Sea Fever aims to celebrate all forms of the written word inspired by this exceptional coast-line, and to bring to the coast writers with national reputations.
Join our Editors, Gail Pirkis and Hazel Wood, as they go behind the scenes at Slightly Foxed.
Saturday 12 May • 12.30 p.m.
Norfolk NR23 1AU
The relationship between language and the living world is celebrated in this exhibition of poetry and illustration. The Lost Words is a unique collaborative project between the award-winning author and Slightly Foxed contributor Robert Macfarlane, and acclaimed artist and author Jackie Morris, that seeks to reconnect people with the natural world. Subscribers to the Slightly Foxed newsletter can receive half-price admission to the exhibition on full-price and concession tickets. It runs until 6 May 2018.
invite you to join them to celebrate the publication of Slightly Foxed Issue 56 and When I Was a Little Boy.
There will be books galore, plenty of wine and a 20% discount on all purchases on the night. So please do come and be merry, and stock up on Christmas presents.
Thursday 7 December 2017 • 6.30–8 p.m.
We celebrated the launch of our autumn publications in the beautiful barn of Much Ado Books on a Saturday evening in September. Wine flowed, bookish chat filled the air, books flew off the shelves and tills rang as we toasted our new seasonal offerings.
We celebrated the launch of our special limited edition of The Cherry Tree, the final book in Adrian Bell’s celebrated trilogy of Suffolk country life between the wars, at Harris & Harris Books in Clare on a sunny summer’s evening in July.
As part of a series of summer events to mark 50 years since John Moore’s death, as well as 110 years since his birth in Tewkesbury, we visited the John Moore Museum and set up shop in the Old Baptist Chapel on a sunny Saturday afternoon in August.
Ysenda Maxtone Graham spoke alongside writers Martin Bell and Clover Stroud over a three-course literary lunch at the Savile Club on 6 June.
The author of Terms & Conditions was in conversation with Slightly Foxed editor, Hazel Wood.
Gail Pirkis and Hazel Wood, editors of Slightly Foxed, spoke at St George’s Church Hall on Friday 5 May as part of the Chichester Literary Society’s programme of talks and events.