As usual, work is still in progress (not really -:).
Fine WoodWorking is published bi-monthly by the Taunton
Press in the USA.
All contact information can be found on the web site of
My subscription started at #19 (November 1979), but the index also lists #1, #2, and #3. In fact, these refer to the 3 books published by Taunton, called "Fine Woodworking Techniques". The first volume contained articles from FWW 1-7. Volume 2 covered 8-13, while the 3rd volume included FWW 14-19.
I found American Woodworker interesting until it was taken over by Reader Digest.
Since short (June 2008, i.e. #169), I have a subscription to Popular Woodworking which I think is a rather interesting magazine, but it may be of course that, after so many years, Fine Woodworking becomes somewhat repeatitive. Popular Woodworking is published by F+W Publications Inc. and their web site is PWW.
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