Knapper’s Quarterly Number 4 (Fall 2017) is now available

Knapper’s Quarterly Number 4 (Fall 2017) is now available (for more information about this issue, please refer to our KQ No. 4 page). The printed version can be ordered from links on our KQ Printed Version Store page. In addition to the print version, we also offer it in two digital versions that can be downloaded from our KQ Digital Version Store page: (1) a flip-book style application (PC and Mac) or (2) a reduced PDF file that is perfect for viewing on your smart phone, tablet, or computer (separate PDF reader app required). Please note: images in the PDF file version have been reduced to 96 dpi (which is not suitable for printing and the file is locked to prevent such); however, the much smaller file size does save space on your device! Flip-book applications and PDF file versions for all four issues are available for purchase on our KQ Digital Version Store. Please note: upon completion of your purchase of our downloadable digital versions, you will automatically be sent an email containing a protected link(s) to your purchase(s). This link expires within 48 hours and you can only download one copy of your purchase. In rare cases, some ISPs block emails containing protected links thinking they contain spam. If you do not receive the email containing the protected link(s) for your purchase, please contact for assistance.Cover-Spread-KQ4-800x518px

Photo Gallery for Ron Sundholm Added to our Photo Albums Page

A new Photo Gallery for Ron Sundholm has be added to our Photo Albums page. Additionally, a Knapper Profile on Ron is included in Knapper’s Quarterly No. 4 (Fall 2017), our latest issue.

Contributor Brian Wood at the Mud Creek Arts and Crafts Festival

KQ Contributor Brian Wood will have a booth at the Mud Creek Arts & Crafts Festival in historic downtown Hanceville, Alabama on October 21, 2017, (8:00 am – 3:00 pm). In addition to his fine artworks, Brian will have copies of Knapper’s Quarterly and his KQ 13 x 19 inch Cumberland poster (suitable for framing) for sale. At the event, Brian will be more than happy to sign all issues of Knapper’s Quarterly (he is a regular contributor to the publication and has articles in each issue) as well as the poster. Click here for Calendar of Events page.

Cancelled: Co-Editor Dwayne Earnhardt at Flint Ridge Fall 2017 Knap-in

Update: Unfortunately, due to impending weekend rains, Co-Editor Dwayne Modern Flintknapping Earnhardt will not be at the Flint Ridge Fall 2017 Knap-in in Ohio on September 1st and 2nd with copies of Knapper’s Quarterly and a 13 x 19 inch Cumberland by Brian Wood print for sale. For more information on this knap-in, please checkout our Calendar of Events page listing for this event.

Knap-in from March 24–25, 2017 in Gamaliel, AK

Knap-in and Stone Age Arts, March 24-25, Gamaliel, Arkansas

Location: 5012 AR-101, Gamaliel, Arkansas (between the Three Rivers Biker Church and the Gamaliel Fire Station).

Directions from the City of Mountain Home, Arkansas: Take US Highway 412 East, Turn left onto Robinson Point Road, then make a slight right onto AR Highway 101 for 4.83 miles (total: about 14.8 miles [21 minutes]).

Directions from West Plains, Missouri: Take US Highway 160 West, then turn left onto State Route 101 (MO-101 becomes AR101) (total: about 34.1 miles [43 minutes]).

On site camping, bathrooms, and showers.

For contact information, please see our entry for this event on our
Calendar of Events page