If You Can’t Attend the Book-release Party

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Our March 12 book-release party for “The Anarchist’s Design Book” is fully booked. But that doesn’t mean you can’t see the new storefront if you are in town.

On March 12, my daughters will be womaning the store from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. while the rest of us are down the street at Braxton Brewing for the Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event. Our store, at 9th and Willard streets, is less than a 10-minute walk from Braxton at 7th and Madison.

Katy and Maddy will have all of our titles there and will be happy to have you look around. We’ll also have some special Covington-only merchandise that celebrates the five-year anniversary of “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest.” A special T-shirt, stickers and other stuff we’re working on now.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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18 Responses to If You Can’t Attend the Book-release Party

  1. toolnut says:

    Boy did that floor turn out nice!

  2. hgordon4 says:

    I second that. It looks fantastic! You are doing amazing things with that place.

  3. Niels Cosman says:

    That floor though!

  4. paulstraka says:

    Okay, not to sound like a broken record but….that floor!!! Not sure anyone will pay attention to the post because we are all getting distracted by that amazing floor!

  5. abtuser says:

    I’m floored too.

  6. charlie says:

    Looks good! Have the neighbors started talking yet?

  7. richardmertens says:

    Beautiful. But you’ll have to wear socks on that floor–no shoes. I was skeptical about the diagonal but it brings real energy to the room. And there’s a lot of interesting color variation from board to board. I wasn’t expecting that.

  8. foureyedeli says:

    Man, what a great looking space.

    When will the 5 year anniversary ATC books be out?

  9. Sweet! Thanks Chris.

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  11. Michael D-C says:

    Is there a way to confirm that I have RSVP’d? Thank you, Michael Davis Cheshire

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