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Mon, 07 Jun 2021

Rusted Radishes Offers Digital Subscriptions to Complete Archive

London, 7th June 2021

Rusted Radishes Offers Digital Subscriptions to Complete Archive

All those interested in literature and art from the MENA region and its diaspora can now subscribe to a brand new digital edition of Rusted Radishes: Beirut Literary and Art Journal / فَمْ: مجلة بيروت الأدبية والفنية through the Exact Editions platform. Subscriptions for individuals and institutions include access to the complete fully-searchable archive as well as all future annual issues.

Rusted Radishes: Beirut Literary and Art Journal / فَمْ: مجلة بيروت الأدبية والفنية, which is housed in the American University of Beirut, has established itself as a space for emerging and established writers and artists with a connection to Lebanon and the Arab world. Beirut’s revolving door of influences and cultures, its history, and its perch on the Mediterranean, is certainly at the heart of a unique convergence of voices. Each issue features diverse, rare and previously unpublished work.

Not only can digital subscribers access the collection of back issues seamlessly across web, iOS and Android devices, the Exact Editions platform also boasts a range of navigational tools; thumbnail views of issues, bookmarking functionalities and a comprehensive search function facilitate the use of the archive for research purposes as well as entertainment.

Subscriptions to Rusted Radishes: Beirut Literary and Art Journal / فَمْ: مجلة بيروت الأدبية والفنية are available in the Exact Editions shops:

Individuals

Institutions

Editor Rima Rantisi commented: “The Exact Editions online reader and app have added great value for our readers who are based all over the world and can now search our entire archive from home.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, remarked: “The interdisciplinary nature of Rusted Radishes, which effortlessly ties together literature, translation and art, will appeal to a wide array of both individuals and institutions worldwide.” ​


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