We are so happy to announce that we are stocking Mortise & Tenon Magazine for UK & Europe.
You can pre-order your first issue from us from December 1st!!
Mortise & Tenon Magazine is a print publication currently under development which seeks to bridge the worlds of furniture maker, conservator, and scholar. This is not another typical woodworking magazine. There are no “7 Essential Router Tricks”, weekend DIY pocket screw projects, or ad cluttered pages. M&T exists to showcase premier furniture artisans and scholars in an elegant and artful manner. The magazine is printed on uncoated 70# matte paper with a minimalist photography-saturated aesthetic.
Issue One is currently being produced with an estimated arrival in February.
“We’ve been privileged to sit down with the premier minds in their respective fields for personal and illuminating conversations. The interviews dig deep into their perspectives and daily work. We also have several craft practice essays, an intimate and personal tour through an unparalleled collection, a detailed account of a faithful historic reproduction, and an in-depth analysis of an incredible example of preindustrial craftsmanship. The first annual issue is slated to be approximately 150 pages of ad-free body copy on perfect bound 70# uncoated paper. This list represents the articles well underway. There will be more added to the list as they near completion. Join the mailing list below to get updates as we make progress on the magazine.”
Furniture conservator/maker Joshua A. Klein is owner/operator at Klein Furniture Restoration in mid coast Maine. He regularly writes at his blog The Workbench Diary and the Popular Woodworking Shop Blog. He has also written for American Period Furniture, Popular Woodworking Magazine, and The Art of Manliness. Joshua has been selected for the 2015 Early American Life Directory of Traditional American Crafts for his hand-tool only approach to period furniture making. He is currently writing his first book about Jonathan Fisher, a rural 19th century Maine cabinetmaker. Joshua, with his wife and two sons, is currently restoring a 200 year old cape while homesteading on the coast of Maine always with an eye to learn from his cultural heritage.
Issue One Sneak Peak