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We’ve been sold out for a while of our compilation CD of issues 1-16 of Woodworking Magazine, and folks have been asking for it. So I’m delighted to report that we now have it back in stock, with limited availability.

For those of you unfamiliar with Woodworking Magazine, it’s a 32-page 2-color-interior (black and sepia-toned) labor of love written entirely by the Popular Woodworking editors, that was published from 2004-2009. It had no ads, no extra staff and a lot of great woodworking information. (After ceasing publication, we folded some of the WM approach into PWM…and regained some much needed hours of rest).

But I do wish we could have continued this niche publication (though not at the expense of our sanity); it was great fun on which to work, particularly for a writer, because we had room for words, words, words, and the freedom to indulge in editorial approaches that don’t work in a magazine intended for a wider and more varied readership.

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