The Log Book is the international publication for woodfirers and those interested in woodfiring and wood-fired ceramics, be they professional, educator, student, or enthusiast. Supported only by subscription The Log Book is a non-profit publication with no commercial advertising.
Intended as a forum for the discussion of the many diverse aspects of wood-fired ceramics, articles are published on historical, traditional and contemporary woodfiring, together with reports on specialist woodfire related events worldwide. Reviews of books, videos, and DVDs of relevance to woodfiring are also included.
With some 400 articles published to date The Log Book is now the single largest repository for articles in the English language on the subject of wood-fired ceramics; a significant resource documenting the aesthetics, the materials, and the processes of woodfiring and wood-fired ceramics. Published quarterly, there are now subscribers to The Log Book in over 40 countries worldwide.
FRONT COVER:The Log Book issue 77

Issue 78
Published July 2019
Contents

Focusing the Flame - Ceramics by Jan Kollwitz Andrew L. Maske
The Mass of Solitude Scott McClellan
Ash Accumulation and Heat Work Joseph Delphia
Katoomba Woodfire Kiln Susie McMeekin
A Small Portable Woodfire Kiln Steve Harrison
Photographic Competition Winning Entries
Reviews...
Backlog/Events Calendar

Front Cover: Detail of Kyozutsu by Jan Kollwitz.
Photograph: Götz Wrage.
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FRONT COVER:The Log Book issue 78

Issue 78
Published July 2019
Contents

Focusing the Flame - Ceramics by Jan Kollwitz Andrew L. Maske
The Mass of Solitude Scott McClellan
Ash Accumulation and Heat Work Joseph Delphia
Katoomba Woodfire Kiln Susie McMeekin
A Small Portable Woodfire Kiln Steve Harrison
Photographic Competition Winning Entries
Reviews...
Backlog/Events Calendar

Front Cover: Detail of Kyozutsu by Jan Kollwitz.
Photograph: Götz Wrage.