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Weekly Global Primer


“My window on the Wider World”
Nelson Mandela during his incarceration on Robben Island

The Guardian Weekly has a loyal worldwide readership of about 67,000. Loyal readers include every US president since Jimmy Carter and prominent statesmen such as Nelson Mandela. Founded in 1919, it is considered the world’s oldest international newspaper.

“The Guardian Weekly Global Network aims to close the gap between international news headlines and the personal experiences of real people, and stimulate discussion and action.”
The Guardian Weekly Website

Each edition delivers book reviews from The Washington Post to subscribers in over 180 countries. Articles from the UK’s The Guardian and The Observer and France’s Le Monde newspaper are also featured. The Guardian Weekly’s avid readership comprises affluent professionals who are influential international communicators.

“We aim at presenting what is best and most interesting in the Guardian, what is most distinctive and independent of time, in a compact weekly forum.”
From the first publication of The Guardian weekly in 1919

35 percent of its readers are published authors themselves. The Book Review Section is an extremely efficient way to reach out to your target audience. The newspaper is published in England, Canada, Australia, and South Africa to ensure issues always reach their readers.

Make sure your book is seen by a legitimate global market with our Guardian Weekly Marketing Packages. Xlibris extends your coverage even further than The Guardian Weekly’s readership by including a Newswire direct to print, broadcast, and online media databases all around the world.

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