Issue 2 release date

HANDWORK Issue 2 will be available on Saturday August 19th.  There will be over 90 pages of quality reading materials, a little bit of everything and I also added an index page. I’ve been working on it for 18 hrs straight and by God I did it.  I nailed it. I hope you all like it.

I’m off to bed.


6 thoughts on “Issue 2 release date

  1. What is a good night’s sleep for you? 3 hours? 2?? You seem to be the busiest man with a lot of irons in the fire. And I too will look forward to reading issue two.

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    1. Hahaha. I have a dream, a vision and now a goal and am committed to it. What’s the loss of a few hours sleep compared to the benefit I can bring to mankind. Life is short and I want to make a difference in the little time we have, and if this magazine can do that, then I’m all in.


  2. I could feel your excitement.

    Many pieces made by amateurs (a category James Krenov put himself into) are stunning and top-of-the-line. Woodworking is an area in which the so-called professionals (a.k.a. production woodworkers, if you ask me) do not necessarily produce goods better than amateurs, unlike many other trades or professions. Now, you (in collaboration with the contributors) may be attempting to put Publishing in the same vein.

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    1. My sentiments exactly. As amateurs we have the luxury of time on our sides to experiment, to learn and grow. I started this magazine because others failed to address our needs and our interests. Time isn’t really on my side because of work commitments, but I’m doing it somehow because I’m committed in getting it done. I don’t have the journalistic linguistic skills to write like other professionals and I also don’t have professional photographers and videographers nor the the capital to invest and entice many contributing authors. If I however, somehow without any of these resources manage that my readers gain benefit from HANDWORK by way of knowledge or just mere pleasure, enjoyment from reading it, then I have achieved my objectives. If they don’t, I’ll learn and move on to improving it. I have so many projects I would like to do and write about, but there’s only so much I can do on my own in the limited time that I have. I need contributing authors not only to help me out but for diversity reasons. We learn from each other. I have something to offer, you have something to offer, he has something to offer, we all do, and with all this flood of information compiled into one magazine we all can benefit collectively.


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