Never heard of this magazine but somehow they know my email address, so I'm happy to pass the message on.
Writers, poets, activists, politicians, teachers and educators, scientists, party people, experimenters and wild ones, photographers, illustrators, painters, whatever all else, retirees or homebodies--- actually, I was talking about the contributors to Wood Coin but if you count yourself in the list please have a look-see at the site:
No ads, no come-ons, no hooplah, no joke! Completely free to view these esoteric gems. The first 12 Issues are already up and the final 6 Issues will sporadically appear on the site over the next year or so. A few slots remain; please submit your materials (under 10 pages) if you've got something intelligent to say on paper...
Wood Coin: an online magazine of literature & liberal arts