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Publisher 1-On-1: Jazzwise

It’s a double whammy for our Publisher 1-On-1 interview today!

We spoke to Jazzwise’s Editor-In-Chief Jon Newey alongside Editor Mike Flynn about what they love most about working at the magazine, their jazz festival dreams and how they’ve found remote working during the pandemic.

Editor Mike Flynn (left) and Editor-In-Chief Jon Newey (right)

Over the last ten years, Jazzwise has become the biggest-selling jazz magazine in Britain. In fact, it now outsells all the other UK jazz magazines put together. … Keep Reading

The full digital archive of The Baffler is now available

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that subscribers to The Baffler will now have access to the full digital archive on the Exact Editions digital platform. The Baffler’s archive now spans over 30 years and includes over 50 issues that allows for readers to explore more of the magazine’s critiques and analysis of US politics and popular culture at the time of each issue’s publication.

The Baffler is America’s leading voice of interesting and unexpected left-wing political criticism, cultural … Keep Reading

Publisher 1-On-1: Cineaste

Welcome back to the relaunch of Exact Editions Publisher 1-On-1 series, in which we interview our publishing partners about everything from the pandemic’s impact on their publications to dream holidays and lockdown hobbies.

We’re pleased to announce that we’re kicking off the brand new series by speaking to Gary Crowdus, founder and Editor-In-Chief of Cineaste

Covers from the Cineaste digital archive

Founded in 1967, Cineaste is today widely regarded as one of the most important film quarterlies published anywhere in … Keep Reading

Subscriptions to The Jewish Quarterly now available on the Exact Editions platform

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that individuals and institutions can once again purchase a subscription to The Jewish Quarterly. Subscribers will gain access to the full digital archive going back to its very first issue published in 1953 with over 200 back issues included. 

The Jewish Quarterly has cultivated literary journalism of the highest standard for almost 70 years. It is an independent publication that explores Jewish issues, and issues of humanity from a Jewish perspective. 

Published four … Keep Reading

Archive Perspectives: The Queen’s Official Birthday

This Saturday, on the 12th June, the United Kingdom and members of The Commonwealth will come together to celebrate the Queen’s Official Birthday.

At 95 years old, she is the United Kingdom’s longest reigning monarch. She became Queen on the 6th February 1952 and has reigned for over 69 years (longer than Queen Victoria!)

To mark this special day, this blog offers readers free access to four articles from digital archives hosted on the Exact Editions platform that reflect on … Keep Reading

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