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Press & Reviews

20th October 2014

‘Sparky and independent’

- The Times
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20th October 2014

‘A lovely production . . . it contains many riches’ 

- The Bookseller
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20th October 2014

‘Brilliant . . . a great present for those who love books and those who live abroad’

- Financial Times
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20th October 2014

‘Like a breath of fresh air’

- Irish Times
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20th October 2014

‘A quarterly box of delights – always something unexpected to excite the taste buds of the bookish. I know it’s planned, but it feels fortuitous and that’s quite an art’ 

- Paul Routledge, Independent
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20th October 2014

‘Packed with anecdotes, reminiscences and essays about books, writers and the trade. If you love books you’ll love Slightly Foxed

- Time Out
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20th October 2014

‘Fondling its delightfully crisp, cream pages you can almost feel corduroy patches sprouting from your elbows’

- Travis Elborough, Guardian
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20th October 2014

‘A great present for someone who likes books’

Slightly Foxed is a handsome handful of thick creaminess, always with lovely covers, and would make a great present for someone who likes books, and for who you can never think of a remotely suitable present. The magazine is rather like that voice you always hope to hear behind you in old bookshops . . . Ah now that’s an interesting one’
- Miles Kington, Independent
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20th October 2014

‘Strike a blow for good reading’

Slightly Foxed offers a chance to discover about eighty books a year that most of us have never heard of but all of us will wonder about. Strike a blow for good reading everywhere and order a sample issue. It’s all about books, really good books . . . I couldn’t be happier to have found this magazine’
- Bookslut
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20th October 2014

‘A wonderful publication’

‘. . . at once unpretentious and lively, edifying and fun’
- The Author
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20th October 2014

‘A heartfelt celebration of writing that has stood the test of time’

‘Subscribers are so happy they exist that they occasionally drop in to the kitchen headquarters – sometimes they bring marmalade; at Christmas, they send cash so the staff can all go out for a drink. And once in a while, a contented reader will write to the dog’
- Gaby Wood, Telegraph
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