Over the years Slightly Foxed has come to seem more like a club of people who love books than just a magazine. This is always very noticeable at our annual Readers’ Day, a high point in the SF calendar, to which some of you come year after year to meet the staff and some of our contributors, and enjoy delectable cakes.
This year’s Readers’ Day will be held on Saturday 2 November at our usual London haunt, the Artworkers’ Guild in Queen’s Square, a short walk from Russell Square tube station.
This year’s speakers will be:
Laura Freeman on The Reading Cure
Natania Jansz, founder of Sort Of Books, on Tove Jansson’s writing for adults
Sam Leith, literary editor of The Spectator, on You Talkin’ to Me? Rhetoric from Aristotle to Obama
Michael Palin on his travels in North Korea
Bart van Es on The Cut Out Girl, winner of the 2018 Slightly Foxed Best First Biography Prize and Costa Book of the Year 2019
Slightly Foxed Readers’ Day 2019
Saturday 2 November, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
The Artworkers’ Guild
6 Queen Square
London WC1N 3AT
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