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I was pleasantly surprised to get the latest edition of WoodWork last weekend. I was wondering when the new website will be up and running?
The target date for the new Woodwork website has been set at May 1 (knock on wood). We're very excited because it will provide a place to share Woodwork content with a wider audience and serve as a meeting place for Woodwork readers to exchange thoughts and ideas about the magazine and their own woodworking. Stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, tell us what you'd most like to see on the new site?
The Woodwork website is www.woodwork-magazine.com, and it's up and running right now. Our next issue will come out in late November. We just wrapped it up, and it promises to be one of the best issues ever!
Editor, Woodwork Magazine
How about extending a reciprocal number of copies of the magazine (Woodwork) to subscribers of the original publication such as me who had paid for additional copies of that magazine that were never delivered? Woodwork's publication was cancelled in 2008 without extending word to its' customer base. I believe that would be the least that could be done as a remedy of fairness to those individuals such as myself whose monies improved the printing abilities of the orginal Woodwork, but were never extended a refund for undelivered copies. To not identify this anomaly is unfair and insulting to customers owed subscription credit.
I'm sorry if you didn't receive notice concerning the cancellation of your Woodwork subscription in 2008. Our circulation department sent notices to everyone on the mailing list, but it's possible your noticed didn't make it to you for some reason. Circulation also offered Woodwork readers a subscription to American Woodworker as a replacement. Since some Woodwork readers were not interested in a subscription to American Woodworker, a refund was also available if requested. I’m not quite sure what you mean by “How about extending a reciprocal number of copies....”?
Randy Johnson | Editor-in-Chief
American Woodworker and Woodwork Magazines
just reading my issue #24 from 1992 about the ultimate router table and just want you to know that it has been with me through the thick and thin and just want to thank everyone over the years for such a terrific wood magazine.as I owe alot of my gratitude to fellow woodworkers and your projects in your magazine