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For worldwide press enquiries, imagery, quotes, features, interview and review copy requests, please contact Jennie Harrison-Bunning: [email protected]

For advertising & partnership enquiries please contact Steph Allen: [email protected]

‘A heartfelt celebration of writing that has stood the test of time . . . committedly eclectic’
Gaby Wood, Telegraph
‘If you love to read, be sure to check out Slightly Foxed, “The Real Reader’s Quarterly”. It’s a delightful quarterly magazine filled with book essays – not reviews of recent books, but writing about books beloved by the writers. I never read an issue without making several terrific discoveries. Also, it’s a great gift for a book-lover, if you’re not sure what books to buy – that’s how I found it.’
Gretchen Rubin, Forbes Magazine
‘Opening Slightly Foxed triggered one of those moments when you have to ask yourself, “How it is possible that I did not know this existed until now?” Slightly Foxed features short pieces by authors and contributors who each write about a book or author they enjoy. It’s kind of like Nick Hornby’s column in the Believer – it will likely give you a lot of ideas of things you’d like to read someday, but it’s also enjoyable to just read someone’s description and stories about a book they love.’
Books, The Universe & Everything
‘A wonderful publication, at once unpretentious and lively, edifying and fun. It manages to be not only a superb guide to many excellent books but also to offer writing of its own that is remarkably entertaining .’
The Author
‘The magazine’s other great strength is its tactile quality. It looks and feels good. Its lay-out is stylish, the presentation is clear and uncluttered, its size (21cm x 14.5cm) is perfect for the crowded train journey, reading in bed, or the cramped fisherman’s tent, and it’s printed on high-quality cream-coloured vellum paper. And so everything about it exudes a degree of excellence that is uncommon in specialist periodical publishing today.’
Caught by the River
‘A lovely production . . . it contains many riches.’
The Bookseller

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