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PN Review Now Available Digitally
Tuesday, 27 Mar 2012
PN Review and Exact Editions are delighted to announce that PN Review is now available for subscription on iPad, iPhone and Android mobile devices. Exact Editions is a team of producers, developers and designers who turn magazines into dynamic and user-friendly digital editions.
Since its launch in 1973, PN Review has seen its fair share of cultural and economical shifts and has emerged as the word on poetry. The editor, Michael Schmidt, explains that "Carcanet has been an innovator in its publishing from its foundation, and we are very pleased now to be offering annual and monthly subscriptions to our poetry magazine through iTunes". This latest move means that the fully searchable archive is now available right at your fingertips, making it easier than ever to find exactly what you are looking for, wherever you are.
PN Review is the first poetry magazine to have its own app in Apple Newsstand. Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, applauds the move as “a striking development for poetry publishing; and the new iPad with its 'retina display' is the best digital format yet invented for reading poetry." With such a stunning platform to showcase magazines, it is not surprising that PN Review has taken the digital plunge.
With a simple tap you can now instantly view the works of the likes of Hugo Williams and Fleur Adcock, take and send screenshots of your favourite poems, and sync issues for offline reading. You can even sample it for free, making it easier than ever to read a little Ned Denny whilst on the move.
The app is available to download for free here.
*Established in 1976, PN Review is one of the outstanding literary magazines of our time. For four decades it has been a place to discover new poems in English and in translation as well as an unrivalled mix of interviews, news, essays, reviews and reports from around the world. Edited by Michael Schmidt, it combines discovery and appraisal of new writing with reappraisals, celebrations and advocacies. In 2011 PN Review celebrated its 200th issue and launched its complete online archive, a rich resource accessible at pnreview.co.uk.
Praise for PN Review:
…the most engaged, challenging and serious-minded of all the UK's poetry magazines. Simon Armitage
…the premier British poetry journal. Marjorie Perloff
...probably the most informative and entertaining poetry journal in the English-speaking world. John Ashbery
…quite remarkably good – it must have a claim to be the best anglophone literary magazine there is. Sir Frank Kermode
…the most incisive voice of a vision of poetry and the arts as central to national life. George Steiner
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