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.


The Pack

Who are we?

Our reviewers include writers (published and unpublished), journalists, librarians, actors – as well as wildlife painters, craft-workers, opera-buffs and dog-lovers. What unites us all is a love of and interest in books.

What kind of books we are interested in?

With a range of reviewers of such diverse interests, there is very little that Vulpes Libris is not interested in. We cover everything: from picture books to literary fiction; from chicklit and thrillers to works of philosophy and political writings – you name it, we write about it.

Book Foxes
To view our current and past Book Foxes – go to the drop down menu on the left hand side.

Vulpes Libris is also fortunate enough to welcome a diverse selection of guest writers, including historians, actors and engineers among others, many of whom make return visits. You may find some of our regular Guests on the drop-down menu also.




6 comments on “Us

  1. Monica Janssens
    May 1, 2008


    I wondered whether you would be interested in reviewing my debut novel, Castle in the Clouds (see web site above).

    It is a novel based on the lives of five patients in rehab and has been favouably critiqued by psychologist/writer Oliver James. It is also being featured in a number of magazines.

    I would be happy to send you a copy when it comes out in June.

    With kind regards


  2. Mhairi
    May 1, 2008

    I’ll ask around the other Foxes, Monica.

  3. jemima
    May 13, 2008


    Just found your fantastic site. Was wondering how one becomes a writer for it and if I may link to your site from my own blog?

    Thank you,

  4. Moira
    May 13, 2008

    Hello Jemima,

    Glad you like Vulpes and of course you may link to us.

    As far as becoming a writer for us is concerned, it’s by invitation.

    We’re always on the look-out for people with a wide and lively interest in all things bookish and the ability to write well about it. As you’ve no doubt noticed, we have a very catholic spread of interests between us.

    We have guest writers as well, of course.

    I’ve bookmarked your blog … 🙂


  5. Ken Elkes
    May 15, 2008

    Great blogsite and always something of interest here so I would like, if I may, to add you to my modest collection of links on my website.

    One thing intrigues me though – a definite lack of men about the place, particularly in the list of contributors and the links.

    Is this a deliberate policy or just the way things have developed?

    All the best


  6. Moira
    May 15, 2008

    Thank you, Ken – and of course we’d be delighted to be added to your modest collection. 🙂

    As far as the lack of the male of the species is concerned … it’s just the way it’s developed, honestly – not deliberate policy on our part at all!

    I suppose basically it’s because it started with one woman – Leena – asking her friends to join her on the site – and all those friends were, not entirely surprisingly, women.

    I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see things changing in the future. 8)

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