Ali Smith on the second in her seasonal quartet, Winter.
Ali Smith CBE Areas of Interest Literature Honorary Award Honorary Doctor of Letters, 2008 Biography. Born in Inverness in 1962, Ali Smith is a most gifted writer of novels and short stories. She is also a popular arts critic writing for The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, The Scotsman and The Times Literary Supplement. Her first book, Free Love and Other Stories (1995), won the Saltire.
Ali Smith was born in Inverness in 1962 and lives in Cambridge. She is the author of Artful, There but for the, Free Love, Like, Hotel World, Other Stories and Other Stories, The Whole Story and Other Stories, The Accidental, Girl Meets Boy and The First Person and Other Stories. Hotel World was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and the Orange Prize and The Accidental was shortlisted for the.
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Hailed as the 'first post-Brexit novel’, Ali Smith’s Autumn launched on a wave of rapturous critical acclaim in 2016. Now, a year further on and longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2017, Autumn resonates anew as a defiant hymn to life's fleet passing; a celebration of the season’s evocative poignancy in reflecting the human condition. As we eagerly await the release of her seasonal.
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Ali Smith doesn’t experiment by refusing us our stories; she tells them vividly, beautifully, but without letting us fool ourselves that the shape made is complete. The stories in her new collection defy the rules of closure; their endings open into an unknown landscape. I have to confess that I love Ali Smith’s work because she is so ambitious for the form. There is little British fiction.
Ali Smith’s Autumn Is a Post-Brexit Masterpiece In a dazzling, abstract new novel, the Scottish author experiments with time, history, and art to respond to a tumultuous moment. Sophie Gilbert.