Zadie Smith in Conversation
with Jael Richardson
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2750 Granville Street
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Presented in partnership with UBC Creative Writing and Tourism Vancouver.
Upon the publication of her debut novel, White Teeth, in 2000, Zadie Smith quickly became literary royalty—as cutting edge as she is decorated; as observational as she is prolific. Now, as one of the most beloved authors of her generation, she visits Vancouver to discuss her work to date, including a recent collection of essays, Feel Free.
As her publisher explains, “Equally at home in the world of good books and bad politics, Brooklyn-born rappers and the work of Swiss novelists, she is by turns wry, heartfelt, indignant, and incisive–and never any less than perfect company.”
Join Zadie Smith in conversation with Jael Richardson, author, broadcaster and Director of The Festival of Literary Diversity. This is a must-see evening not only for fans of Smith, but also for anyone with a taste for literary journalism and rewarding cultural dialogue.
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