Woodstack Book Submissions for Princeton Architectural Press
Why do people stack wood? How does a chore as mundane as stacking wood turn into an endeavor to craft a well-made object that is both beautiful and practical? For aeons, people have stacked wood around the world to heat homes, fire kilns, cook over campfires, build structures, grow mushrooms, and make charcoal, simply for the love of it. But what are the stories behind the stacks and stackers?

Woodstack, a forthcoming book from Princeton Architectural Press, http://www.papress.com, focuses on how transforming a pile of logs into a structure has bound cultures together across the globe.

If you would like to be considered for inclusion, please complete this online submission form. Images must be 300 dpi and a minimum of 7" wide. The deadline for submissions is February 15, 2019.

**If you would like to submit but will not be able to provide images until after this deadline (for instance, because you want to photograph a new pile in the springtime), please get in touch.**

Questions? Please contact Ayumi Horie, author of Woodstack, at woodstackbook@gmail.com. For the past ten years, potter Ayumi Horie, http://www.ayumihorie.com, has been managing a Facebook group called International Society of Woodstack Enthusiasts, where members send in pictures from all over the world.

Email address *
Name (First, Last) *
Location (City, State/Region, Country) *
Occupation *
How many years have you been stacking wood? *
What do you use your wood for?
How do you stack your wood and why? (describe the structure of your stack, if or how you cover the stack, how it's constructed, and seasonal timing)
Do you cut and chop your own wood? What tools do you use?
What kind of wood do you use? (Maple, oak, ash etc...) Where do you get it?
How much wood do you burn a year?
Where do you site your woodstack and why?
Why is stacking well important to you?
What tips do you have for other woodstackers?
Please submit 3-5 images of your woodstack (300 dpi and 7" at longest dimension) *
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