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Few cities in the world can boast a literary heritage to match London's, and Bloomsbury is the city's literary heart. It was here, on Russell Square, that Faber and Faber was established by Geoffrey Faber in 1929, with TS Eliot on its founding editorial board. Today, Faber's headquarters are located in Bloomsbury House, on nearby Great Russell Street.

Faber and Faber remains one of the last of the great independent publishing houses in London, with a list that includes no fewer than twelve Nobel Laureates and six Booker Prize-winners. Faber Academy's London courses take place at these offices - meaning our classes benefit from the close proximity of editors, visiting writers and agents who pass through the doors of Bloomsbury House.

Courses at Bloomsbury House, London

Bloomsbury House
Bloomsbury House

Faber and Faber
Bloomsbury House
74-77 Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DA

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Daljit Nagra
with Daljit Nagra, Jo Shapcott in
Three months of reading, writing and sharing your poems. A small, supportive class, and two of the country's best poets, all at the home of British poetry, Faber and Faber....
Richard Skinner
with Richard Skinner, Joanna Briscoe in
The comprehensive six-month novel-writing course for the serious writer – perhaps the sort of student who might consider an MA in creative writing but is unable to give up full-time work or family commitments to attend a university....
Rowan Coleman
with Rowan Coleman in
This three-month course is designed for new and apprentice fiction writers seeking inspiration and guidance. Playful, serious and fun, it proposes to query what writing is and why we do it. The course's aim is to encourage a writerly atmosphere and cultivate engagement with ideas and words....
Marcel Theroux
with Marcel Theroux , Erica Wagner in
Whether you're an established writer of short fiction or are just starting out, this three-day practical course promises a creative kick-start. ...

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