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More Woodturning Magazine
More Woodturning Magazine is an electronic magazine for Turners who mostly turn wood. It is designed to provide guidance in woodturning techniques and to keep you informed as much as possible with what is happening in the woodturning craft; i.e., new equipment, new tools, new techniques, new projects, shows, places to sell, etc.
Our purpose is to provide good information on technique, product reviews, information on new products, and general news of interest to woodturners.
If you are a woodturner, an artist who turns wood, a collector who collects turned wooden objects or are simply interested in woodturning, we'll welcome you as a regular reader of our magazine
Dennis Daudelin Takes Over as Publisher and Editor of More Woodturning Magazine
Dennis Daudelin, one of the founders of the popular web site, Woodturning Online, takes over as publisher and editor of More Woodturning Magazine upon the retirement of Fred Holder, the founder, publisher and editor of the magazine.
“The acquisition of More Woodturning Magazine will allow us to provide subscribers with in depth coverage of woodturning news, events, projects, articles, and product reviews,” said Dennis. “The magazine is an ideal complement to our very popular information resource site, Woodturning Online.”
“I am very excited by the opportunity to take on this new role and look forward to working with old and new friends in the woodturning community to deliver the best possible online magazine,” said Dennis. “To that end, one of my first steps will be to survey our existing subscribers to get their recommendations on how to shape the future of the magazine. I also look forward to using my extensive computer experience to update the web site and the magazine delivery method.”
“We believe advertisers will also appreciate the added value of reaching both magazine subscribers and website visitors with common programs ”, said Richard DiPerna, co-founder of Woodturning Online.
If you're a current or past subscriber to the More Woodturning Magazine, expect an email with the survey details. If you have not gotten this email by Monday, April 20th, please contact me directly and I will send it to you privately.
I look forward to making this journey with you!