This is a quick update to let you know where we’re at. The announcement of this magazine has sparked a lot of excitement amongst our craftsman worldwide, we have gained several contributing authors, among them are Brian Holcombe, Joshua Stevens aka Mr.Chickadee, Bob Rozaieski from the Logan Cabinet Shoppe, Bob has written several articles for various woodworking magazines, one of them being finewoodworking. Unfortunately Paul Sellers has declined to become a contributor at this time, but the door is always open should he reconsider time permitting.
I’m in talks with Colonial Williamsburg, they’re very positive about this magazine. I know I could do alot more had work not be in the way, but that’s how the cookie crumbles. So far there’s about 23 solid pages of great articles completed including projects.
So it’s all coming together slowly but surely, I didn’t realise just how much work goes into producing a quality magazine. Also in addition, an ePub version will become available in the near future for iPad’s. ePubs are an interactive eBook mag with video’s and so forth. So I’m hoping to have two versions, the standard PDF for those without an iPad and an ePub version for iPads. I’ll see if it’s possible to cover the android users.
Articles are being written up by our authors as we speak, mine are already done I just have a few other additions I would like to add. I’m not entirely sure just how many pages there will be in total, I’m doing this on the fly. Comparing to other magazines I’ve counted about 30 pages of advertising and about four actual pure woodworking articles. So I think I’m doing a pretty good job so far, no ads just pure woodworking.
Please help spread the word, help by contributing if you can, send your articles, projects pics, tips, ideas, discoveries, everyone is welcomed to contribute.
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This magazine is not about me but all about you, it’s for all of us combined. Articles are not reserved for the privileged, like you find with other magazines. I want the world to see craftsmen and women from all over the world, let the world see you and what you make and have to offer. This magazine again is not reserved for celebrity woodworkers, even though they are more than welcome to contribute, but I’m more interested in the unknown woodworker, the silent achiever. Not matter who you are, what part of the world you live in, you all have something valuable to offer. If language is a barrier, I will help you along as best I can. This is a community based magazine and therefore a community based effort. Let’s make this the best and most sought out hand tool woodworking magazine together.