Subjects of articles published in Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader’s Quarterly 

Each quarter Slightly Foxed offers lively personal recommendations for books of lasting interest – books, including fiction, non-fiction and poetry, that have stood the test of time and have left their mark on the people who write about them. It’s an eclectic and wide-ranging mix, introducing readers to some of the thousands of good books that may have long ago disappeared from the review pages and often from bookshop shelves.

Coming attractions . . . 

Henry Jeffreys props up the bar with Kingsley Amis • Tim Pears finds family history in a Polish forest • Charles Elliott enjoys some eighteenth-century gossip • Selina Hastings meets a Mitford • Ursula Buchan helps out at her local library • Sam Leith is unsettled by Ray Bradbury • Amanda Theunissen visits Trebizond with Aunt Dot • Edmund Gordon parties with Henry Green • Andy Merrills gets the low-down on Lyndon Johnson • Hazel Wood visits the Pimpernel Press • Charlotte Moore hears the voice of Old Russia • Adam Sisman goes back to MiddlemarchSue Gaisford discovers the truth about Chaucer’s Knight • Laura Freeman accepts an invitation to the waltz • Brandon Robshaw reads Robert Louis Stevenson’s last unfinished work and much more besides . . .

This page is a work in progress. Please see the index for a full list of subjects.