‘It’s hard to believe autumn is here already. But the days are shortening, the air is growing brisker, and gradually the city is coming to life again as people trickle back after the long summer break. London is back in business, and it’s all go here in the Slightly Foxed office, with the latest of the Slightly Foxed Editions and Slightly Foxed Cubs arriving from the printers, and some new projects afoot . . .’
So wrote Gail and Hazel back in Slightly Foxed Issue 47, Autumn 2015, and things aren’t so different now. Crisp autumn days have put an end to the long, hot summer, we’re awaiting delivery of our latest seasonal offering, A Country Doctor’s Commonplace Book, from our printers, and we’ve embarked on an exciting new project – The Slightly Foxed Podcast. We’ll be recording the first episode this month and it will be available to readers – soon to be listeners! – on 15 November, so do keep an eye out for more news.
Llewellyn Thomas’s autumnal wood engraving, which illustrated the contents page of Issue 47, is today’s Woodcut Wednesday.