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Posts Tagged ‘Faber & Faber’

The New Yorker Recalls Basil Bunting and the Now-Prescient ‘Briggflatts’ August 3, 2016: At Page-Turner, Christopher Spaide picks up Basil Bunting, noting the publication of his famous “Briggflatts” in Poetry, January 1966. “[I]t was a sensation: a spectacular second [...] by

Faber to Publish New Seamus Heaney Collection in Late 2014 August 25, 2014: A new companion volume to Seamus Heaney’s New and Selected Poems 1966-1987 is set to be published by Faber & Faber later this year. The posthumous collection, which Heaney was working on up [...] by

Mary Jo Bang on the ‘Tender youthful sketches’ of Sylvia Plath March 11, 2014: For PN Review 216, Mary Jo Bang considers Faber & Faber’s new publication: Sylvia Plath: Drawings, edited by Frieda Hughes. We are right to be interested in an artist’s early work. In [...] by

Tatty Devine Teams with Faber & Faber for #WWSTS November 14, 2013: Wow! Our favorite London jewelry-maker, Tatty Devine, teamed up with one of our favorite publishing outfits, Faber&Faber, to make the Women With Something To Say campaign. For more, here’s [...] by

Faber to Publish Notebooks of Ian Curtis September 17, 2013: Big (and great!) news for the Joy Division aficionados out there: Faber in the UK will be coming out with So This Is Permanence: Lyrics and Notebooks from Ian Curtis in the spring of 2014. From the [...] by

Faber Publishes New Book of Sylvia Plath’s Drawings September 4, 2013: Who knew that Sylvia Plath could pen both artful poetry AND drawings?! Oh, wait, that’s us! From Siobhan Fenton at Fawn Review comes this most welcome heads up! Regardless of your opinion of [...] by

Faber & Faber at Night May 4, 2011: As part of the UK’s Museums at Night 2011 Festival, Faber & Faber will be hosting a tour of The Faber Archive — but only for a handful of contest winners. Sort of like Willy [...] by