LONDON, 3rd July 2018
The Times Literary Supplement launches digital archive with Exact Editions
The Times Literary Supplement is partnering with digital publishing experts Exact Editions to launch a digital archive of over 300 issues which stretch back to 2012. This new digital edition of the internationally-renowned publication is now available across web, iOS and Android platforms.
First appearing in 1902 as a supplement to The Times, the title became a publication in its own right in 1914. Over the past century it has evolved into the world’s leading international literary journal, featuring reviews and features from a whole host of distinguished writers, poets and scholars. Not only does the publication offer comprehensive coverage of important new releases, it also serves as a unique recording of literary culture across the generations.
The new digital archive of The Times Literary Supplement is available for institutions and individual readers from around the world to purchase with cross-platform digital access. The extensive archive of back issues, as well as all the latest content, benefits from the advanced search function across the web and mobile devices. Every article, page and issue from the renowned weekly can be searched, shared and cited.
The seamless browsing experience will impress literary enthusiasts and professionals alike, who will now be able to peruse articles, reviews and features written by the likes of Italo Calvino, Mario Vargas Llosa and Seamus Heaney.
The Times Literary Supplement is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:
Editor Stig Abell said about the launch:
“Our aim is to introduce the Times Literary Supplement to as many people as possible, and so we are very pleased to support this new archive. Hopefully, it will be used for both research and pleasure, as there is a whole world of great writing about books and ideas now at people's fingertips.”
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented:
“Avid readers of the publication will undoubtedly benefit from the state-of-the-art archive, which serves as an excellent research tool on both an individual and institutional level.”