Jasmine Donahaye is a Professor of English Literature at Swansea University. Previously, she worked in the publishing sector and as Publishing Grants Officer at the Welsh Books Council. This background in publishing informs her teaching of creative writing. Her memoir, Losing Israel (2015), won the non-fiction category of Wales Book of the Year, and her story Theft was shortlisted for the Royal Society of Literature V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize.
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How do you decide whether a company’s services will suit you? Well, we’re going to let Exact Editions’ publishing partners contribute their thoughts about our services to help you make your mind up…
We create fully-searchable digital editions
The Exact Editions system processes PDF files supplied by the publisher and stores images and text in a database, ensuring the digital editions “maintain the layout and integrity” (Marcia Lynx Qualey, Editor-In-Chief, ArabLit Quarterly) of the print edition.
The digital editions boast … Keep Reading
All publishers who work with Exact Editions will have access to their Publisher Account, a personalised digital space designed to provide users with all the tools required to further market and promote their title, including the provision of sales statistics, marketing packs and more. This blog piece gives an overview of all the publishing tools available.
Publishers can login at: https://publisher.exacteditions.com
View back issues and upload new issues
Once logged in, publishers can select their title where they are … Keep Reading
I write this post as Exact Editions have added a score of new titles to the platform in the last six months. This acceleration on content acquisition got me thinking about the battle for ‘real estate’ in the digital publishing world. With several established online magazine platforms on the market, it has now become a competition to convince publishers to come aboard. There is a kind of Noah’s Ark situation going on, with magazines scrambling to find a vessel as … Keep Reading