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Every issue of Woodworking Magazine is designed without an “expiration date” , we strive to make the instructions and projects that we write to be just as good in 20 years as they are today. To ensure the magazine will endure, we’ve just published a hardbound book containing the first seven issues, including issues that have long been sold out and unavailable.
These are the complete issues, just as they appeared in the magazine, and they are printed on paper that is even heavier and brighter than the originals. The book’s 252 pages are bound in red cloth, stamped with gold foil and covered with a nice glossy dust jacket that features the Roubo workbench on the cover.
If you’re not familiar with Woodworking Magazine, you’re probably wondering why we’re making such a fuss about it. Here’s the deal: Woodworking Magazine is different than other woodworking magazines. We seek to challenge the conventional wisdom of the craft to find the most accurate, fast and straightforward way to perform an operation, whether it’s cutting dados or making cherry look 100 years old. Our staff tests dozens of techniques in our shop in Cincinnati to find the ones worth using in your shop.
We publish projects that are historical classics, from the 18th-century Roubo workbench to a Gustav Stickley Magazine Stand to a Shaker Tall Cabinet from the Enfield Community. These are pieces of furniture that have earned their status as classics.
And even the way we review tools is different. We don’t review table saws (there are enough table saw reviews already). We review the tools and items that we consider critical to good work: 6″ rulers, hinges, marking knives, moisture meters, combination squares and the like.
Plus, we accept no outside advertising. Our interior pages are black-and-white. And we’re not afraid to blend the use of hand and power tools to get good results.
This book is about to arrive in our warehouse, and we are making a special offer for readers who order the book before midnight on Friday, Sept. 21. If you order before that date, the book is $30 and we’ll pay the shipping and handling. Orders placed after that will be $30 plus $4.95 shipping and handling.
This book will not be available in stores. You can order on our secure web site or call toll-free 800-258-0929 and ask for item# WWCMP7A.
– Christopher Schwarz
editor, Woodworking Magazine and Popular Woodworking