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Slightly Foxed: 1 Year Print Subscription (Free Digital)

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  • Format: 210 x 148mm
  • Illustrations: B/W
  • Publication date: Mar/June/Sept/Dec
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Digital access: Full archive via all internet browsers and on most hand-held Android & Apple devices
  • Details: 4 printed issues, digital access
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Slightly Foxed: 1 Year Print Subscription (Free Digital)

4 printed issues & free digital access *save £4
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Slightly Foxed is published four times a year, in early March, June, September and December. Each issue remains current until the next one is published.

Once you reach the checkout you can tell us any renewal information or, if a gift, the name and address of the recipient, any special delivery instructions, and write a personal message to be enclosed with the first issue.

Digital Access

Digital access will begin with the publication of the first issue and will remain valid for the duration of the subscription. You will receive an email or a postcard inside your first issue with instructions for accessing the digital edition within 5 working days of placing your order. Or, if it is a gift subscription, the recipient will receive instructions with their first issue.

Gift Subscriptions

Gift subscriptions will usually start with the current issue which can be sent out for a date of your choice, tied up with elegant ribbon and accompanied by a hand-written gift card. Gift subscriptions may also start with the previous or forthcoming issues. If the former, both previous and current issues will be dispatched at once; if the latter, a card will be sent out in advance of the issue being published, or together with the issue for a later date. You can select a delivery date when you reach the checkout.

‘Packed with anecdotes, reminiscences and essays about books, writers and the trade. If you love books you’ll love Slightly Foxed.’ Time Out

‘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 rare oasis of quiet, but intelligent literary reflection, free from the spiky cynicism that so often mars other publications’ The Lady

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‘Thanks for the hours/days/months/years of reading inspired by your articles!’ A. Raynaud, France

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‘I have enjoyed every issue of Slightly Foxed and delighted in the new authors I have come across as a result.’ P. Maher, Ireland

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‘Probably the most rewarding £40 I will spend this year.’ C. Skinner, Devon

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‘Absolutely beautifully produced.’ James Naughtie

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‘Thank you for another year of delight!’ D. M. Coward, Dorking

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‘Most anxious to renew my subscription. I couldn’t do without Slightly Foxed.’ M. Stephenson, West Sussex

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From readers

  1. P. Harbouri, Greece says:

    Of course I want to renew my subscription . . . I’d hate to be without Slightly Foxed.

  2. The Dabbler says:

    ‘A wonderful review magazine, unique in that it introduces good books from both the past and the present, rather than being tied to what’s fashionable . . . Slightly Foxed focuses on the overlooked gems that have fallen into undeserved neglect, not just the obvious and trendy.’

  3. Naomi Ishiguro, For Books’ Sake says:

    ‘I’m proud of my status as a Slightly Foxed subscriber. When, four times a year, this literary journal arrives through my letterbox accompanied by a hand-written notecard and wrapped up neatly with a coloured ribbon, my hardened layers of urban cynicism peel away and I’m transformed into some kind of bucolic fantasy character from a Posy Simmonds story . . . Each edition features 92 pages of articles, all around the 2000 word mark, written by eccentric and dedicated bibliophiles on a mission to spread the love for their favourite forgotten author. The articles aren’t remotely lit crit, and that’s exactly why I love them.’

  4. The Lady says:

    ‘A rare oasis of quiet, but intelligent literary reflection, free from the spiky cynicism that so often marrs other publications’

  5. Caught by the River says:

    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.

  6. Time Out says:

    Packed with anecdotes, reminiscences and essays about books, writers and the trade. If you love books you’ll love Slightly Foxed.

  7. M. Dickinson, York says:

    Just to let you know that your latest mailing has prompted me to return to the fold. To mark the occasion I plan to buy one of your mugs and I will confirm all this by letter today together with cheque. I look forward to the next issue. With good wishes.

  8. R. Long, Jersey says:

    I fully intend, issue after issue, to write to compliment all concerned for the pleasure and entertainment SF provides – I never get through an issue without two or three laugh-out-loud guffaws! – but in my mid-80s, and with so much still to do, I repeatedly fail to find the time. Maybe I shall one day. Kind regards to all.

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