Tagged: Ali Smith

The new novel

The logo we chose for the Goldsmiths Prize [awarded on 12th November to Ali Smith's How to Be Both] is the line that... Read more

Norwich and Nottingham host UNESCO Cities of Literature forum

Norwich and Nottingham, two of the UNESCO Cities of Literature, are holding a week-long summit from today (20th May) with appearances by Ali Smith and... Read more

Ali Smith tops poll of best British or Irish novelists working today

Ali Smith, Hilary Mantel and Zadie Smith have been named among the best British or Irish novelists working today, by a group of 200 critics,... Read more

Smith and Pullman top the critics’ picks

Ali Smith’s seasonal novel Winter (Hamish Hamilton), Sally Rooney’s "perfectly observed" début Conversations with Friends (Faber) and the eagerly anticipated first instalment of Philip Pullman’s Book of Dust trilogy, La Belle Sauvage (Penguin/David... Read more

Indies tip Mozley and Saunders for Booker

Indie booksellers are divided on who they think will take home the Man Booker Prize, with a few backing fellow bookseller Fiona Mozley for her... Read more

Read extracts from the Man Booker Prize 2017 shortlist

Get a taster of all six books shortlisted for the Man Booker 2017. Read more

Read extracts from the Man Booker Prize 2017 longlist

From established authors to a bookseller's debut novel, the Man Booker Prize 2017 longlist comprises 13 novels across a variety of genres. Read extracts from... Read more

Bookseller's debut longlisted for Man Booker Prize

A bookseller's unpublished debut is among the novels longlisted for the £50,000 Man Booker Prize 2017, alongside books by authors including Arundhati Roy, George Saunders, Sebastian Barry and Zadie... Read more

Ali Smith longlisted for Gordon Burn Prize 2017

Ali Smith has been longlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize 2017 for the first in her Seasonal four-part series, Autumn (Hamish Hamilton). ... Read more

The Books of the Year 2016

The newspapers’ books of the year round-ups yielded some intriguing results, with Hisham Matar proving the most popular pick; indie publishers taking a healthy share... Read more

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