Standard Name: Smith, Zadie
Birth Name: Sadie Smith
Self-constructed Name: Zadie
White Teeth, appeared in January 2000, and much comment on it related it to the new millennium. Smith (whose criticism has also been well received) is a novelist in the comic tradition, steeped in the work of predecessors, and also an icon of the contemporary, who writes of multiracial societies though not directly of race, and for whom movies and television programmes are as resonant as books.began publishing in the 1990s with short stories. Her first, acclaimed novel,
Smith, Zadie. “Breaking news: Short story competition result 2008”. The Willesden Herald.
Smith, Zadie. Changing my Mind: Occasional Essays. Penguin, 2009.
Smith, Zadie. Feel Free. Hamish Hamilton, 2018.
Smith, Zadie. “Granta 67. Zadie Smith. The Waiter’s Wife”. Granta.
Smith, Zadie. “Letter from Liberia”. The Observer.
Smith, Zadie. Martha and Hanwell. Penguin, 2005.
Smith, Zadie. “Miss Adele Amidst the Corsets”. Paris Review.
Smith, Zadie. NW. Penguin Books Hamish Hamilton, 2012.
Smith, Zadie. On Beauty. A Novel. Hamish Hamilton, 2005.
Smith, Zadie. “On the beginning”. Guardian.co.uk.
Smith, Zadie. “Shades of Greene”. Guardian.co.uk.
Smith, Zadie. Swing Time. Penguin, 2016.
Smith, Zadie. The Autograph Man. Hamish Hamilton, 2002.
Smith, Zadie, editor. The Book of Other People. Hamish Hamilton, 2007.
Smith, Zadie. “The divine Ms H”. Guardian.co.uk.
Smith, Zadie. “This is how it feels to me”. Guardian.co.uk.
Smith, Zadie. White Teeth. Hamish Hamilton, 2000.
Smith, Zadie. White Teeth. Penguin, 2001.