Exact Editions launches two new film titles!

Exact Editions is pleased to announce the launch of two new film titles: Film Storiesan independent monthly magazine, and Cineaste, published quarterly.

Film Stories was founded in November 2018 by the creator of Den of Geek, Simon Brew. The magazine release follows his successful podcast of the same name.

The title covers mainstream cinema whilst focussing on cinematic releases that go under-the-radar of the UK film press. As well as regular features on filmmaking, screenwriting and mental health, Film Stories offers opportunities for up-and-coming film writers.


Established film magazine Cineaste has launched on the Exact Editions platform with its modern archive of issues dating back to 2014. 

First published in 1967, Cineaste is a world-renowned film title offering a unique editorial focus on the art and politics of the cinema. Each issue contains feature articles and interviews as well as film, book, and DVD reviews written by leading critics, journalists and academics.

Covering both contemporary and classic American and foreign cinema, the quarterly magazine has been described as “an essential resource at the intersection of politics and the cinema” and “a magazine with serious journalistic writing and true integrity.”


If you would like to subscribe to either Film Stories, or Cineaste, please head to the Exact Editions shop.

If you are interested in an institutional subscription, please email institutions@exacteditions.com.


New Humanist Archive: An Invaluable Resource for Libraries

Institutions can now subscribe to the complete digital archive of New Humanist. The archive is a vast digital resource for institutional libraries, with a wealth of material dating back to 1884.

Subscribers will have complete access not only to New Humanist, but previous incarnations of the title, such as The Literary Guide, Watt’s Literary Guide, and The Rationalist and Agnostic Annuals. Past and present contributors to the magazine include Tony Benn, Noam Chomsky, Robert Graves, Karl Popper, and HG Wells, to name but a few.

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The archive features a wealth of historically fascinating pieces – Philip Larkin’s celebrated poem This Be The Verse first appeared in this very publication (August 1971), and the magazine has seen a myriad of literary giants grace its pages since- George Bernard Shaw, writing on religion (1945); Irish Murdoch with a controversial piece about homosexuality (1965); Phillip Pullman, on the responsibilities of the writer (2014).

And the archive is not just for the literati, but for scholars in a range of different fields: religion, philosophy, humanism, politics. Richard Dawkins contributes to the publication in 1992, with an atheistic case against God, and Amartya Sen writes about the history and enterprise of knowledge in 2001. The views expressed, then, are diverse, and part of the wider discussions and movements that were developing in the 19th and 20th centuries – those of atheism, humanism and rationalism. Scholars will find the sheer range and breadth of the material compelling.

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Institutions from across the globe can now purchase a subscription to New Humanist, and it’s 133-year-old archive. Digital features include advanced search and browsing tools, bookmarking functionality, and sharing and citing facilities, making it an invaluable and exciting tool for students.

If you would like to purchase a subscription for your institution, please click here, or email institutions@exacteditions.com to speak with a member of our team.


Subscribe to the Digital Edition of Stand Magazine!

Stand Magazine, a quarterly publication which features the best in new writing, is now available to buy in the Exact Editions shop.


First published in London, Stand moved to Leeds in 1957 after Editor Jon Silkin had been Gregory Fellow in Poetry there. Since then, Stand has played a major role in bringing the work of Russian and East European writers in translation to an English-speaking audience. Recently, Stand has promoted contemporary Chinese poets, and will soon publish poetry and prose fiction from Indonesia and Singapore.

Stand has always promoted work by new and established poets, short-story writers and critics, and continues to do so. The magazine has published work by writers who have gone on to become established figures – Ken Smith, Tony Harrison, Michael Hamburger, Geoffrey Hill, and Douglas Dunn. Twice winner of the Booker Prize, Peter Carey, first appeared in the UK in Stand. Some of Terry Eagleton’s most acute reviews appeared in many issues of Stand.

To purchase a digital subscription of Stand Magazine click here.

If you would like to purchase a subscription for your institution, please head to the institutional shop page.

TLS Launches Modern Digital Archive


The Times Literary Supplement has launched its digital modern archive, dating back to 2012, and comprising over 300 issues.

Originally published as a supplement to The Times, in 1902, The Times Literary Supplement (or TLS) became a publication in its own right in 1914, and since then has evolved to become the world’s leading literary journal, featuring reviews and features from a whole host of distinguished writers, poets and scholars. Not only does the publication offer comprehensive coverage of important new releases, it also serves as a unique recording of literary culture across the generations.


The Times Literary Supplement is published weekly, which means that subscribers to the digital edition not only have access to a wealth of archival content, but will continue to receive issues once a week, which they can read on their phone, tablet or desktop device. The Exact Editions platform features an impressive and advanced search tool, so users can dig out and peruse articles by their favourite writers and contributors. Other features, such as sharing and citation tools, are useful for academic students, who want to reference the TLS in their essays.

The Times Literary Supplement is filled with content by authors and scholars alike, featuring names such as Italo Calvino, Gore Vidal and Seamus Heaney. The publication also provides an immense selection of detailed book reviews, to guide readers through a sometimes murky literary landscape. It is a publication that will continue to attract readers, of all generations, and to appeal to literary minds.

To buy a digital subscription to The Times Literary Supplement, which includes access to the modern archive, please visit our shop page.

If you are an institution, and would like to trial a subscription, please click here.



Jewish Quarterly Re-Launches with Complete Digital Archive

Jewish Quarterly has re-launched its digital edition, along with the complete archive, dating all the way back to 1953.

The digital archive includes more than 200 issues, accessible across web, iOS and Android platforms.

For 65 years, Jewish Quarterly has been renowned for its fine writing, quick wit and rigorous thinking. It is a journal of essays, reviews and opinion pieces, which provides a vibrant Jewish perspective on contemporary ideas and culture, as well as perpetuating the best of the Jewish intellectual tradition.

Jewish Quarterly continues to be the proudly independent voice of British Jewry. Users can now access over 60 years of articles, which embrace the richness of Jewish life, culture, and controversy.

Subscribe to the digital edition of Jewish Quarterly, which includes free access to the digital archive, today!