<about wood coin>
"Original and quality magazine."-- Cartwheels Collective
This is an online puzzle. Words including the title Wood Coin may convey multiple meanings. To see the whole picture at once is maybe less important than to enjoy each contribution for its singular measure or pith.
Backgrounds on some poems or stories may overpower or clash; if the eyestrain is too intense, click on the byline of any author for a text-only PDF of the piece.
Wood Coin can be read online, or printed at your home or office or institution. To print an entire issue visit Wood Coin History in any issue's Table of Contents.
<submitting to wood coin>
Submissions to Wood Coin may be used for my next magazine, Menexenus, which will contain an audio or video track of the author reciting his work.
Seeking prose, verse; miscellaneous. Submit up to 10 pages.
Previously published is okay, if you own the rights.
Images & text (c) 2008 - 2012 Wood Coin.
Some images (c) 1981 Joe Ruggiero, "Found Objects".
Rights revert to the writer or artist upon publication.
Wood Coin ™ pending.
This magazine supports freedom of expression. That being said, there are unwritten guidelines of integrity and sanity to which Wood Coin adheres.
Publisher: James Beach
WARNING: READ AT OWN RISK!
ON HEADS: With its debut in 2008 this magazine flagged issues that (god help us) the media has spread. Over the years Wood Coin also made men horny, or made people feel love; some readers dented their own shells as they tried to come out.
ON TAILS: Though the seminal issue scored, art and philosophy still poise and the edge of the drain in "America". Power people instead use media to label people (as predators or prey, or as a fusion, etc.) and further ancient hierarchical agendas.
ON RIMS: As any coin flips, a controversy might arise over it being a disc or a sphere; equality in weight distribution keeps us watching. Physics, even in our dreams, as we pass our exams, tends to keep everything in motion.