THE THOUGHT FOX | Books and Culture from Faber & Faber

January, 2012

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Craig Thompson talks Habibi+

We mentioned a couple of weeks ago rather excitedly that Craig Thompson, over to promote Habibi, was about to arrive...

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Keija Parssinen: Intercultural Affairs+

This month we welcome to the Faber list American author Keija Parssinen with debut novel The Ruins of Us. Set...

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Krys Lee: Outside-Insider+

We’re delighted this month to publish Drifting House, a dazzling debut story collection from Korean-American author Krys Lee. As this...

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A Leonard Two-Hander+

After three acclaimed thrillers (Quiver, Trust Me and All He Saw Was the Girl), Peter Leonard returns with a real...

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Doreen Lawrence: And Still I Rise+

'Mrs Lawrence was becoming a kind of Hecuba, whose unyielding determination and grief for her dead son could not any...

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Biography is Dead …+

The grand literary biography, alongside the Booker winner, used to be the jewel on an editor's list. But those days...

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Dinner for One+

If you speak German there's a good chance you'll have seen in the past week German Chancellor Merkel and French...

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Destination: Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul+

If you only go away for one week a year, you must choose the right destination. A reliable way to...

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