Folio illustrator Paul Cox featured in Vanity Fair

Drawings accompany final work of the late Dominick Dunne

Paul Cox, whose superb work has so enriched our publications of Gerald Durrell's My Family and Other Animals, The Plums of P. G. Wodehouse and Best After Dinner Stories, is featured in the January 2010 issue of Vanity Fair. His illustrations can be seen in an exclusive excerpt from the late Dominick Dunne's last novel, Too Much Money, centred around the ruthless social machinations in New York high society following the passing of one of its leading lights. You can read the full extract here.

Paul kindly mentioned the work he has done for The Folio Society in his brief biography in the magazine; and for any P.G. Wodehouse fans, we can also reveal that Paul is currently working on a new Folio edition of Jeeves & Wooster stories, due out in Spring 2010. Keep an eye out for details.

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