Zadie Smith

Bring on the new year, and a new TBR pile stacked with fresh reads.
"I have seen on Twitter [...] people have a feeling at 9 a.m. quite strongly, and then by 11 have been shouted out of it," the author said. "That part, I find really unfortunate."
Something to think about when you're getting ready in the morning.
The perfect literary way to celebrate Women's History Month. 💁🏽 📚
Time and again, Smith’s narrator struggles to see how she can fit the two together.
"That’s why I started writing: because I wanted to know what’s it like to be a Jewish Chinese guy or an old black woman or a white professor or whatever," the author told Slate.
A former investment banker, the chairman of the board of directors of Friends of the High Line, a trustee of the New York Public Library, the editor of the acclaimed book City Parks: Public Places, Private Thoughts, and a contributing editor to Vogue, Catie Marron has just added a new book to her very crowded list of accomplishments.
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel One of Britain's most accomplished, acclaimed, and garlanded writers, Hilary Mantel brutally and
This beautifully crafted work from literary luminary Zadie Smith explores the story of an interracial family whose misadventures in the culture wars on both sides of the Atlantic skewer everything from family life to political correctness to the combustive collision between the personal and the political.
While working on my book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors, I found that even for the best writers in the world, getting started can be the hardest part. Here's how 5 great authors found what they needed to get going on their very first novels.