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Reader’s Digest UK joins Exact Editions

Exact Editions is pleased to announce Reader’s Digest UK will now be available on the its digital platform to individual and institutional readers. Subscribers can access a fully-searchable, modern archive of Reader’s Digest UK stretching back to 2012 including more than 100 back issues, each featuring a compendium of advice, true-life tales and human interest stories that traverse cultures, are seamlessly available across web, iOS and Android devices.

Reader’s Digest was launched in 1922 by young American soldier and copywriter … Keep Reading

More back issues available for subscribers to The Progressive

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that subscribers to The Progressive will now have access to over 60 back issues spanning 8 years as well as all future issues published bi-monthly.

Since 1909, The Progressive has aimed to amplify voices of dissent and those under-represented in the mainstream, with a goal of championing grassroots progressive politics. The bi-monthly magazine’s bedrock values are nonviolence and freedom of speech.

Based in Madison, Wisconsin, the title publishes on national politics, culture, and events … Keep Reading

The complete digital archive of The Journal of Australian Ceramics is now available 

Exact Editions is delighted to announce that the full digital archive of The Journal of Australian Ceramics is now available for individual and institutional Subscriptions. In collaboration with The Australian Ceramics Association, the digital archive has now been completed, dating back to 1962 and including over 170 fully searchable back issues, with new issues published three times a year.

Previously known as Pottery in Australia (PIA) the title has had the privilege of Australia’s leading ceramicists gracing the covers and … Keep Reading

Dancing Times archive extended back to the 1960s

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that subscribers to the Dancing Times can now access back issues going back to January 1963, and be able to browse over 700 back issues with over 50 years of content now available. 

Dancing Times, first published in 1894 as the house magazine of the Cavendish Rooms, London, a ballroom dancing establishment, is the oldest monthly devoted to dancing. It was bought in 1910 by P J S Richardson and T M Middleton … Keep Reading

The full digital archive of Embroidery Magazine is now available

Exact Editions has joined up with The Embroiders’ Guild, the UK’s leading education charity promoting embroidery, to digitise the complete archive of its membership publication, Embroidery Magazine which includes the whole archive of Embroideress Magazine. Dating back to 1922, the new archive is available for individual and institutional subscriptions and is seamlessly available across web, iOS and Android devices.

Embroidery Magazine is exclusively devoted to all aspects of embroidery and stitched textiles in art, design, craft and textile culture. The … Keep Reading

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