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Mon, 24 Jan 2022

Notting Hill Editions Launches Digital Book Collection For Subscription

London, 24th January 2022

Notting Hill Editions Launches Digital Book Collection For Subscription

Independent British publisher Notting Hill Editions has launched a new digital collection of elegant and collectable non-fiction books that are available for individual and institutional subscriptions through the Exact Editions platform. The collection curates a library of fine writing and original thinkers, perfect for the curious and erudite reader.

Founded in 2011, Notting Hill Editions publishes books which aim to revive the art of the essay. The collection features books authored by the most innovative thinkers of past and present, including Margaret Atwood, John Berger, Thomas Bernhard, Gyles Brandreth, Lavinia Greenlaw, Susan Greenfield, Keith Kahn-Harris, Deborah Levy, Jonathan Littell, Adam Mars-Jones, Ian Nairn, Emily Rapp Black, and Tracey Ullman, to name only a few.

The advanced search function provided by the Exact Editions platform, allows users to locate specific authors, essays, or keywords either within an individual book or across the whole collection. Whilst the innovative ‘Reading Rooms’ technology allows the publisher to distribute time-limited access links to either the complete book or share a partial preview of the first few and last few pages.

The Notting Hill Editions Collection is available in the Exact Editions shops here:

Individual Subscriptions

Institutional Subscriptions

Publisher of Notting Hill Editions, Rosalind Porter, commented: “The ability to search for specific references and thinkers makes this an invaluable tool for academics and students alike. We’re excited to spread the ideas found within the covers of this collection to institutions worldwide.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “We’re thrilled to have a curated digital collection packed full of books authored by leaders in their field. Notting Hill Editions joins the growing roster of book publishers selling collections on the platform.”

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