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Ali Smith: “We’re ignoring the real and terrible signs and markers”

The author talks to Anna James about the state of British politics, the brilliant feminists who articulate problems before the rest of us, and her new book, Autumn

The Scotsman's book review of Ali Smith's Autumn.

The Scotsman's book review of Ali Smith's Autumn.

Baileys prize winner Ali Smith: ‘We’ve always been up against the canon and the canon is traditionally male. That is what this book is about’ | Books | The Guardian

Baileys prize winner Ali Smith: ‘We’ve always been up against the canon and the canon is traditionally male. That is what this book is about’

Ali Smith’s playful stories bring literature down to earth, says Sameer Rahim

Public Library and Other Stories by Ali Smith, review: 'amusing and insightful'

Ali Smith’s playful stories bring literature down to earth, says Sameer Rahim

Schotse schrijfster Ali Smith wint Baileys Women's Prize

Schotse schrijfster Ali Smith wint Baileys Women's Prize

Happy Birthday, Ali Smith, born 24 August 1962 10 Quotes Great books are adaptable.

Ali Smith Photos Photos: Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction 2017

Winter by Ali Smith review – wise, generous and a thing of grace | The Guardian | 27 Oct. 2017

Winter by Ali Smith review – wise, generous and a thing of grace

Winter by Ali Smith review – wise, generous and a thing of grace | The Guardian | 27 Oct. 2017

Ali Smith wins Goldsmiths prize for bifurcating marvel How to Be Both

Ali Smith wins Goldsmiths prize for bifurcating marvel How to Be Both

Smith’s novel, which has won the award for mould-breaking works, comes in two versions: one starting with a Renaissance fresco painter, one with a modern-day teenager in mourning

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Ali Smith was born in Inverness and lives in Cambridge. Her most recent book is Artful (Hamish Hamilton,

SCOTS PINE (A VALEDICTION FORBIDDING MOURNING) by Ali Smith | Five Dials

SCOTS PINE (A VALEDICTION FORBIDDING MOURNING) by Ali Smith | Five Dials

Ali Smith: 'There are two ways to read this novel, but you're stuck with it – you'll end up reading one of them'

Ali Smith: 'There are two ways to read this novel, but you're stuck with it – you'll end up reading one of them'

The books interview: The academic turned author talks to Alex Clark about modernism, imagination and why she could never be a lawyer

The art of elsewhere by Ali Smith

Ali Smith, novelist and keynote speaker on the topic of 'Style vs Content' at the Edinburgh World Writers' Conference

“First Fig,” Edna St. Vincent Millay    My candle burns at both ends;  It will not last the night;  But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends—  It gives a lovely light.

10 Great Poems You Can Memorize Today

Graduating Vassar in Edna St. Vincent Millay was a renowned poet.edu/alumni/edna-st-vincent-millay.

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