Well, the dust has settled on Issue Three, now it’s back to business.
But first, another huge thank you to everyone who has shared the magazine! I really loved Issue Three, we had some old friends and new faces and despite the setbacks of September I do believe it came together nicely.
For those of you who may have missed it, here are the links for your convenience:
As they say, there is no rest for the wicked, and the deadline is fast approaching for Issue Four.
Because of the late appearance of Issue Three, I haven’t had much of an opportunity to promote submissions for Issue Four. I’ll take the chance to do that now:
I desperately need your submissions for Issue Four!!!!
Is the desperation coming through the computer screen? I truly hope so.
Jump up to the page The Paperbook Collective to check out the details.
Here is the submission form for your convenience:
If you have any dramas with this form feel free to simply send me an email, but make sure you include the following information:
Country of Origin.
50 Word Bio in FIRST PERSON Format.
Piece for Consideration.
Just a little note, please please PLEASE write your 50 word bio in FIRST PERSON FORMAT. As in ‘I am an awesomely awesome person who is all around awesome’. If you write it in third person I have to rewrite it into first person, and there is always the chance that I will miss a ‘she’ or a ‘he’ somewhere along the lines and it will look silly. And that would upset me.
If you are new to the blog and The Paperbook Collective, I am seeking any and all of the following categories of work:
Poetry (any format).
Photography (any style).
Artwork (any style).
As always, this list is not exhaustive, so please feel free to send in anything you think would be suitable.
I know I haven’t given you much time to get your submissions in, but please note that submissions for Issue Four close on the:
20th of October, 2013.
If you have anything hanging around in the archives, polish it up and send it in. I will be forever grateful.
Thanks again for your continued support and encouragement, it is hugely appreciated. If you think that any of your friends, family or followers would be interested in submitting, please share this post with them. The more people we get involved, the more we can spread the love for The Paperbook Collective!
Here are the links for Issue’s One and Two, so you can see what people have submitted in the past, and how the magazine has progressed to this stage.
Thanks again Paperbook people, and have a lovely Monday.