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Woodturner On-Line Magazine

More Woodturning Magazine, your online source for innovative ideas and detailed articles about the woodturning world.

I am a fellow woodturner and the new publisher of More Woodturning Magazine. I’m writing to let you know about an exciting new program we have developed for woodturning clubs, and to suggest a couple of ways you can let your membership know about us. As you may know, I have recently redesigned the web site and have created a new format for the magazine which can be read online, printed, or downloaded as a PDF. The magazine is now heavily tutorial and article-based and includes news, product reviews, turner profiles, new products and more.

If your club has a newsletter, I think you will like this new program. Having worked on my local club’s newsletter, I know that finding relevant content on an ongoing basis can sometimes be a challenge! To help you with this, we will send you a list of upcoming woodturning events and one woodturning article every month that you can choose to use (or not) in your publication at no cost. In return, you will indicate that the content came from us and include the magazine’s website address at the end of the article/event listing. We will also ask that you include a link to us on your club web site. If you would like to add your club to others who have already joined this program, just click on this link:

If you’d like to learn more about the magazine, please visit our website and view a sample issue:

I hope our newsletter program will be useful to you. I am also hoping that you will help us spread the word about this new woodturning magazine.


Dennis Daudelin, Publisher More Woodturning Magazine

International Wood Culture Society (IWCS)

A new resource and inspiration video for all of us!  With the 15,000 members worldwide, American Association of Woodturners (AAW) was founded in 1986 in the United States as the largest international wood lathe education system.

In June 2013, IWCS crews came to Tampa to participate their annual event. The program of this exhibition was quite diversified. It was held in an aim of education instead of commercial purposes.

Here is the link to the IWCS Facebook:

Or watch this on IWCS website:

In over 100 classrooms at the venue, wood turners from around the world were invited to share their experience. We also saw many blind and wheelchair wood turners sharing their experiences of woodturning heartily. One of major features of AAW is that regardless of gender, age as well as innate inabilities, everyone has the chance to be an excellent wood turner.

Their energy and spirit touch the heart of men from the eastern culture, which usually let people reserve the skill only for their own. In AAW, no men is selfish, everyone brings out their best. We were not only impressed by their astonishing artworks but deeply moved by the ambiance of all for one, one for all.

Very Sincerely,

The film crew and reporter
International Wood Culture Society

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