One of the original publishing houses to be founded in London's famous literary quarter, Bloomsbury, Faber remains family-owned and fiercely independent. Today it is a thoroughly modern business, still based off London's Bloomsbury Square, still finding, developing and promoting the best new writing. As one of the great publishers, there is no one better placed to understand what a writer needs.
We know that what writers want to do is to write. They want support and they want structure, but all to one end: to write more, and write better.
That's why, on a Faber Academy writing course, you will always be focused on your own work. Because you have your own voice and your own stories, your own aims and experiences.
It's why you can expect, every time you leave the Faber offices, to come away with something new to show: a new short story written on a weekend course, or three new poems workshopped with top tutors, or pages of your prose, honed with the help of a small group of classmates.
It's why our course directors are award-winning, working writers, hand-picked by us from Faber and beyond. They have been in your position, and they understand where you want to get to.
The writing life is not an easy one. We cannot guarantee success, but what we can do is to bring together the full experience of our authors, editors and agents, to give you the best possible shot.
So whether you are starting out, considering a writing career or just looking to develop your skills, we know how to help.