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Book Review

Your Move

by Karen Rigby

Packed with delightful history and trivia, "Your Move" makes an irresistible case for reviving offline games. Joan Moriarity and Jonathan Kay’s "Your Move" elucidates the renaissance of board games, the ways they mirror society, and... Read More

Book Review

Book Collecting Now

by Susan Waggoner

Matthew Budman’s "Book Collecting Now" is both an enthusiastic, clear-eyed look at book collecting in the digital age and an info-rich primer for those who want to begin, expand, or refocus their collections. Despite predictions, print... Read More

Book Review

Designer Knit Home

by Sarah White

Knitting with giant yarn and fiber has been popular for years, but fat fibers can be quite expensive and difficult to care for. Knit and crochet designer Erin Black wants to make big projects more accessible and usable in the home, so... Read More

Book Review

Pure & Simple

by Susan Waggoner

In Pure & Simple, wool artist Maggie Bonanomi turns her rustic-chic design eye to easy projects that can be done at home without special equipment or skills. The book’s seventeen projects reflect the natural world, with items like... Read More

Book Review

Miracle Brew

by Matt Sutherland

Civilization befell humanity in spurts of luck and cleverness: managing fire, sharing food, affection communicated in the gift of a flower, speech, discovering that a bunch of ripe grapes left in the hollow of a boulder or grain soaked... Read More

Book Review

Handmade

by Matt Sutherland

All the happy inspiring talk about the importance of playful creativity in a healthy life makes for good copy on a greeting card, but creativity is also a deadly serious, learned process to professional painters, potters, chefs,... Read More

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