Briton, Jamaican, mother, writer, female: on becoming whole with one of this generation’s most vital literary voices.
T Magazine: The New York Times Style Magazine By JEFFREY EUGENIDES OCT. 17, 2016
Zadie Smith is an English novelist, essayist, and short story writer. Smith was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2002. As of 2012, she has published four novels, all of which have received substantial critical praise.
"Once you reach the mid thirties, time speeds up intolerably and life becomes more complicated."
Interview with writer Zadie Smith about her acclaimed new novel 'NW'; a portrait of modern urban life - and the unravelling of a generation. Aged just 24, having published her best seller 'White Teeth', Zadie Smith was already being compared to Salman Rushdie.