- 14 Jan 2004
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- SE London - NW Kent
Alf":j6r3zdkf said:Or maybe the amount paid is disproportionate to the amount of effort involved... :wink: Actually, my problem is I can either do woodworking or I can write about it, but I'm not up to doing both. As long as the required submissions are for projects, I'm stuffed. I simply don't make enough! Anyone wants ramblings on woodworking theory though, I'm your woman. :lol:waterhead37":j6r3zdkf said:I reckon the amount of interesting project type writing is just a function of the number of folk willing/able to write about it
Perhaps I should not have been so restrictive in my post and perhaps you are highlighting a failing in editorial policy. You are the best writer on woodworking stuff I have ever read bar none. Of course that view is formed by the stuff you have written about - 99% of which interests me but still leaves lots of areas you have not covered. Any editor worth his salt should have a policy that covers the stuff you have written about.