Familiar to fans of woodworking books and magazines, Megan Fitzpatrick has devoted much of her professional career to advancing the craft of woodworking and
helping others to learn it. This Cincinnati resident (where she’s restoring a c. 1905 American four square) is an avid hand-tool woodworker who teaches woodworking classes around the country, builds furniture, and edits books at Lost Art Press. She’s currently writing a book on Dutch tool chests. She is also the founder and editor of Rude Mechanicals Press, copy editor for Mortise & Tenon Magazine, editor of The Chronicle (Early American Industries Association journal), a member of Fine Woodworking’s Ambassadors Program, and a former editor of Popular Woodworking Magazine.