Exact Editions is pleased to announce the launch of Opera Now with its complete digital archive that individuals and institutions can now subscribe to. Archived from its very first issue published in April 1989, there are over 250 back issues available, providing a vast wealth of material on the international opera scene.
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Foreign Affairs has launched with Exact Editions, and is available to institutions with five years worth of back issues going back to January 2014.
Since its founding in 1923, Foreign Affairs is the leading magazine for serious examination and exploration of major geopolitical issues in the world today. Each issue features insightful commentary and discussion on a variety of topics including international order, political ideologies and economics from renowned writers in their respective fields.
Foreign Affairs is published by the … Keep Reading
Exact Editions is delighted to announce the complete digital archive of The Tablet with over 8,750 back issues now available to view dating back to its very first issue published on 16 May 1840.
The second-second-oldest surviving weekly publication in Britain, The Tablet offers an in-depth coverage of a range of topics including religion, current affairs and social issues and its complete archive spanning 180 years provides historical coverage over the last two centuries.
Available on Web, iOS and Android … Keep Reading
Exact Editions have partnered with Future PLC to create a digital music collection, consisting of the following magazines: Computer Music, Guitar Techniques, Future Music, Total Guitar and Guitarist.
The Future Music Collection, which accompanies the broader Music Collection in the Exact Editions shop, is now available to institutional libraries. Its content varies from music technology, to guitar tuition and music production, providing in-depth analysis and practical advice.
Each title includes a modern archive of … Keep Reading
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 … Keep Reading