There are many online sources for wood engraving news — many of which you can subscribe to and see new posts delivered right to your inbox — eliminating continued deliberate searches for information related to wood engraving. Here are just some suggestions:
Wood Engravers’ Network — we have 2 blogs right here on our website! You can subscribe to them at the bottom of our home page: https://woodengravers.org Also, you can find links to WEN social media pages (little icons) in the top right corner of the home page.
Bewick Society — they have a Tail-pieces blog and links to their social media pages in the upper right-most drop down menu. You can also subscribe to their blog at the very bottom of the blog web page.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Special Collections Library uses social media (Facebook, Instagram, Tumbler, and Twitter) as their blog with Wood Engraving Wednesdays and Fine Press Fridays posts — lots of gems from Max Yela and his talented colleagues!
Princeton University Graphic Arts Collection (Special Collections, Firestone Library) holds WEN’s archive and also blogs frequently about print related topics including wood engravings in its collections. Here’s a recent one about Harper’s Weekly Subscribe to this blog on the right side of each blog entry.
LOOKING FOR “PAGES” TO FOLLOW? GET OFFLINE WITH A BOOK! There are tons of good wood engraving related options out there — especially for those of us that enjoy OLD, used books. If you are looking for new releases, check out these:
Ashmolean Exhibition Catalogue: Scene Through Wood (2020) < click on underlined text and scroll to bottom of page. Written and curated by Anne Desmet, Scene through Wood offers a visual feast of some of the finest wood engravings of the last 100 years and celebrates the extraordinary artists, past and present, who made them.
Clifford Webb: Illustrator and Wood Engraver (2019) by Simon Brett now available at your favorite bookseller (or Amazon). This is reviewed by Will Rueter in the forthcoming Block & Burin.
Alexander Anderson’s America Published to accompany the exhibition at the Grolier Club November 13 – December 28, 2019. Written and curated by Jane R. Pomeroy.
2020 Vision Published in 2020 to mark the Centenary of the Society of Wood Engravers, this unique collection compiled by Nigel Hamway features nineteen of Hamway’s favorite engravers and work by those that inspired them.
Ravilious: Wood Engravings (2019) by James Russell. 80 pages, hardcover.
And for young ones…check out Four Otters Toboggan written by Vivian Kirkfield and illustrated by WEN’s own Mirka Hokkanen.