‘I have just opened my newly delivered Slightly Foxed and gone straight to the article about The Little Grey Men and Down the Bright Stream. It has brought back to me all the magical delight that my mother and I shared in reading them together. We had no hollow oak on our land but how I longed to live in one. Such yearnings don’t quite go away! I have just ordered the pair from SF. (Books that is, not hollow oaks).’
Press Releases & Media Information
Recent press releases and new title information
Adventures for Harriet
Hilary Mantel, Giving up The Ghost
Ysenda Maxtone Graham, Terms & Conditions
The 2016 Slightly Foxed Best First Biography Prize
John Moore, Brensham Village Press Release
Slightly Foxed Still Foxy at Fifty Press Release
The Carey Novels by Ronald Welch Press Release
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About Slightly Foxed
Now in its 13th year and on its 53rd issue, Slightly Foxed is the lively and independent literary magazine for people who love books. Companionable, entertaining and elegantly produced, Slightly Foxed puts its readers in touch with a world of interesting and often forgotten books. Within its striking covers (usually specially commissioned from British artists) its readers discover recommendations for good reading written by booklovers from all walks of life, from celebrated authors, up-and-coming writers, librarians and booksellers, to the general public. What all its contributors have in common is a passion for a particular book or author that they love. Printed in England by traditional craftsmen printers, Slightly Foxed strikes a blow for lasting quality in content and presentation – for the small and individual against the corporate and the mass produced.
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