The Pretty Nostalgic Compendium is a beautifully designed and illustrated publication which focuses on lifestyle, taking inspiration from the past to inform a sustainable way of living. Articles cover interiors, cooking, crafts and curiosities, demonstrating extensive social and domestic history research.
Vintagexplorer is another high-quality magazine featuring stunning photography and with a focus on design which “stands the test of time”. It covers all the biggest vintage events throughout the country and is published every two months.
The resurgence in such titles shows a burgeoning interest in Vintage. Subscribers may also be interested in The Lady, Selvedge and The Green Parent. Head over to the Exact Editions webstore to explore more titles!
Reform Magazine is now available as an app and web edition through Exact Editions.
Reform explores theology, ethics, personal spirituality and Christian perspectives on social and current affairs. It features writing from journalists, academics, politicians, campaigners, scientists and religious leaders.
As well as high-profile interviews, in-depth features and book, music and film reviews, Reform carries letters and a regular light-hearted column.
The magazine is published 10 times a year by the United Reformed Church but has readers from all Christian denominations, as well as readers from other faiths and from no faith tradition.
Exact Editions are pleased to reveal a brand new app for Kew Magazine. As with all our apps, subscribers can access and search back issues of Kew, as well as bookmarking and sharing pages on social media.
The current issue of Kew Magazine gives an introduction to the TV series ‘Kew on a plate’ by interviewing chef Raymond Blanc who speaks about the new Kitchen Garden at Kew.
All print subscribers to the magazine can access not only the Exact Editions desktop edition for free, but also the app! Subscribe in the Exact Editions webstore or via iTunes.
KALEIDOSCOPE, the international, high-quality art and culture magazine, has launched its app and desktop edition with Exact Editions.
The title is published quarterly and has gained widespread recognition as a trusted and timely guide to contemporary art and culture. The magazine is giving away free access to the magazine to all attending Art Basel Hong Kong using our exclusive ByPlace technology.
If you can’t quite make it to HK today, you can subscribe through iTunes or the Exact Editions webstore. A subscription will include access to KALEIDOSCOPE’s new Asia edition!
Songlines, the essential guide to music from around the world, today launched a new digital edition. The prestigious music magazine, published 10 times a year has partnered with digital publishing experts Exact Editions, to develop a brand new digital edition.
The digital edition of Songlines now features Exact Editions’ advanced archive and search functionality, meaning subscribers can browse and share a range of back issues as well as each new issue. The extensive archive gives subscribers the option to find a favourite article, review or interview at the tap of a button.
As part of the transition to Exact Editions, all subscribers to the previous Songlines digital edition will gain access through Exact Editions. This seamless process has meant that there has been no interruption of service for subscribers who have paid for digital access.
A digital subscription to Songlines can be purchased from the Exact Editions web store here.
Daryl Rayner Managing Director of Exact Editions said about the launch:
“Exact Editions are delighted that Songlines is using the Exact Editions platform; the high quality content of the publication means that it is a perfect fit with Exact Editions archive and access model of selling subscriptions.”
Luca Da Re, head of Marketing and Digital Strategy at Mark Allen Group:
“We are really excited to have Songlines available through the Exact Editions platform and we are confident that our readers will be enthused by the enhanced reading experience, and the added benefit of the archive content.”