First a note of background:At the beginning of 2007 my book came out with the Sterling Publications company. They printed 16,000 copies and we sold them all. In 2010 the book went out of print- sad face. I made a digital download and a CD copy to keep the book alive since there were no used copies available- for less than a whole lot.Just this month a fine company, Echo Point Books, has published a wonderful new issue of the book. The cover is new- and I like it better than the old one. T...
This story began about four years ago when I responded to a WOOD Magazine solicitation for shop photographs. After taking and submitting a few general shots, I was contacted by Managing Editor, Marlen Kemmet, who requested I submit additional photos of everything I could think of taking – overall shots, special construction, jigs, drawers, etc. In response, I sent in about 72 additional photos. That resulted in a couple of additional contacts, but little further came of it at that time, a...
Exciting News! The latest issue of America’s Best Workshops 2013 hits the shelf on March 26, and the American Craftsman Workshop has been included! Rather than being one of the featured shops, I actually have 4 pages of tips that other woodworkers might find helpful. The article is titled “Pro Ideas for Your Shop.” All images used with permission of WOOD Magazine & America’s Best Home Workshops 2013 4 Gold Nuggets From The ACW In the article I shar...
Hello. I just got a job as a writer/editor for Hardwood Floors magazine out of Madison, WI. If you see or hear about something cool or terrifying in the wood industry, especially as it applies to floors, drop me a line. Hardwood Floors puts out 6 magazines a year, and they send out news updates on Mondays and Wednesday regarding all aspects of the industry—illegal logging, product innovations, business updates on the huge suppliers, etc. The magazine features business tips, interesti...
Hey guys! As usual, the summer season is the busiest for my remodeling work and it takes me away from my passion of sharing with the woodworking community. But I will take what I can get so the good news is that I am still at it. The latest issue of WOOD Magazine has just hit the bookstores and mailboxes and I was lucky enough to get a full page of coverage! The article gives tips from 4 small pro shops and mine was one of the shops covered. While there is a lot more wisdom and exper...
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