It’s Libraries Week — hooray! Exact Editions is joining together with the library community to celebrate the nation’s much-loved libraries and their vital role in the UK’s reading culture.

“Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future” — Ray Bradbury

Our team likes to think we know a thing or two about what librarians are looking for in a digital resource. That’s why our digital subscriptions feature:

* Fully-searchable access to the growing archive of back issues.
* Unlimited IP-authenticated access and remote access options available.
* Cross-platform compatibility with all Web, iOS and Android devices.
* Usage reports, MARC records, KBART data and excellent customer support.

To allow you to try out the platform and discover why digital archives are such a valuable tool for libraries, we’re offering free access to the complete back catalogues of several titles, available for this week only. 

New Humanist

A quarterly magazine of culture and science, published since 1885. New Humanist is for anyone who wants to understand the ideas, conflicts and systems shaping our world — climate, capitalism, technology, fundamentalism, struggles for equality and more. The beautiful magazine is produced once every three months full of serious, intelligent essays and reportage.

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Art Monthly

Since 1976 Art Monthly has consistently offered informed and highly readable coverage of the British and international art scene. Noted for the independence and quality of its features, interviews, artist profiles, reviews, news and editorials, Art Monthly remains a major forum for debate on the key issues surrounding modern and contemporary art.

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Established in 1935, Geographical is the official magazine of the Royal Geographical Society and one of the leading magazines in its field, with stunning photography, great writing and first class design.

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The Tablet

Unique in its international coverage of religion, current affairs, politics, social issues and the arts, The Tablet is a weekly Catholic journal which has been reporting on events of significance for over 170 years.

Every week The Tablet provides in-depth and balanced coverage on a wide range of subjects and its contribution to topical issues is strengthened by its contributors: each issue contains the work of writers drawn from all over the world.

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To subscribe to any of the above titles, or see the full range of publications available, please visit the Institutional Shop or contact the team at