The Paper Chase promised to be a delightful journal of everyday interviews, news and reprints of work by the artists, pupils and writers of the Newlyn Colony. The journals were planned as a series, by the publisher Elizabeth FORBES, to be edited by her friend Fryniwid Tennyson JESSE self-styled as 'The March Hare'. Unfortunately the exercise had to be abandoned after two issues only due to the failing health of Elizabeth Forbes climaxing in her death in 1912.
The two volumes were full of poems, essays, and reproductions, delivered in a light-hearted jocular vein, most of which was produced through the editorial work of the Editor.
Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn/Diary of a Gallery
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn & West Cornwall pp86-88 'The Paper Chase'