I noticed that Errol posted a notice saying he has experienced a problem with
the delivery of his issues of Woodturning magazine. We are on top of this and
are doing our best to sort this one out quickly.
However, it occured to me that if anyone has not heard of Woodturning magazine
and is interested in seeing an issue, e-mail me and I will send a free copy
out to you ao you can see what it is like.
Due to the fact that I hope to have a holiday soon I am going to be cheeky and
set a closing date of the December 10th 2003 for this offer.
Editor Woodturning Magazine
I've heard of delays in delivery to the U.S., but I've only had one
delayed issue of the monthly "Woodturning" in several years, and it
arrived before a promptly sent replacement. For North Americans it is a
good balance to AAW's quarterly "American Woodturner". It's a nicely
printed and edited addition, not a substitute, to AAW. There are many
'left side of the pond' authors including such worthies as rcw's Steven
Russell and Fred Holder. The N.A. turning scene and worldwide goings on
are well covered. Rereading old issues always surprises me with
something useful and/or of current interest. Pricey, but for those who
learn from reading print & pics, not excessive when compared to the
costs of tapes, tuition or attending seminars. IMHO, in 2003 the
internet beats them all for up to date info, convenience, cost, exchange
of ideas, and sociablity. Arch
Oh Hello there
met you briefly at the Harrogate show, I was the newbie woman that stood and
watched for quite a while on the saturday. Did you manage to get anything
out of that rather dangerous oak burl after the show?
I haven't been home yet, so have not had a chance to turn the burr. I am going
to give it a serious try though. It's a large mulbury burr, so it will have
some fantastic figuring in it. I'll publish a picture if I get anything from