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Across the Globe with Issue Five

Well, here it is folks. 

Despite the world’s best efforts, Issue Five of The Paperbook Collective is here for your viewing pleasure! 

Without further ado…




The Paperbook Collective Issue Five 2013


The Paperbook Collective Issue Five 2013


It has been an absolute honour and a privilege, once again, to be entrusted with the publishing of such incredible work.

I am continually amazed at the diversity of work that is submitted each month, no two pieces are the least alike. It has been wonderful to see how people have interpreted the ‘Culture’ theme, I have had a fascinating insight into some incredible cultural phenomenon’s across the globe.

It has been quite a difficult week for me over here in my little corner of the globe, but I am thrilled to finally publish the very last issue of The Paperbook Collective for 2013.

To each and every single person who has had anything whatsoever to do with the magazine, whether it be submitting work to it, sharing it, promoting it, buying it or even simply downloading and reading it, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. It is you who makes this journey worth it, even when obstacles are thrown in my way.

So, once again, pour yourself a beverage of your choice (I’m going with cider), kick back, relax, and take a virtual trip across the globe with The Culture Issue of The Paperbook Collective.

Have a fabulous weekend.




  1. Reblogged this on Bastet and Sekhmet's Library and commented:
    And here it is…the moment we’ve been waiting for: the Paperbook Collective, Issue five is ready to be downloaded read! A big Cheer for Jayde, in the face of obsticles, she’s been able to give us a great December read….

    • Thanks for the reblog Bastet! As always, it was fascinating to read about another form of Japanese poetry. I love the concept of the sedoka and I might just have to try it myself I think!

      • Cool, I like to see a Jayde-Ashe sedoka! I’m happy you enjoyed the piece. It is always interesting to me to see where the form comes from and how to use it to best advantage. 🙂

  2. Just looked at the magazine online, but will be purchasing as well. It looks fantastic! It so great to be involved with something so beautifully done.

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  4. Reblogged this on A Small Press Life and commented:
    I am proud, delighted, and honored to be included in this wonderful issue, which revolves around the theme of culture. My contribution is “Correspondence on Culture: There is Such Beauty in Doing Your Own Thing,” but everything in this month’s edition is worth your time. Thanks!

    • Thanks again for a lovely submission Princess. I absolutely loved reading all about Chimayo, what a beautiful pilgrimage.

  5. Reblogged this on Northwest Frame of Mind and commented:
    The fifth edition of The Paperbook Collective has just been released and I’m happy to report page 7 features a few of my new photos! This is a fantastic issue and I’m thrilled to be included in such great company.

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  7. Reblogged this on lespoesietlespensees and commented:
    Have at it! The last issue of the year. I expect it to be as refreshing, wholesome,edgy,pleasurable and fun as it has been so far. I have made some itsy-bitsy contributions, check it out,if you have a few minutes to spare. Have fun.

  8. Reblogged this on 1WriteWay and commented:
    Issue number 5 from The Paperbook Collective is now available. Download yours … or better yet, purchase a copy 🙂

  9. Due to lack of internet last weekend I completely missed issue five. I’m so glad I remembered about it now. Looking forward to reading it.

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