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Lonnie Bird isatooldesignerand
prolific author who has been working wood (or nearly three decades. He's written lor many major woodworking magazines, and has six woodworking books to his credit. Lonnie is also the founder of Lonnie Bird's School of Fine Woodworking (kmniebird.com) in Dandrtdge.Term.
In this issue, he writes about how bevel-up planes can help improve your woodworking, especially when wrangling with gnarly grain (page 44).
Marc Adams has been a professional woodworker for almost 30 years, during which he's won numerous awards, worked with the U.S. government on woodworking-related issues, and been featured in many books and magazines. He is also the founder of the world's largest woodworking school, the Marc Adams School of Woodworking (maicadams, com).
In this issue. Marc writes about the characteristics and properties of the seven types ofglue (page 54).
Joseph llardo After 30 years as a college teacher, Joe became a student again when he joined a community woodshop. With the tutelage of fellow members, Joe's skills and ambition have grown in the years since he started woodworking. Ever the teacher, however, Joe couldn't pass up the opportunity to create woodworking kits forbis 8-year-old twin grandchildren, in hopes they too would get booked on the craft. He writes about the experience on page 80.
Rob Millard builds Federal-Style reproductions in a one-car-garage shop (that also holds a car). He has contributed to a number of magazines and has written for the Journal of the Society of Period Furniture Makers. You can see more ofhis incredible work at americanfederalperiod.com.
In this issue, Rob writes about bellflowers and slringingtnlay- two of the hallmarks of furniture from the Federal period (page 49).
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