Slightly Foxed Issue 62 (1 June 2019)
  • Pages: 96
  • Format: 210 x 148mm
  • Illustrations: B/W Illustrations
  • Publication date: 1 June 2019
  • Producer: Printed and bound by Smith Settle, Yeadon, West Yorkshire
  • Cover artist: Chloe Cheese
  • ISSN: 1742-5794
  • ISBN: 978-1-910898-29-1

Slightly Foxed Issue 62 (1 June 2019)

One Man and His Pigs
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Description

Open up a world of new reading with Slightly Foxed, the quarterly magazine for booklovers. Companionable, entertaining and elegantly produced, it’s more like a well-read friend than a literary review.

In this issue

Laurie Graham pays an unusual visit to the Blandings piggery • Adam Foulds hangs out with a Russian count • Ursula Buchan meets some extremely likeable people • William Palmer gets a new angle on evolution • Olivia Potts picks fruit with Jane Grigson • Charles Elliott shares a fearful passage to Australia • Rebecca Willis enjoys ‘The Saga of the Century’ • Richard Conyngham finds he’s very up and down in the Andes • Peter Radford puts on a burst of speed • Pauline Melville struggles with Jane Austen, and much more besides . . .


One Man and His Pigs • LAURIE GRAHAM

James Hogg (ed.), Lord Emsworth’s Annotated Whiffle

A Romantic Escape • PATRICK FRENCH

Eric Newby, Love and War in the Apennines

Energetic Idleness • ADAM FOULDS

Vladimir Nabokov, The Gift

Hoofing It • RICHARD CONYNGHAM

Dervla Murphy, Eight Feet in the Andes

Extremely Likeable People • URSULA BUCHAN

The novels of O. Douglas

Antipodean Alcatraz • CHARLES ELLIOTT

Robert Hughes, The Fatal Shore

Uncle Vanya Drops in • WILLIAM PALMER

Roy Lewis, The Evolution Man

Not Your Average Englishwoman • JUSTIN MAROZZI

Rosita Forbes, The Secret of the Sahara

Haikus among the Pears • OLIVIA POTTS

Jane Grigson’s Fruit Book

An Incurable Topophilia • ANDREW NIXON

The writings of Jonathan Meades

A Burning Issue • PIERS PLOWRIGHT

Cesare Pavese, The Moon and the Bonfires

Small Is Beautiful • MATT COLLINS

H. E. Bates, Through the Woods

Mood Music • REBECCA WILLIS

Rebecca West’s ‘Saga of the Century’

An Olympian Effort • PETER RADFORD

E. McDonald Bailey, If It’s Speed You’re After

Scoops of the Century • ANTHONY WELLS

Clare Hollingworth, There’s a German Just Behind Me

Ire and Irritability • PAULINE MELVILLE

Reading Jane Austen

About Slightly Foxed

The independent-minded quarterly that combines good looks, good writing and a personal approach. Slightly Foxed introduces its readers to books that are no longer new and fashionable but have lasting appeal. Good-humoured, unpretentious and a bit eccentric, it’s more like a well-read friend than a literary magazine. More . . . 

Slightly Foxed is a literary magazine that has the incomparable value of following its own way, the principles of pleasure and curiosity, rather than bobbing slavishly in the wake of publishing schedules. It’s always full of good things; but, more than that, it’s always full of unexpected things.’ Sam Leith

‘For people who read a lot, it can be hard to find new suggestions, and every time I read Slightly Foxed, I add several titles to my library list.’ Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project

‘A lovely production . . . it contains many riches.’ The Bookseller



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