On the ‘Make or Break Show’

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This week I sat down for a detailed interview with Brandon Cullum of the “Make or Break Show” podcast to discuss workbenches, plus how we dig up historical techniques here at Lost Art Press and the exact moment I knew I was going to do woodworking for the rest of my life.

It’s an hour-long interview and delves into areas I rarely go (Brandon is a very well-prepared interviewer, and he did his homework). So in addition to woodworking, we discuss my love of trailer fires and the random way I got into both writing and woodworking as a profession.

So if you aren’t sick of me yet, give it a listen here. Also, be sure to check out the other 76 episodes – there are some good interviews in there.

— Christopher Schwarz

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Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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6 Responses to On the ‘Make or Break Show’

  1. Andrew Brant says:

    Loved this! I listened the other day. Wrapping the “Anarchist” bit into the “Punk DIY ethos” really was nice to hear said so explicitly.

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  2. Hernan Coronel says:

    Loved it! Listened to it just yesterday and it was a great podcast. Congratulations you both rocked!

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  3. Sam says:

    Really enjoyed the interview.


  4. Bob Glenn says:

    Trailer fires? What am I missing?


  5. Robert Young says:

    ABE Books — Advanced Book Exchange. Whelp, learned at least one thing today.


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