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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 … Keep Reading

Exact Editions Launches Two New Titles

Exact Editions are pleased to announce the launch of two new titles in it’s shop: Fence Magazine and Foam Magazine.

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Fence Magazine is launching a state-of-the-art digital archive which dates back to the title’s very first issue. First conceived by Rebecca Wolff in 1998, each biannual issue of Fence pulls together an eclectic selection of poetry, fiction, art and criticism, seeking to shed light on literature that goes against the mainstream.

Foam Magazine is an international photography magazine published Keep Reading

Exact Editions Launches Three New Magazine Archives!

Exact Editions has had a busy month, launching three new digital magazine archives, which are all fully available to subscribers: The Biologist, Kew Magazine, and Jewish Renaissance. Here is a bit about our newest archives…

The Biologist is an award-winning magazine focusing on all things bioscience, and published six times a year by the Royal Society of Biology.

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It covers the extraordinary and diverse world of the biological sciences since 1953, featuring interviews with high-profile scientists, … Keep Reading

PN Review Launches Digital Archive!

PN Review launches through Exact Editions its unique digital archive – almost half a century of world poetry, interviews, reviews and features about modern poetry: ‘The most engaged, challenging and serious-minded of all the UK’s poetry magazines’ (Simon Armitage).

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The archive includes the major practitioners of the age from Ted Hughes, Thom Gunn and Seamus Heaney to John Ashbery, Les Murray and Eavan Boland, and many new arrivals. PN Review ‘discovered’ and first published Keep Reading

How do you digitise a magazine archive?

                                                                                A selection of Opera back issues.

This year brings us the first International Digital Preservation Day — a celebration of materials preserved by digital conservation. Exact Editions aims to mark the day by exhibiting notable pages from 12 of their most ambitious archive projects. Explore original writings by young American novelists in a 1979 issue of Granta, or view the world through a lens of pre-war wanderlust, in the first ever issue of Geographical (1935). These back issues … Keep Reading

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