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2019 Wall Calendar
  • Dimensions: 260 x 180mm
  • Illustrations: Full Colour
  • Publication date: 12 November 2018
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Format: Spiral-bound board-backed wall calendar
Made in Britain

2019 Wall Calendar

Celebratory 60th issue calendar

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  • Published 12 November
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This winter Slightly Foxed will celebrate the 60th issue of The Real Reader’s Quarterly and – as we did for our 10th birthday – we’ve decided to mark the occasion with a 2019 calendar featuring some more of the seasonal Slightly Foxed covers that readers enjoy so much.

It’s a handsome, spiral-bound decorative wall calendar printed on sturdy paper with a board backing, and we feel it will raise the spirits and look good in any room. It would make a charming present for anyone who loves Slightly Foxed, or indeed for anyone who hasn’t yet come across it.


January: Issue 48, Sarah Woolfenden, ‘River in Winter’

February: Issue 56, Clare Curtis, ‘The Thought Fox’

March: Issue 53, Alice Pattullo, ‘The Potting Shed’

April: Issue 41, James Weston Lewis, ‘Bluebells’

May: Issue 49, Rosie Sanders, ‘Dandelions and Other Flowers’

June: Issue 57, Luke Martineau, ‘Westminster, Afternoon Light’

July: Issue 58, Debbie George, ‘Forget-me-not’

August: Issue 54, Oliver Akers Douglas, ‘The Avon at Salisbury’

September: Issue 55, Jemma Lewis Marbling, ‘Bloomsbury Blue & Orange Botanical’

October: Issue 51, Olivia Lomenech Gill, ‘Vasalisa’s Garden’

November: Issue 16, Posy Simmonds, ‘Fireside Reading’

December: Issue 52, Mark Hearld, ‘Papercut Foxes’

‘A thing of beauty . . .’

‘So thrilled you’re doing a calendar this year. I was given one as a gift a couple of years ago and was heartbroken to find you weren’t selling one last year. A thing of beauty.’

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