Did you miss last month’s “Rolling Stone”? Are you an avid “New Yorker” reader? Is your cooking lifeless without “Bon Appétit”? Pierce County Library System provides its cardholders free access to more than 100 hot magazine titles through its digital magazine service, Zinio.
Read everything from “Astronomy” and “ESPN” to “Runner’s World” and “Forbes.” There’s no need to pay newsstand prices or pony up for a yearly subscription. It’s all free with a Pierce County Library card. Get current and back issues. There is no limit, so download as many magazines as you want. Want to keep an issue? Go ahead. You never have to return a borrowed digital magazine.
Read magazines on mobile devices such as phones or tablets, or read online. Download the Zinio app through your phone’s app store or visit zinio.pcls.us. Zinio is not currently compatible with Windows Mobile, Blackberry or e-readers such as Kindle or Nook.
Don’t have a Pierce County Library card? Get one today. You’re eligible if you live or own property in Pierce County. All cities, towns, military bases, tribal land, national park land and unincorporated areas qualify except Carbonado, Fircrest or Ruston. If you live in Puyallup, Roy, Tacoma or in surrounding library districts such as Timberland or King County, you’re also eligible for a Pierce County Library card.