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Archive Perspectives: World Cancer Day

Did you know approximately 39.5% of people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetimes (National Cancer Institute)? 

World Cancer Day is held every 4 February and is a global uniting initiative led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), the largest and oldest international cancer organisation dedicated to reducing the global cancer burden, promoting greater equity, and integrating cancer control into the world health and development agenda.

By raising worldwide awareness, improving education … Keep Reading

Reading Rooms Pro Guide: Virtual Book Collections

Welcome to the first post in the #ReadingRoomsProGuide blog series. 

In this series, we’ll walk you through the extra features included in Reading Rooms Pro — the paid service of the book marketing platform Reading Rooms for Books

Today we’re kicking things off by showcasing how publishers can curate fully-searchable virtual book collections to benefit the promotion and publicity of their titles.

What are Virtual Book Collections?

Virtual book collections are a way to display multiple books side by … Keep Reading

Meet The Contributor: Eleanor Sutherland, Aesthetica

Eleanor Sutherland is an arts writer, editor and computer-scientist-in-progress (at the University of York). She is the creative producer of Aesthetica Magazinea cat mum to Fergus and loves simple sentences and clear signage.

Aesthetica is a visually stunning mix of photography, debate and stimulating features. Published bi-monthly, Aestheticaengages with the arts both in the UK and internationally, combining dynamic content with compelling critical debate and exploring the best in visual art, film, music and performance.

— … Keep Reading

Meet The Contributor: Joan Silber, Jewish Renaissance

Joan Silber is an American novelist and short story writer who now teaches in the Warren Wilson MFA Program. Her short fiction has been chosen for the O. Henry Prize, Best American Short Stories, and the Pushcart Prize, with her stories also appearing in Tin HouseThe Southern ReviewPloughsharesThe New YorkerThe Paris Review, and other magazines. Joan lives on the Lower East Side of Manhattan with her dog, Lucille, and travels as … Keep Reading

The complete Red Pepper archive is now available to individual subscribers and institutions

The Red Pepper archive is now complete, with the magazine’s debut issues detailing the political turbulence of the 1990s, and the societal events of the 2000s. These are only a click away to individual subscribers and institutions on the Exact Editions digital platform. There are 138 additional issues, and 4 authentic supplements to peruse and explore on iOS and Android technology. 

A selection of Red Pepper titles available now

Red Pepper is a magazine that allows a free space for … Keep Reading

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