An Evening with Ali Smith
Ali Smith explores companionship in its innumerable manifestations, as the world continues to change rapidly in her new novel, Companion Piece.
Companion Piece follows Smith’s dazzlingly original seasonal quartet of novels – Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer – written and published between 2016 and 2020, and providing near real-time commentary on #MeToo, Brexit, the refugee crisis and a global pandemic.
Smith discusses companionship in all its timeless, legendary and shapeshifting forms with literary journalist Suzi Feay.
This Waterstones event is in partnership with Bristol Ideas.
Ali Smith’s Companion Piece is published by Penguin. Buy a copy online or at the event from Waterstones.
Ali Smith is one of the nation’s most accomplished novelists. Her books include How to Be Both and Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer. Her work has been shortlisted four times for the Man Booker Prize.
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