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Collections of virtual books

Opening view of Reading Room Collection: Edinburgh Radical Book Fair (Carcanet)

Exact Editions offers publishers a free self-service solution for making virtual Reading Rooms of individual books: ISBN Reading Rooms. These virtual books are time-limited, and have a specific amount of free content (double page spreads that are open) set by the publisher when they upload the PDF of the title.

Exact Editions also offers publishers a paid for service Reading Rooms Pro. This commercial offering provides more … Keep Reading

Meet The Contributor: Mary F. Corey, Cineaste

Mary F. Corey is a senior lecturer in American history at UCLA specialising in intellectual history, popular culture, and Black nationalism. Amongst many awards, she is a recipient of the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award. During her career she has served as an editor of Harper’s Bazaar and New American Review magazines. She is the author of The World Through a Monocle: The New Yorker at Midcentury 15currently titled They Stooped to Conquer

Founded in 1967, Cineaste is today widely … Keep Reading

Books, paper and CO2

The World’s elite arriving for COP27 — mainly on private jets

There can be no doubt that the publishing industry needs to change its product and marketing practice, rapidly, to help meet Climate Change goals. The book publishing industry is in by no means as bad a predicament as cement manufacture, road building or steel making. But as book publishers and buyers we have our problems and we need to understand the scale and the scope for rapid improvements.

The use … Keep Reading

Carcanet at a Book Fair

Carcanet’s Collection of Books for Edinburgh’s Radical Book Fair

Carcanet the Manchester-based poetry and literature publisher have used their Reading Rooms account at Exact Editions to set up a short term free virtual collection of nine books for Edinburgh’s Radical Book Fair. The books are still fully readable and browsable for a few more days from this link http://bit.ly/CarcanetERBF and I encourage you to take a look.

Carcanet’s books are always well designed and as you can see they have striking … Keep Reading

Meet The Contributor: Matthew Hays, Cineaste

We’re delighted to be speaking to Montreal-based journalist Matthew Hays in this instalment of #MeetTheContributor, whose work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, The New York Times, The Guardian, Vice, The Daily Beast, Cineaste and Cinema Journal.

Founded in 1967, Cineaste is today widely regarded as one of the most important film quarterlies published anywhere in the world. The journal’s unique editorial focus is reflected in the in-depth nature of its feature articles … Keep Reading

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