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An index to all published issues of Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader’s Quarterly magazine

HOW TO USE THE INDEX

  • Please start scrolling down the page, and an alphabet navigation bar will appear
  • The search accepts author name or contributor name only. Once you select an author or contributor from your search results, you will be able to see which of their titles have been covered in the magazine
  • The numbers in square brackets refer to the issue of the quarterly in which the article appears. The unbracketed numbers refer to the starting page of the article

i.e. For the entry: Morris, Jan | the Pax Britannica trilogy, [12] 38; this indicates that an article featuring these books appears in Slightly Foxed Issue 12 on page 38

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The Europe I Saw, [65] 78

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‘Spring Foxes’, Kelly Louise Judd - Slightly Foxed Issue 65 View All
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The Clicking of Cuthbert; Heart of a Goof, [27] 74; Uncle Fred in the Springtime, [52] 85

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Nicola Shulman goes back to boarding-school • Oliver Pritchett lists the merits of Roget’s Thesaurus • Sarah Perry follows the fortunes of the Cazalets • Michael Holroyd is caught up in a royal romance • Jane Ridley sets sail with Beatty and Jellicoe • Ranjit Bolt joins The Rotters’ Club • Brandon Robshaw plays detective with Margery Allingham • Lucy Lethbridge finds sustenance in Food in England • Christian Tyler sees Russia through the eyes of Doctor Zhivago • Maggie Fergusson unravels threads of memory with P. D. James • and much, much more . . . Midnight Garden, linocut, Angie Lewin - Slightly Foxed Issue 27 View All
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Nicola Shulman goes back to boarding-school • Oliver Pritchett lists the merits of Roget’s Thesaurus • Sarah Perry follows the fortunes of the Cazalets • Michael Holroyd is caught up in a royal romance • Jane Ridley sets sail with Beatty and Jellicoe • Ranjit Bolt joins The Rotters’ Club • Brandon Robshaw plays detective with Margery Allingham • Lucy Lethbridge finds sustenance in Food in England • Christian Tyler sees Russia through the eyes of Doctor Zhivago • Maggie Fergusson unravels threads of memory with P. D. James • and much, much more . . . Midnight Garden, linocut, Angie Lewin - Slightly Foxed Issue 27
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Tilting at Don Quixote; My Father, Sandy, [30] 24

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Beach Huts, Emily Burningham - Slightly Foxed Issue 30 View All
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Beach Huts, Emily Burningham - Slightly Foxed Issue 30
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Germs, [7] 71

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Cover artwork, Hannah Firmin - Slightly Foxed Issue 7 View All
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Cover artwork, Hannah Firmin - Slightly Foxed Issue 7
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Letters Written in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, [51] 63

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Slightly Foxed Issue 51 Front Cover View All
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Slightly Foxed Issue 51 Front Cover
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by Simon Brett, [1] 70, [3] 33, [5] 25; Kathleen Lindsley, [43] 66; Miriam Macgregor, [48] 68; Slightly Foxed Bookplates by Howard Phipps, [49] 95; Slightly Foxed Bookplates by Sue Scullard, [51] 6; Ian Stephens, [51] 29

 

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Sue Scullard Bookplates – Barn Owl - Wood Engraving Sue Scullard Bookplates – Dashing Fox - Wood Engraving View All
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Sue Scullard Bookplates – Barn Owl - Wood Engraving Sue Scullard Bookplates – Dashing Fox - Wood Engraving
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Simon Brett on, [9] 41

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Cover artwork, Emma McClure - Slightly Foxed Issue 9 View All
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Cover artwork, Emma McClure - Slightly Foxed Issue 9
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articles by, [16] 50; [28] 54; [32] 8; [66] 13

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Slightly Foxed Issue 66 View All
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Slightly Foxed Issue 66
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article by, [21] 17

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Fox and Steam Train, Dart Valley, Francis Farmar - Slightly Foxed Issue 21 View All
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Fox and Steam Train, Dart Valley, Francis Farmar - Slightly Foxed Issue 21
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