Digital access to a fully-searchable modern archive of The Poetry Book Society Bulletin (PBS Bulletin) is now available to the society’s members, as well as poets, literature lovers and libraries worldwide. The archive, created in partnership with digital publishing services platform Exact Editions, offers nearly 25 issues’ worth of content dating back to 2017 and is accessible seamlessly across web, iOS and Android devices.
Manager Alice Mullen commented: “The Bulletin looks striking in its new digital format, and we’re excited to access the international and academic poetry audiences to which Exact Editions sells subscriptions.”
Founded by T.S. Eliot in 1953 to share the joy of poetry, the PBS Bulletin is the place to discover the very best new poetry from across the globe. Packed full of poems from established and emerging poets, each quarterly edition features a diverse range of issue-driven and innovative, world-class poetry alongside unique insights into poets’ practice, extensive reviews and comprehensive listings of all the latest poetry releases.
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “The PBS Bulletin is a prestigious and splendid addition to the robust collection of poetry titles already available on the Exact Editions platform; its long history and quality content will make it a popular resource with individuals and institutions alike.”
The Exact Editions digital platform allows individuals and institutional subscribers an intuitive, user-friendly and cohesive experience. The PBS Bulletin can be explored with these helpful features:
- An advanced search function enabling search of any keywords.
- A neat stacking interface allowing for ease of browsing years and decades.
- A clean, high-quality interface faithful to the print edition.
- New issue notifications alerting readers to the availability of the next issue.
For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of PBS Bulletin, please click here.
Individuals can purchase an annual or quarterly subscription of PBS Bulletin by clicking here.