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COP26 Virtual Book Showcase Author Profile: Stefan Bonner

Stefan Bonner worked both as a journalist and editor before he went freelance as a book author. Together with Anne Weiss, he co-authored several best-selling books, including Generation DoofGeneration Weltuntergang, and Wir Kassettenkinder. Using both a critical and entertaining style of writing, these books appeal to a wider audience than scientific journals.

Generation Weltuntergang asks, why are we already in the middle of climate change, how much does it effect us and what do we have … Keep Reading

How Digital Editions Break Down International Barriers: #WDPD2021

It’s World Digital Preservation Day 2021 🎊

As ever, Exact Editions is supporting this brilliant initiative that shines a spotlight on the importance of digital preservation in an increasingly virtual and connected world.

This theme of this year’s event, ‘Breaking Down Barriers’, is an opportunity to demonstrate how digital preservation supports digital connections, unlocks potential and creates lasting value.

Geographically, the evolution of digital publishing technology has allowed publications and content from all four corners of the world to reach … Keep Reading

COP26 Virtual Book Showcase Author Profile: Anne Weiss

Anne Weiss is a Berlin-based freelance author, translator and journalist, writing both non-fiction and fiction books as well as for various magazines. Together with Sefan Bonner, she has co-written several best-selling books, including Generation DoofGeneration Weltuntergang, and Wir Kassettenkinder. As a ghostwriter, she has recently written HANDELN STATT HOFFEN together with Carola Rackete. These books reflect her active involvement in environmental initiatives, support of animal right’s movements and role giving nationwide lectures on climate protection and sustainability.… Keep Reading

Remus magazine is now available on the Exact Editions digital platform

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that the modern archive of children’s magazine Remus is now available to institutional subscribers on the digital platform, with the full archive coming soon. Published by the British Museum three times a year, the growing archive currently spans over 30 issues over 14 years providing a wealth of historical contents for readers with a keen interest in history to explore. 

Founded in 1753, the British Museum is one of the oldest and greatest publicly … Keep Reading

Archive Perspectives: Halloween

“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble.” (Macbeth: William Shakespeare) 🔥 🧙‍♀️

Feeling spooky yet? Halloween is upon us, and with it the pumpkins, trick n’ treating and frightfully ghoulish outfits 🎃

To celebrate the creepiest day of the year, we’ve picked out four terrifying articles from the digital archives of some of our publishing partners. Read at your peril!

Sainsbury’s Magazine ‘Hubble Bubble’  –  October 2016 

Creepy crackers and ‘freakamole’, anyone? 👻

The October 2016 issue … Keep Reading

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