As of January 1, all library cardholders in the Mid-Hudson Library System have access to 94 magazine titles digitally via Zinio Digital Magazines for Libraries from Recorded Books.
Checkout a title and read it online on your Internet-enabled desktop computer or mobile device. You can also download the eMagazines to your mobile device to read offline later. There is no need to place a hold on an item nor to return it; simply checkout and keep the eMagazine for as long as you wish!
The Hudson Area Library magazine collection is now available for check out with a valid library card! All of our magazines (except the most recent issue of each publication, which is available for in-library use) will circulate for one week. Our currently circulating adult magazines include: The Atlantic, Bon Appetit, Booklist, Civil War Times, Dwell, Ebony, Good Housekeeping, Jet, Martha Stewart Living, National Geographic, The New Yorker, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, People, Poets & Writers, Popular Photography, Rolling Stone, The Rotarian, Seventeen, Sports Illustrated, Time, Vanity Fair, VegNews, Vogue, and Wired. We have children’s magazines available for checkout as well, which include Highlights, National Geographic for Kids, and Sports Illustrated for Kids. Modern Farmer and School Library Journal will soon be joining the list! Suggestions for new magazines you would like to see on our shelves are always welcome.
Eight new popular magazine subscriptions are now available for in-house (or rather, in-library!) reading, thanks to the generosity of the Friends of the Hudson Area Library.
The magazines are all full color monthly subscriptions and includeBon Appetit, a magazine that has great recipes, food trends and more; Dwell, devoted to modern architecture and design; Outdoor Photographer; Outside, award winning coverage of sports, adventure, health and fitness; Poets and Writers, providing information, support, and guidance for creative writers; Rolling Stone, a bi-monthly publication that focuses on music, liberal politics and pop culture; Sports Illustrated for Kids; andWired, a magazine that reports on how new and developing technology affects culture, the economy and politics. All titles are in the main circulation room at the Library, with the exception of SI Kids, located in the Children’s Room.