The Storefront is Open this Saturday


The Lost Art Press storefront in Covington, Ky., will be open this Saturday (Nov. 11) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for visitors, customers and the curious.

We just received our copies of “From Truths to Tools” and you can come browse through this very interesting and fun book (and buy one if you like). Also, we’ll have blemished copies of other Lost Art Press titles to sell for 50 percent off (cash only). And, as always, our complete line of woodworking books (cash, check or credit welcome for those).

We have some blemished Crucible dividers for sale at a significant discount, as well. Plus Crucible holdfasts and design curves.

Megan Fitzpatrick and Brendan Gaffney will be running the store in the morning while I give a presentation to our local woodworking club. I’ll be at the store in the afternoon if you want to abuse me in particular.

Warning: If you are a professional carpenter you might want to keep your mouth shut about that. I’m in the middle of replacing the main beam in the Horse Garage and might just press you into service.

— Christopher Schwarz

P.S. Our storefront is located at 837 Willard St., Covington, Ky., 41017. There are lots of good places to eat and drink around us. Try Saturday brunch at Otto’s or Hotel Covington.

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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3 Responses to The Storefront is Open this Saturday

  1. fitz says:

    And if you’re a professional carpenter and mention it in the morning when Chris isn’t there, I might just haul you over to my house for the afternoon, to press you into service on framing out my shower.


  2. Nnnnnate says:

    Wish I was closer so I could pick up some blems…


  3. rons54 says:

    If anyone is even thinking of driving to the storefront, do it. It was a 4 hour round trip and worth every minute of the drive. We lucked out and my daughters and I were there for the antlerization of the dugout chair and the hanging of the first hat. Megan is a gracious hostess and Chris is entertaining as can be, a combination of scary intensity and whimsy.

    The quality of the books is everything you would expect, I picked up three books and will be ordering more online. Megan, you were right, I have read just a few pages of the Anarchist’s Tool Chest and I am already hooked.


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