Event: Zadie Smith in conversation (London, 02 October)

Zadie Smith, bestselling and award-winning author, will be discussing her brand new – and first – collection of short stories Grand Union with Diana Evans at The Royal Institution in London on 2nd October.

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Image courtesy of Waterstones Events 

‘Moving exhilaratingly across genres and perspectives, from the historic to the vividly current to the slyly dystopian, Grand Union is a sharply alert and prescient collection about time and place, identity and rebirth. Interweaving 11 completely new and unpublished stories with some her best-loved pieces from The New Yorker and elsewhere, Zadie presents an incredibly rich and varied collection of fiction.’

Zadie Smith is best-known for novels White TeethOn Beauty and Swing Time, alongside novellas and essay collections. Elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2002, Zadie is currently a tenured professor of fiction at New York University and a Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Diana Evans is the award-winning author of Ordinary People, The Wonder and 26a.

This event will include a book signing. Further details will be shared in the coming week. Check here for information. You can also check the event out on Facebook.

Tickets can be purchased via the link

Date And Time
Wednesday 2nd Oct 2019, at 19:00 BST 

Venue
The Royal Institution
21 Albemarle St
London
W1S 4BS
UK



Categories: Books, Q&A, Upcoming Events, Writers

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