Sarah Wood

Standard Name: Wood, Sarah


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Family and Intimate relationships Ali Smith
AS met her longtime partner Sarah Wood at Cambridge University in the 1980s
Murray, Isobel, editor. “Ali Smith”. Scottish Writers Talking 3, John Donald, pp. 186-29.
. Wood, now a documentary filmmaker with a focus on the found object, collaborated with Smith on theatrical projects, mounting original...
Friends, Associates Ali Smith
Sarah Wood has continued to collaborate with Smith. Along with Kasia Boddy , the two have served as editors of literary anthologies like Brilliant Careers (mentioned above) and Let's Call the Whole Thing Off...
Publishing Ali Smith
AS published Shire, a volume of four stories inspired by the work of scholar Helena Mennie Shire , through the small Full Circle Editions press. Smith's partner, Sarah Wood , provided the artwork for the collection.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.
Textual Production Ali Smith
AS , along with her partner Sarah Wood and academic Kasia Boddy , published through Virago PressBrilliant Careers, an anthology of a hundred years of women's writing.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.
Textual Production Ali Smith
A second anthology collaboration from AS , Sarah Wood , and Kasia Boddy was issued by Penguin Modern Classics: Let's Call The Whole Thing Off: Love Quarrels from Anton Chekhov to ZZ Packer .
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.
Textual Production Ali Smith
Remarkably too, the print-run made a deliberate switch midway in the order of its two stories—of a fifteenth-century Italian painter and of a modern British teenager—and copies were randomized for distribution, so buyers do not...
Textual Production Ali Smith
At CambridgeAS , along with Sarah Wood , actress Cara Seymour , and Abigail Morris (former artistic director of the Soho Theatre Company ), comprised a small theatre company. The plays written by Smith...


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Smith, Ali et al., editors. Brilliant Careers. Virago Press, 2000.
Smith, Ali et al., editors. Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off. Penguin Books, 2009.