Meet the Publisher

Dennis Daudelin, Editor and Publisher of the More Woodturning Magazine

About Dennis Daudelin, Publisher and Editor
More Woodturning Magazine

Dennis Daudelin is a long-time computer geek having worked for most of the big northeast computer companies before starting his own computer company in the late 1980's. After selling his company, Dennis took up woodturning for fun. It turned into a production job for a while, supplying salad bowls to the Worcester Craft Center, but wound down as he moved to Cape Cod for the summers and Sarasota, FL for the winters. His current turning passions are segmented turning, miniatures, and household items. Dennis has been a member of several turning clubs in Massachusetts and Florida, and has presented at woodturning conferences across the country. Through the years, he has also kept his fingers in the technology world by building web sites for small businesses and learning to program applications in the computer language: php and the database application: mysql.

Dennis and his wife Lyn became full-time Florida residents when they moved to Lakewood Ranch, Florida in early 2014. In March of 2015, Dennis took over as Editor and Publisher of More Woodturning Magazine when Fred Holder retired from this position after starting the magazine and publishing over 180 editions in 20 years.

"My immediate goals are to build on Fred's excellent work by continuing to bring new ideas to the magazine, and to use my computer experience to regularly update the website. Over the next few years, you will see an increase in the types of projects and articles, new writers, and easier computer interfaces. I am also hoping to spend less time on non-magazine-related computer work, and more time in the workshop! As always, please drop me a line anytime to give me your inputs or ask questions relating to the magazine."



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Click here to see the More Woodturning Magazine Press Release.


To see information about Fred Holder, the previous publisher and editor of the More Woodturning Magazine, click here.