Described in the Daily Telegraph as a 'distinctive, fresh take on the orphan quest novel', Katherine Rundell's Rooftoppers has been named the winner of this year's Waterstones Children's Book Prize. Another feather in the cap for the Faber Children's list.Tweet
On the eve of the London Book Fair, Faber is thrilled to announce publication of Kazuo Ishiguro’s new novel entitled The Buried Giant. His first new novel for a decade (since Never Let Me Go), The Buried Giant will be published on 5th March 2015. [more]Tweet
It's already won the Goldsmiths Prize, been shortlisted for the Folio Prize and longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award; now add a Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction shortlisting to the honours board. Eimear McBride's remarkable debut novel is available now in paperback. [Buy a copy here]Tweet
An important component in his early work, Echo's Bones was intended by Samuel Beckett to form the end-piece to his story collection, More Kicks than Pricks. But it was never published - until now. The Guardian has more on this story. Copies are now on sale from the Faber website. Find out more.Tweet
After much deliberation the recipients of the 2013-14 Faber New Poets scheme have been named as Rachael Allen, Will Burns, Zaffar Kunial and Declan Ryan, with eight further 'Highly Commended' entrants. The four poets' pamphlets will be out in October, and look out for the tour. Find out more.Tweet
Jefferson Winter is no ordinary investigator. The son of one of America's most renowned serial killers, Winter has spent his life trying to distance himself from his father's legacy ... James Carol's brand new series (film rights already snapped up by Stephen Fry) kicks off with some Broken Dolls. Find out more.Tweet
Robert Williams earned not only critical acclaim with his first novel Luke and Jon, but also a Betty Trask Award. He more than lives up to that promise with his new novel Into the Trees, and in May embarks on a 22-date library tour in association with the North West Libraries Reader Development Partnership.Tweet
Drawing on Faber's design heritage and a resurgent appreciation of book arts, Faber Fine Press delivers inspiring collaborations between writers, print-makers, typographers and artists. The first Fine Press products are the Faber Poetry Broadsides - four poems from some of our favourite poets, with equally captivating new illustrations. Find them here.Tweet
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