About Fox Spirit

‘After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.’
Phillip Pullman

SKULK (skʌlk)

noun
noun: skulk; plural noun: skulks
1. a group of foxes.
“the skulk howls away into the night”

 

2. a group of writers and artists that refuse to be confined by genre boundaries.
“be part of the Fox Spirit skulk”

 

verb
1. keep out of sight, typically with a sinister or cowardly motive.
“don’t skulk outside the door like a spy!”
synonyms: lurk, loiter, hide, conceal oneself, lie in wait, keep out of sight.

 

Shortlisted for Best Small Press & Best Anth 2014

Shortlisted for Best Small Press & Best Anthology 2014

Fox Spirit believes that day to day life lacks a few things, primarily the fantastic, the magical, the mischievous and even a touch of the horrific. We aim to rectify that by bringing you stories and gorgeous cover art and illustrations from foxy folk who believe as we do that we could all use a little more wonder in our lives.

Here at the Fox Den we believe in storytelling first and foremost, so we mash genres, bend tropes and set fire to rule books merrily as we seek out tall tales that excite and delight us and send them out into the world to find new readers.

With a mixture of established and new writers producing novels, short stories, flash fiction and poetry via ebook and print we recommend letting a little Fox Spirit into your life.

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