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Summer 2018

The Summer 2018 issue of The Woodcarvers Gazette has been published!

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Purchase it from the Current Issue page or become a member of the BWA to receive every issue of The Woodcarvers Gazette.

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Books reviewed in the Summer 2018 Issue

Here are links to the books reviewed in the Summer 2018 issue of The Woodcarvers Gazette.

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Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 issue of The Woodcarvers Gazette has been published now, with Summer 2018 due in May.

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Books reviewed in the Winter 2017 Issue

The following books are reviewed in the current issue:

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Winter 2017

The Winter 2017 issue of The Woodcarvers Gazette has been published!

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You can purchase this issue here

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Books reviewed in the Autumn 2017 Issue

Just the one book is reviewed in the Autumn issue and by our new Chairman Richard Waite.

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Autumn 2017

The Autumn 2017 issue (and therefore the Winter 2017 issue) has been late to print. I apologise for this but it has now reached all members of the BWA and I have now uploaded the Summer issue to the website. The Autumn issue is a little shorter at only 24 pages but the Winter 2017 issue should be up to the usual length again.

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You can order a copy of the Autumn issue on the Current Issue page or Join the BWA to receive every issue.

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Books reviewed in the Summer 2017 Issue

The following books have been reviewed in the Summer 2017 issue.  If you purchase a book through one of the following links, the BWA receives a small commission to help support the printing of The Woodcarvers Gazette.

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Summer 2017

The Summer 2017 issue has now been published! A bit later than I would have wanted ideally.

The Summer issue can be purchased by going to the Current Issue page or you can join the BWA to receive The Woodcarvers Gazette regularly.

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Books reviewed in the Spring 2017 Issue

These are the books that are reviewed in the Spring 2017 issue of The Woodcarvers Gazettes.  The links will take you to where they can be purchased through amazon.co.uk.  The British Woodcarvers Association will receive a small commission on each book sold to contribute towards the costs of producing the gazette.