Granta Books has launched a new collection of fully searchable digital books in partnership with digital publishing company Exact Editions.
The selection of titles in the new Granta Books Collection platform gives global subscribers access to books aimed at international scholars and students, and accompanies the complete archives of Granta magazine.
Among the 40 titles are What do Druids believe? by Philip Carr Gomm, How to read Joyce by Derek Attridge, Dope Girls by Marek Kohn Slave by Rahila Gupta and Beslan by Timothy Phillips.
“We are thrilled to have these books in such an engaging digital format,” said business manager Noel Murphy. “The new collection certainly complements the magazine’s 150-issue archive, and we look forward to increasing the global audience for both products.”
The platform’s advanced search function allows users to identify references to specific authors and subjects across individual titles and the entire collection. Content pages are also fully linked.
Subscriptions are available for individuals and institutions, including unlimited access to over 40 titles on web, iOS and Android devices.
Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said:Granta magazine has proven to be a popular resource at universities and other educational institutions around the world. We will continue to work closely with the publisher to expand the audience for the new collection of books in the institutional market as well, striving to achieve their goal of sharing high-quality writing as far as possible.