Yeah, I've heard that one mentioned a couple of times on the US fora and wondered. Just not sure whether I'm esoteric enough, and I'm supposed to be trying to cut down my subs. Still, if you could put up the details, Richard, I might be moved to give in. :roll:Sgian Dubh":g0donob1 said:John, if you're interested in a magazine that looks at the more esoteric end of woodworking rather than just the nuts and bolts of putting things together then you might consider the magazine Woodwork that comes out of California.
Oh. Really? They're still stocking them down here. Maybe the new edict hasn't got down this far yet... That's how I've been able to notice a few magazine mergers recently. The Woodworker seems to have encorporated The Woodturner (I think?) and one of the others (Practical Woodworking?) seems to now include something else too. About time too; maybe we can get a sensible number of good magazines, and fewer repeats of the same article across sister publications.Newbie_Neil":g0donob1 said:It's a pity, but WHS no longer stock any woodworking magazines and this will be a hammer blow, in terms of revenue, to all of the woodworking magazines in the UK.
Was there an option?tim":50jfhk1l said:For those that have subscribed to PWW and haven't got the issues yet, did you opt for surface mail or air mail.
I ordered mine around the same time as you Neil and I got my first copy today so yours should arrive soon.I can't comment on the quality of PWW as, after ten weeks, I'm still waiting to receive my first issue
Here you go Alf. Subscriptions should be sent to,I might be moved to give in.