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Why Aren’t There More Novels about Woodworkers (or about Anyone in the Trades)?
I recently got an e-mail from a reader, Chris, asking if I knew of any good fiction or even poetry about woodworkers or woodworking. I hate to admit it, but even though this blog is The Literary Workshop, I was … Continue reading
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