Magazines and newspapers are available to browse in library buildings again. Print subscriptions started in January and new issues are already arriving in libraries. You can now find titles such as Consumer Reports and The Seattle Times at your library. Read the latest issue during your visit. Or, check out older issues to take home.
What magazines and newspapers can I find at the library?
Choose from a variety of titles for a wide range of ages and interests. Get caught up on the news in international publications in many languages.
Browse all print magazines and newspapers in the catalog. Use the catalog's filters to limit by language, library location, audience, and topic.
You can also read full issues of popular magazines and newspapers online. Visit our Magazines and Newspapers page for details.
Can I check out print issues of magazines and newspapers?
You can borrow older issues of magazines but you can't borrow the newest issue. The latest issues of magazines can only be read at the library.
You can't borrow newspapers. Newspapers can only be read at the library.
Need 24/7 access to magazines and newspapers? Get caught up on the latest full issues of magazines and newspapers online. Visit our Magazines and Newspapers page for details.
How do I place a hold on a magazine issue?
Contact your local library or Ask KCLS to place a specific magazine issue on hold.
Where can I find print issues to browse?
You can browse issues in the Magazines and Newspapers section at any library.
How many magazines can I borrow?
You can borrow up to 100 items on a full-access library card, including magazines. You can keep magazines for 7 days.
You can borrow an unlimited number of digital magazines from OverDrive.
Read our Borrowing FAQs for more information about borrowing and returning items.