As a Progressive, aside from some stuff I hate read, the only conservative periodicals i read on any regular basis are First Things and the Economist (which, you know Cliche). Part of the problem is homophobia, but that's not enough of an excuse. So which blogs, websites, pod-casts, magazines, journals, tv shows, subreddits, zines, or mailers about neocons, fiscal cons, paelocons, libertarians, paleo-libertarians, social conservatives, or anything I have missed. I have read a lot of books, and I am more interested in a set of ongoing discussions, rather than something as solid as a monograph.
posted by PinkMoose
on May 7, 2013 -
I am interested in exploring the circulation and distribution information for a variety of nineteenth-century periodicals. I would like to know how many people subscribed to various literary magazines and newspapers, where these publications were sent, who printed the texts, etc... Any ideas?
posted by rapidadverbssuck
on May 25, 2012 -
I want to get the full text of several articles I wrote that were published in Bay Area newspapers between 2005 and 2007. What periodicals database should I be hitting? Preferred sources: free or accessible via New York Public Library. [more inside]
posted by brainwane
on Jan 11, 2011 -
Librarians, art historians, art researchers and scholars: From the perspective of art historical periodicals research with the widest range of relevance for art studio and art history students and instructors, which is the better database, Art Abstracts ~ or ~ Art and Architecture Complete
? [more inside]
posted by xod
on Nov 11, 2010 -
What are good resources for magazine/journal literacy, maps of the terrain of the periodical world? [more inside]
posted by RogerB
on Oct 7, 2010 -
Cannot find periodicals in the library. I am trying to find two reports by A.M. Best
: "Whole Life: With Dividend Histories" and "1997 Historical Supplement: 10- and 20-Year Whole Life Dividend Performance" as recommended in this LA Times article
. Contrary to the article, my library does not appear to stock these. Are there any sources I am overlooking? [more inside]
posted by NailsTheCat
on Jul 26, 2010 -
I'm looking for print periodicals (magazines, newspapers, academic journals) from Puerto Rico (or, less preferably, published in the US but concerning exclusively Puerto Rico) that represent the island's left-wing, pro-independence movements. [more inside]
posted by ism
on Mar 8, 2010 -
Are there any stores on the web that act as online newsstands? Not in the sense that they provide online copies of magazines, but in that they have a wide selection of recent issues. [more inside]
posted by mikeh
on Jan 26, 2010 -
pursuant to this
excellent post, what other repositories of historic/interesting/important periodicals exist online?
posted by Chrischris
on May 8, 2008 -
I need to organize thousands of serials/periodicals which have been stored in boxes for the past 10 years, into a coherent, accessible collection. They go back 100 years. The goal is to place them, vertically, on shelves and make them available for research.
Any ideas on how to classify them? The books in the collection are organized according to Dewey Decimal.
Should I attempt to assign Dewey classification numbers to each "run" of a particular journal? How would I depict the Dewey number on an individual issue?
Maybe I should just go alphabetical. I'm a volunteer reference librarian who doesn't know anything about cataloging but I'm willing to learn to help this project. Thanks.
posted by Tullyogallaghan
on Oct 7, 2007 -
I got my hands on a near-complete series of film magazines (1970s-1990s) while doing an internship in college. They're great to have, but I need some extra cash right now. I looked on EBay, and I see a few people selling single issues of this magazine with some success. Is there a market for selling the lot and if so, how much can I expect to make? [more inside]
posted by sswiller
on Feb 13, 2007 -