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#WDPD2022: Exact Editions’ Year In Preservation

#WDPD2022: Exact Editions’ Year In Preservation

Exact Editions is thrilled to be celebrating World Digital Preservation Day once again this year alongside the community of data creator, curators and consumers. 

The theme of this year’s event, organised by the Digital Preservation Coalition, is ‘Data For All, For Good, Forever’. With that in mind, we are focussing on some of Exact Editions’ significant events over the past year that have enabled publishers and libraries to improve access to their … Keep Reading

Poetry London: Archive Completed 

The Poetry London archive is now complete with the addition of its very earliest issues that were produced in its previous incarnation as the Poetry London Newsletter. 

This project was a collaboration between Poetry London, the National Poetry Library, and Goldsmiths, University of London. Individual and institutional subscribers can now browse, read and search digital issues stretching back to 1988 across web, iOS and Android devices at the touch of a button.

Poetry London’s Archive: Stacks of
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Meet The Contributor: Khairani Barokka, Modern Poetry in Translation

In today’s #MeetTheContributor series, we’re interviewing writer, poet and artist Khairani Barokka.

She is a practice-based researcher, whose work centres disability justice as anti-colonial praxis. Among her honours, she was the first non-British Associate Artist at the UK’s National Centre for Writing, and an NYU Tisch Departmental Fellow, and is currently UK Associate Artist at Delfina Foundation and Research Fellow at University of the Arts London. She was also Modern Poetry in Translation (MPT)’s Inaugural Poet-in-Residence and … Keep Reading

Meet The Contributor: Brian Finch, SWARA Magazine

We’re lucky enough to have another SWARA Magazine contributor on the blog this week; Brian Finch. He has written about Africa’s birdlife regularly for the magazine, and is also the author of the sounds component of the recent Birds of East Africa Application available on the iTunes Library.

Brian Finch

SWARA Magazine has championed environmental and wildlife conservation for over 60 years. The publication has helped shape legislation and policy designed to protect natural resources, galvanised discussion on how best … Keep Reading

Meet The Contributor: Rupi Mangat, SWARA Magazine

We’re lucky enough to be interviewing travel and environmental writer Rupi Mangat today in our #MeetTheContributor series. She has written for Kenya’s leading newspaper, Nation, as well as freelance work for the East African on conservation, the arts and culture.

She is also a regular contributor to SWARA Magazine, the journal of the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS).

Rupi Mangat in Masai Mara in Kenya. Image by Jill Cohen.

SWARA Magazine has championed environmental and wildlife conservation … Keep Reading

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