Residents’ Experiences at faBer
Ibiz Albizu | In this period of technical reproducibility
Greta Bernotaité | Sunny mountains of Olot in spring gave me a lot of positive energy.
Allan Cameron | The residencies run by Faber in Olot are uniquely informal and generous.
Lila Azam | The hotel has superb views, the air is clean and pure, the restaurant (both breakfast and dinner) is lovely and staff is incredibly kind.
Àlex Hinojo | Overview of the first residency period of the year
David Manderson | Sometimes you need a lucky break – not just to get away from routine but to show you why you’re doing it all in the first place.
Llàtzer Garcia | I’m back in Barcelona. I’m back to writing (or at least trying to) at my desk. It’s a flat with very little natural light. I miss room 115 of the Hotel Riu Fluvià.
Andrew Dowling | Historian Andrew Dowling summarizes the contents of his new book, partly written at Faber.
Valèria Gaillard | Almost a hundred pages. This was the number of pages that Marcel Proust dedicated to the Dreyfus affair near the end of the first part of The Guermantes Way.