THE THOUGHT FOX | Books and Culture from Faber & Faber

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Through the Woods+

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I have been asked multiple times which (if any) of the stories in my book Through the Woods is my...

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Victory for Scotland+

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The outlines of some books are enough to get you excited. That’s how I felt a decade ago when I...

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Six Reasons Why I Can’t Wait for Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who+

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He’s back, but this time in the body of Peter Capaldi who embarks on his first full adventure as the...

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K. T. Medina on White Crocodile+

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For her editor Katherine, K. T. Medina’s White Crocodile was one of THOSE manuscripts that all editors dream of landing...

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The Diabolical Libertarian*+

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You probably haven’t heard of Paul Hamilton, as he’s yet to receive the acclaim his talent so clearly deserves. But...

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Magic Casements+

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In the Summer issue of Slightly Foxed, Penelope Lively meets the child that books built … Francis Spufford’s The Child...

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Fiction is Freedom+

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Are there good days in prison? I’ve wondered about this while passing HMP Pentonville on my way in to town....

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Neil LaBute in Six Easy Steps+

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As a writer, I barely feel started with my life’s work and yet surely this must be at least the...

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‘Yes. I remember Adlestrop’+

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Matthew Hollis, author of the 2011 Costa Book Award-winning Now All Roads Lead to France, celebrates the centenary of the...

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