About Woodworker's Journal
America's leading woodworking authority™
For over thirty years, Woodworker’s Journal has chronicled the development of new woodworking tools, techniques and materials. We incorporate these innovations into the projects we design to inform, inspire and motivate our readers to continue developing their skills. Our writers are active woodworkers who have their fingers on the pulse of the woodworking market. Woodworker’s Journal is America’s leading woodworking authority.
Six times a year, Woodworker’s Journal offers a balanced editorial approach, combining reviews of new tools and techniques with a broad cross section of projects. Through regular departments and the original projects which appear in every issue, we strive to provide the information your core customers need to hone their skills and become more accomplished woodworkers.
Over ten years ago, we introduced our online publication: the Woodworker’s Journal eZine. The first e-newsletter in the woodworking market, the eZine remains the largest and continues to gain popularity with online readers. We mail our award-winning eZine to nearly 210,000 opt-in subscribers 24 times a year.
In 2004, we further extended the Woodworker’s Journal brand with the introduction of our own line of Special Interest Publications. Designed to reach new and impressionable readers as they search for specific answers to their woodworking needs, these single topic issues are distributed through popular home centers, bookstores and specialty woodworking shops.
Woodworker’s Journal is America’s leading woodworking authority and our readers know it. Expert author contributors, who literally wrote the books on woodworking, put our magazine in a class of its own and a cut above the others. Michael Dresdner, Ian Kirby, Frank Klausz, Sandor Nagyszalanczy, Betty Scarpino and George Vondriska have all chosen the Journal as the place to pass down their woodworking legacies. The Journal is the only magazine to regularly include features on design, technique and woodworking history. Every issue includes fresh, inspired ways to teach techniques using the projects we design. New and innovative techniques motivate and encourage readers to build ever more creative and complex projects - keeping them in their workshops longer.