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The full digital archive of Magma Poetry is now available to subscribers

Exact Editions is delighted to announce individual and institutional subscribers to Magma Poetry can now access the full archive of back issues going back to its very first issue published in March 1994. The full digital archive spans over 25 years and includes 80 issues to browse. 

Published three times a year in the spring, summer and winter, Magma Poetry is a unique kind of poetry magazine. One of the magazine’s big points of difference is that they do not … Keep Reading

Archive Perspectives: World Photography Day 📸


World Photography Day is an annual, worldwide celebration of the art, craft, science and history of photography.

A photograph has the ability to capture a place; an experience; an idea; a moment in time. Since the 19th century, a picture has indeed been worth a thousand words.

The Exact Editions platform boasts an impressive collection of art and design magazines. We have handpicked four digital magazine issues from the archives of our publishing partners, which unpack photography’s status in the … Keep Reading

Publisher 1-On-1: Rusted Radishes

We’re back at it again; interviewing our publisher partners for a deep dive into their careers, ambitions for their publications, and more.

This week, it’s the turn of Rima Rantisi, editor of Rusted Radishes: Beirut Literary and Art Journal.

Housed in the American University of Beirut, Rusted Radishes has established itself as a space for emerging and established writers and artists with a connection to Lebanon and the Arab world. Beirut’s revolving door of influences and cultures, its history, … Keep Reading

Publisher 1-On-1: Banipal

We’re delighted to welcome a publishing titan for this week’s instalment of Publisher 1-On-1; welcome to the stage, Margaret Obank, publisher of Banipal!

Margaret is renowned for her contributions to the dissemination of contemporary Arabic literature in English translation. In 1997, she co-founded Banipal magazine of modern Arab literature in translation with her husband, the Iraqi author and journalist Samuel Shimon. 

Some of her other roles include a founding trustee of the International Prize for Arab Fiction (2007) and … Keep Reading

The full digital archive of Petits Propos Culinaires is now available

Exact Editions is pleased to announce Petit Propos Culinaires (PPC) is now available to individual and institutional subscribers on its digital platform. Readers will have access to the full archive spanning over 100 back issues going back to the very first issue published in 1979. 

Users will have access to all back and forthcoming issues

Published three times a year by Prospect Books, PPC is an international journal on food, food history, cookery and cookery books. Edited and produced in … Keep Reading

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