Vulpes Libris

A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.

Special Features

Thursday Soapbox: Opinion pieces by ourselves and guest writers on all manner of subjects to do with books

Theme Weeks:  weeks or parts of weeks dedicated to a specific topic – always very popular!

Interviews with Famous Readers

Specials, different media and One-offs

Regular Slots

3 comments on “Special Features

  1. margaret mckillop
    October 27, 2008

    Thank you for the infomation on Edward Petherbridge. Do You have any in a similar vien on Ellis Peters who wrote about Brother cadfael?

  2. Moira
    October 27, 2008

    I’m afraid not, Margaret. Ellis Peters, aka Edith Pargeter, died about 10 years ago. I would absolutely have LOVED to have interviewed her, though because I found her books compulsively readable.

    We could do a feature on her life and work though … it’s certainly a thought.

  3. reena
    October 26, 2013

    Hi would be interested in any of the village with 3 corners the pirates and tim and he hidden people.

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