London: Slightly Foxed Ltd, 2019. No. 62. Paperback. NEW. 15 x 21 cm. 94 pp. Item #10462
Open up a world of new reading with Slightly Foxed, the quarterly magazine for book lovers. 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 . .