Slightly Foxed Quarterly, Winter 2019. Hazel Wood Gail Pirkis.

Slightly Foxed Quarterly, Winter 2019

London: Slightly Foxed Ltd, 2019. Seren Bell (cover illustration). No. 64. Softcover. New. B/W illustrations. Bibliography. 15 x 21 cm. 95 pp. Item #11428

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.

In this issue

Laurie Graham prepares for a Cradock-style Christmas • Charles Elliott picks up some 18th-century gossip • Daisy Hay accepts Joyce Grenfell’s invitation • D. J. Taylor finds romance in Ayrshire • Amanda Theunissen discovers there’s No Bed for Bacon • Patrick Welland rejoins the British Council • Maggie Fergusson discusses love and friendship with Rose Tremain • Oliver Pritchett tries not to repeat himself • Henry Jeffreys shares a cockpit with Roald Dahl • A. F. Harrold enters Joan Aiken’s parallel world, and much more besides . . .
Accepting an Invitation • DAISY HAY

Joyce Grenfell, Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure
A Master of Invention • HENRY JEFFREYS

Roald Dahl, Going Solo
Thames Valley Blues • CHRIS SAUNDERS

Patrick Hamilton, The Slaves of Solitude
Playing it for Laughs • AMANDA THEUNISSEN

Caryl Brahms & S. J. Simon, Don’t, Mr Disraeli! & No Bed for Bacon
Ayrshire Romantic • D. J. TAYLOR

Gordon Williams, From Scenes Like These
The Fanny Factor • LAURIE GRAHAM

Fanny Cradock, Coping with Christmas
Anguish Revisited • POSY FALLOWFIELD

Elizabeth Bowen, The Death of the Heart
Love and Friendship • MAGGIE FERGUSSON

An interview with the novelist Rose Tremain
Have I Already Told You . . . ? • OLIVER PRITCHETT

James Sutherland (ed.), The Oxford Book of Literary Anecdotes
Airborne Division • MARTIN SORRELL

Joseph Kessel, The Crew
A Delight in Digression • DAVID SPILLER

Charles Lamb, Essays of Elia
Building Jerusalem • ALISON LIGHT

Ruth Adler, Beginning Again

T. H. White, The Age of Scandal & The Scandalmonger
All the World’s a Stage • HELEN RICHARDSON

Simon Callow, Being an Actor
Joan’s Books • A. F. HARROLD

The children’s books of Joan Aiken
Perilous Times • PATRICK WELLAND

Olivia Manning’s Levant trilogy
‘Slightly Foxed: or, the Widower of Bayswater’ • WILLIAM PLOMER.

Price: HK$150.00