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Institutions as a market for digital magazines


The earliest issues of the magazine Geographical

available at https://institutions.exacteditions.com/geographical

Consumer magazines are a primary form of social history. For much of the 19th century, and especially the 20th century, consumer magazines became the most widespread and the most vivid form of popular culture. From the high end elite magazines Scientific American, Vogue, Punch to the merely but gloriously popular mass market Ladies Home Journal, Hello or Readers Digest, these titles — and many more — Keep Reading

New poetry from Carcanet

Ten of Carcanet’s new poetry titles are available for free reading, enjoyment and evaluation for the month of October. As digital editions, here they are:

Several Deer – Adam Crothers:

Measures of Expatriation – Vahni Capildeo:

Serengeti Songs – Chris McCully:

Skies – Alison Brackenbury:

Understand the Weapon, Understand the Wound – John Cornford:

Through – David Herd:

To Fold the Evening Star – Ian McMillan:

Herne the Hunter – Peter McDonald:

The Homeric Hymns – McDonald:

Holy Toledo – Keep Reading

Exact Editions as a promotion platform

Exact Editions is an access platform, not a download platform, which enables users to access books through the web at any time. This means that the platform can be used to give time-limited but fully open access to complete books. When books are distributed as complete files for the end-user’s system, as is almost always the case with PDF files and eBook formats, there is no easy way of stopping their use at the end of a certain period. So Keep Reading

Crafts magazine: a complete archive

Today the complete archive for Crafts magazine is launched on the Exact Editions service as a compelling resource for universities, colleges, schools and organisations that can use this reference resource.


The complete archive includes all 254 issues, since the very first issue published in 1973. Grant Gibson the current editor  surveys some of the scintillating features in the latest issue assembled from international craftsmen (and women!)

We hope this all goes to show that even in our bite-size

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Opera Magazine Launches Digital Archive

Opera Magazine has launched its complete digital archive, going all the way back to the first issue of the magazine, in February 1950. Digital subscribers can now enjoy unlimited access to 66 years’ worth of articles, reviews and photographs: an unparalleled resource within the operatic world.


The archive is both historically fascinating and relevant to what’s happening now – those following Plácido Domingo’s latest performances, for instance, will be able to look back to his debut. All the content is … Keep Reading

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