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    Fusing Keatsian mists and mellow fruitfulness with the vitality, the immediacy and the colour hit of Pop Art - via a bit of skullduggery - Autumn is a witty excavation of the present by the past.

    Autumn is a take on popular culture and a meditation in a world growing ever more bordered: what constitutes richness and worth?

    Autumn is the first instalment in Seasonal: four stand-alone stories, separate yet interconnected and cyclical, exploring what time is and how we experience it.

    ©2016 Ali Smith (P)2016 W.F. Howes Ltd

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    "Ali Smith's novels soar higher every time." ( Observer)

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    Wonderfully weird and true

    It´s like having this wonderfully weird friend, who is an artist and whom you bump into in a coffeeshop or on the staircase every once in a while. And you like her, because she talks about all the things you cannot quite grasp, riddles and puns and arty art. Then you realize she is talking about things, that come into your own mind, in the waking hours before dawn for example, or just before you go to sleep, things which linger underneath the surface. And after meeting her a couple of times, all the tiny bits of conversation mold into a story about living and dying, time and eternity, about transformation and change, about the difference between communication and dialogue or rather the lack of dialogue, where pauses between words are more eloquent than the actual words.