Interviews with Woodworkers You Know
At last year’s Woodworking in America, Members of the Modern Woodworkers Association were running around with audio equipment doing short, off-the-cuff interviews on all things woodworking with some of the instructors, attendees, folks in the marketplace and Popular Woodworking Magazine editors. You can listen here.
Find out Glen Huey’s biggest challenge in woodworking. Hear Roy Underhill’s German (?) accent. Find out how Christopher Schwarz began woodworking by conscription. Discover why Mark Harrell decided to go into sawmaking. Hear what I sound like when I’ve had little sleep and lived on nothing but caffeine for three days (good times). Plus Andy Brownell, Bruce Wang, Charles Brock, Gregory Paolini, Scott Meek, Scott Phillips and Thomas MacDonald.
The list of presenters for Woodworking in America 2013 (October 18-20 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center) can be found here. The web site/registration is projected to go live in three weeks.
• You can now hear and watch 12 years of Roy Underhill with “The Woodwright’s Shop” on DVD.