Publishers Canongate and Faber are teaming up for an audio co-publishing venture, with Canongate handling the sales and production of the audio editions of Faber's titles.
The jointly branded list will be launched this summer. Titles will be selected from across Faber's fiction, non-fiction
and children's lists, with Faber to continue to handle publication of
audiobooks of its poetry titles itself.
The publishers said they are planning on "no more than a dozen" titles
each year, with Faber c.e.o. Stephen Page saying the emphasis will be on
creating downloadable and unabridged material to target owners of smart
phones and other portable devices, though physical CDs will also be
Page said: "Canongate's passion is backed by extremely smart
investment, as anyone can see from its acquisition of CSA [the
specialist audio publisher that Canongate acquired in 2010]. This has
brought them exceptional production and sales infrastructure, and
invaluable experience in audio publishing."
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