‘For those bibliophiles who yearn for a whiff of an era when a chap wanting something bound in leather on the Charing Cross Road looked to Marks & Co, not Ann Summers, Slightly Foxed will come as manna from heaven. With a name derived from the dealer’s argot for the kind of liver spots that blossom on musty volumes, it couldn’t be more bookish if it tried.’ Travis Elborough, Guardian

 

In the summer issue: Ysenda Maxtone Graham joins an unlikely couple on the road to Kashgar • Constantine Fraser discovers Old Salonika in a cookbook • Maggie Fergusson discusses writing and serendipity with Ali Smith • Ken Haigh snatches a quiet moment on the river bank • Frost in May gives Melissa Harrison the shivers . . .

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