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This soon-to-be empty cube here at the offices of Fine Woodworking needs a new editor. Have you got the chops?
In a move some of the editors here at Fine Woodworking are calling treasonous, our sister publication, Fine Homebuilding, seems to have poached one of our very own associate editors! Shocking, I know, but our loss could be your gain. We’re in search of a replacement and are sending out the call to our readership.
More Photos for My Shameless Pitch
And did I mention all the delicious snacks! Doritos! Popcorn! Potato chips! We’re drowning in a boatload of salty goodness!
Drooling yet? This is our machine room–outfitted with a SawStop, a sweet 14″ bandsaw, and a massive 14″ jointer.
To give folks an idea of what it’s like to work at FWW, I pulled together a few photographs and even found this great video shot by the Wood Whisperer a few years ago. It’ll give you an idea of what goes into producing the magazine and offers some drool-inducing footage of our shop. A word of caution though: if you’re like me, the shop here at our office can be super-dangerous, especially to those who are married. I find myself behind the bench during every lunch break and for about an hour after work, nearly every single day.
For more information on this new position, or to apply now, visit the Taunton Press website.
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To sweeten the potential deal for would-be wood editors, check out this sweet workshop. Only steps away from your office!
And did I mention delicious snacks! Doritos! Popcorn! Potato chips! We're drowning in salty goodness!
Many of you may remember this benchroom from several of our magazine covers.
Are you drooling yet? This is our machine room. It's outfitted with a SawStop cabinet saw, a sweet 14" bandsaw, and a massive 14" jointer, among other things.
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