Cutlery News Journal Makes History!

knives2010Cutlery News Journal (CNJ) is recognized by Krause Publications’ Knives 2010– The World’s Greatest Knife Book by making their Knife Publication list.  Cutlery News Journal is the first blog to make the list. All other knife publications shown are traditional print media.

CNJ began last year and is the first independent knife collector news blog. Blogs are web media outlets published electronically. All articles are stored for easy topic search by their subscribers.

Krause Publications is a subsidiary of F + W Media, the leading enthusiast content provider and marketer of magazines, including Blade, books, conferences, and interactive media properties.

Photo credit: Krause Publications

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  1. Congratulations Scott! I’ve enjoyed CNJ since day one and am glad to see it get a bit of “ink” to give it the credit it deserves. Great timely articles have been provided, and even the historical ones give us some much needed retrospect that the current day knife industry can learn from. So, this is what blog looks like? 🙂 Who knew? I thought it was an online magazine. Good thing I know more about knives than this internet thingy.

    Keep up the great work!

    • Thanks Elvis. I often think of you when I write.

      One day print media will be the minority- but for now, I was a bit surprised we made the list. Must be some forward thinkers on staff there 🙂

  2. Way to go Scott, CNJ is a one of kind news blog, and a excellent one at that. Good Luck.


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