October – November 2016
Faber hosted a group of professionals coming from several countries who worked on projects related to various fields of letters: fiction, translation, literary essays, journalism, dramaturgy.
The tricks and pitfalls of literary translation and Donald Trump’s rise to the American presidency were the focus of Faber’s last two public activities for 2016.
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.
Data de publicació / Publication date: 26-11-2016 El Punt Avui TV
Data de publicació / Publication date: 24-11-2016 Verbàlia
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.
Yesterday, Sunday, the last residents of this second period of residence—which began on 24 October—left. Once again, we have been able to enjoy four intensely enriching weeks. In the same way that those of us who work at Faber feel how our spirits are awakened and...
Data de publicació / Publication date: 16-11-2016 Olot Televisió
While the first group of Faber residents lived through an intense media campaign to present the residency, the second group of residents have particularly focused on offering cultural activities in Olot.
Can Trincheria, Olot
Thursday 17 November, 7 pm
Data de publicació / Publication date: 09-11-2017 El Punt Avui
Data de publicació / Publication date: 08-11-2016 Ràdio 4, Club Dante
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.