We’re going back on press for a second printing of “Campaign Furniture” with a few corrections and a slightly different cover. The only significant correction, which was to the Roorkee Chair chapter, is discussed here. I also added a thank you to Greg Miller, who I neglected to include in the first printing.
I’m telling you all this because we have some customers who collect first editions of our books (no, we don’t have any first-edition copies of “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” hidden here).
The new cover replaces the image of the chest pull with the title of the book. We’re also switching inks used for the cover stamp. The new ink will be more matte and coppery – less gold.
Also, the third printing of “By Hand & Eye” should be back in stock next week. And the expanded “With the Grain” is right on its heels.
In news on new projects, Peter Galbert’s “Chairmaker’s Notebook” is almost completely designed and should be headed to the printer within a couple weeks. As I type this I’m scanning the last of about 500 hand-done drawings for this book. I promise, this book will be worth the wait. The book will be 8-1/2” x 11”, hardbound with a dust jacket and more than 350 pages (perhaps close to 400). No word on pricing, yet.
Designer Wesley Tanner has begun work on designing Don Williams “Virtuoso: The Tool Cabinet and Workbench of Henry O. Studley.” It will be ready for Handworks and the exhibit of the cabinet and workbench. Come to Handworks, see the cabinet and get your book signed.
“Roubo on Furniture” is awaiting some final work by the translating team before going to the designer. And our massive book on Charles Hayward will head to the designer as soon as Linda finishes designing Peter Galbert’s book (sorry about the workload, Linda and Wesley).
We have another dozen projects in various stages of completion, but these are the most immediate.
— Christopher Schwarz
11 thoughts on “2nd Printing of ‘Campaign Furniture’ & Other News”
Are there opposing viewpoints on shavehorses included in Galbert’s book? I need to know if this book is serious, or if this book is quaint. 😀
Any chance we can get a (however rough) estimate on the Charles Hayward project? Very excited for that one!
I should probably read better, shame on me
It really depends on the designer and her schedule. We are gunning for the late summer or early fall.
keep up the awesome work!
Perhaps this has been previously answered, but will LP be reaching out to individuals who subscribed to the first Roubo deluxe edition for the second book on furniture as well?
Granted it does com across as elitist, but it would be nice to round out the series of LP translations as such.
Keep printing the good stuff.
Here’s how “Roubo on Furniture” will work. We will take pre-publication orders for the deluxe edition. Everyone who places an order will receive a book. We’ll add a hundred copies to press order to sell at shows. But that’s how we can ensure that everyone who wants one will get one.
The standard edition will be in print for as long as we’re around.
I can’t wait for the Galbert and Heyward books.
As chairs are my main interest, I’m very excited about the Galbert book. Any details on the binding/cover?
Chris told me the book’s tennons won’t have any glue and the cover will be sturdy enough to sit on. It will be covered with Turk embroidery but no frills. Can you imagine what the post office would do to those books if it had fills hanging out?
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