Reading creative writing publications

Anthony Haynes writes: In developing the Creative Writing Studies imprint, we’ve given a good deal of thought to how readers can access and read publications. Our aim is to offer readers the widest possible choice. As a result, we’ve established a range of services so that readers may:

  1. buy and download e-books in a range of formats;
  2. borrow e-books from libraries;
  3. buy print copies;
  4. borrow print copies from libraries;
  5. read digital books ‘on the cloud’ – without needing to download copies onto one’s own computer.

Over a series of short posts, we’ll feature various of these services. In the meantime, a concise guide, with hypertext links, is available here.

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About Anthony Haynes

Director, Frontinus Ltd Communications Associate, FJWilson Talent Services

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