On Monday night, March 11, I’ll be staying up late for a live chat on WoodCentral. It gets underway at 9:30pm EST and goes until my fingers won’t type anymore. The topic is Arts & Crafts furniture, so if you have a question about the history, how-to, or why-to, join me in the chat room.
WoodCentral has been around for a long, long time. I’ve been visiting since the host, Ellis Walentine reviewed my first book “Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture” eleven years ago. On the site are loads of book reviews, articles and forums. It’s a friendly bunch of knowledgeable woodworkers and a great community.
This will be the second time I’ve been the guest of a WoodCentral chat. It’s a lot of fun and frenzy with woodworking friends. The last time was in March 2005, hosted by my boss at the time, Chris Schwarz. An online transcript of that session is available here.
I’ll have some good news about a couple of my books, and some upcoming projects I have in the works.
For more details on this chat, visit WoodCentral.