlead title in spring 2022.

Announcing On Connection by Kae Tempest
Announcing On Connection by Kae Tempest

Faber is proud to announce staggering talent Kae Tempest’s first work of non-fiction: a meditation on the power of creative …

Announcing Brian Eno’s Diary, A Year With Swollen Appendices
Announcing Brian Eno’s Diary, A Year With Swollen Appendices

The diary and essays of Brian Eno, republished twenty-five years on with a new introduction by the artist in a …

Faber to publish Sound Within Sound by Kate Molleson
Faber to publish Sound Within Sound by Kate Molleson

This landmark alternative history of twentieth-century music by Kate Molleson will be published in Spring 2022.

Faber marks the centenary of the birth of one of our greatest writers, P. D. James
Faber marks the centenary of the birth of one of our greatest writers, P. D. James

Monday 3 August 2020 marks what would have been the 100th birthday of P. D. James, whom Faber published for …