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Publisher 1-On-1: Fence

Hello and welcome back to another Publisher 1-On-1, where we pick the brains of our publishing partners about the industry disruption that the pandemic has caused over the last year (as well as some lighter-hearted subjects!)

In the hot seat this week is Rebecca Wolff, founding editor, publisher and editor-in-chief of Fence, journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism.

Founded in 1998, Fence is a biannual journal has a mission to redefine the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging … Keep Reading

Introducing: The Climate Crisis Digital Resource Page

We’re delighted to share the brand new and freely-accessible Climate Crisis Resource Page with you all this week 🌎

The page has been created in collaboration with over 50 magazine publishing partners and currently includes nearly 150 articles from digitally archived issues which are usually only available by paid subscription.

The resource will be updated with new content on a monthly basis and counts among its prestigious contributors The Biologist, Geographical, and BBC Wildlife Magazine.

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Publisher 1-On-1: Archaeology Ireland

Drumroll please 🥁 🥁 🥁

…It’s time for another instalment of our Publisher 1-On-1 series! Today we are lucky enough to be chatting to the lovely Una MacConville, director of Wordwell and publisher of Archaeology Ireland.

The Wordwell Group, established in 1986, is the publisher of History Ireland, Archaeology Ireland and Books Ireland magazines, alongside Wordwell Books and, as of 2019, Eastwood Books. Archaeology Ireland, published every quarter since 1987, provides a comprehensive range of articles, news … Keep Reading

In Tune Monthly is now available on the Exact Editions digital platform

Exact Editions is pleased to announce the digital edition of informative music title, In Tune Monthly is now available to institutions and individuals. Geared towards students, teachers, and those involved in music education, readers can purchase a subscription and will receive all future issues published 8 times a year as well back issues spanning seven years.

In Tune is written for middle, high school and college music students as well as those interested in the music world. The magazine’s aim … Keep Reading

Promotion and Copying

Exact Editions has been working with a group of publishers to provide a free open and temporary showcase to a selection of books relevant to the COP26 Climate Change conference taking place this Autumn in Glasgow. The showcase has not yet been completely assembled and is still to a considerable degree ‘under wraps’. Exact Editions, the contributing publishers and others will be making appropriate announcements and press releases in September. We occasionally encounter concerns about the suitability of using the … Keep Reading

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