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‘One of the very best moments of each new season: when the new Slightly Foxed arrives.’ Melissa Harrison

Slightly Foxed Issue 76 Winter 2022 - Slightly Foxed Subscriptions

Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader’s Quarterly

The Winter 2022 issue of Slightly Foxed is published on 1 December 2022. Subscriber copies will be dispatched worldwide on 17 November and should be received by 1 December (UK) or 15 December (overseas).

Please note due to ongoing Royal Mail strikes, post may arrive a little slower than usual. In particular parcels to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the US and Canada may be delayed by up to 12 weeks from date of dispatch.

If these dates have passed and you haven’t received your new issue, please get in touch with Jess Dalby: +44 (0)20 7033 0258; [email protected]

SFE No. 61 - Colin Clark, The Prince, the Showgirl and Me: My Week with Marilyn - Slightly Foxed Editions

Slightly Foxed Editions

There is one new Slightly Foxed Edition this quarter, No. 61: The Prince, the Showgirl and Me which is now available to buy in a hand-numbered edition of 2,000 copies.

Those readers who are on an automatic order for the limited editions each quarter were charged on 1 November and should receive the book(s) by 1 December (UK) or 15 December (overseas).

Please note due to ongoing Royal Mail strikes, post may arrive a little slower than usual. In particular parcels to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the US and Canada may be delayed by up to 12 weeks from date of dispatch.

To arrange a recurring order for the Editions please get in touch with Jess Dalby: +44 (0)20 7033 0258; [email protected], or take out a Slightly Foxed Editions Subscription on the Slightly Foxed website.

 

Edward Ardizzone, The Young Ardizzone - Slightly Foxed Plain Foxed Edition

Other Publications

It is our great pleasure to publish a new reissue in our Plain Foxed Editions series this quarter, The Young Ardizzone by Edward Ardizzone.

The creator of the ever-popular Little Tim and Lucy books begins his story in 1905 when he was 5 and his mother brought him and his two sisters home to England from Haiphong where his father was a telegraph engineer. Left in Suffolk in the care of their grandmother, the three grew up with a full complement of young bachelor uncles, great-aunts and eccentric family friends – a comfortable Edwardian world which is beautifully captured in Ardizzone’s deceptively simple prose and delicately humorous drawings.

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