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Wed, 14 Dec 2016

Carcanet Press launch digital subscription service for institutions.

LONDON 14th December 2016

Carcanet Press, the renowned poetry and literature publisher has today announced the launch of a brand new book collection available as a subscription for universities, libraries and other institutions around the world.

The Carcanet Collection gives subscribing institutions the chance to expand their library collection with over 70 notable titles from the Carcanet list, growing in the course of 2017 to approximately 100 titles. The collection includes significant works from the poets laureate of Jamaica and Wales, in Melvyn Morris and Gillian Clarke respectively, as well as a debut from Joey Connolly, and the much anticipated works from Sinead Morrissey and Caroline Bird, with more titles to be added to the collection.

The digital book collection uses digital publishing experts, Exact Editions’, cutting edge reader technology, staying faithful to the original format of the published works, while offering an enhanced reading experience, essential in the academic study of literary works. The subscription offer also features the advanced search technology supported by Exact Editions and unlimited IP authenticated access on a range of digital platforms. All in all the Carcanet Collection makes the perfect Christmas addition for any literature library.

Browse the Carcanet Collection in the Exact Editions shop:

Michael Schmidt, founder of Carcanet Press said on the collection launch:

“At Carcanet we are excited to launch this groundbreaking subscription package for institutions. It gives universities the opportunity substantially to expand their poetry and literature collections on a smart new digital format.”

Exact Editions' Managing Director, Daryl Rayner said:

“We are delighted to offer the Carcanet Collection to institutions, the subscription collection perfectly aligns with Exact Editions commitment to offer content that is ideally suited for academic libraries and institutional subscribers.”

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