Corbelled Constructions on Menorca: Borut Juvanec. The history and typology of dry stone buildings on Menorca from caves to Barracas/Pont de bestiar via naveta and talyots.
Espai paret seca - the dry stone wall space: Frédérique Mahieu and Sean Adcock. The dry stone features of Menorca and a detailed look at a new construction on the island, illustrating wall types and features.
The Yorkshire Rogue: John Heslegrave. Analysis of a failed repair at Gunnerside in Swaledale.
Surprising Finds and Related Observations in Sundry Japanese Stone Work: Evan Oxland. Mostly bridges of varying design, along with some stone carpentry.
Masterclass: Problems & Planning part 3: Sean Adcock. A detailed look at how stones similar in type (size/shape/geology) have a habit of grouping together, and a detailed analysis of dealing with the problem of '1 on 3'.
The StoneBridge - part 2: Patrick McAfee. The anatomy of a bridge, definitions and descriptions of the main components of a bridge.
Hammering it Home #1: Alan Ash. An introduction to the world of masonry hammers.
Griffith Griffith (Re)Visited : Sean Adcock. Following on from an article in Stonechat 27 the editor visits San Francisco's Fort Point and its Old Mint, and subsequently discovers JS Emery, Griffith's rival.
BRANCH NEWS: A very brief report on activities in the year to date and the publication of 2 welsh language leaflets,Branch Committee and Diary.
There I was: Kyle Schlagenhauf. An epic dry stone project literally on the rim of the Grand Canyon.
Asfontylitis: Ioulia (Julia) Papaeftychiou. The preservation of a dry stone settlement on the Cycladic Island of Amorgos.
Great Zimbabwe-A personal account: Richard Tufnell. One man's experience of one of the world's oldest dry stone settlements.
The nature of soil for drystone walling - with earth pressure calculation: Theo Schmidt. How the properties of soil can affect retaining walls, and how to calculate some of the forces involved.
Britain and Ireland's Walling Treasures: Redrawing patterns: Sean Adcock. Revisiting a "Waller and Dyker" article looking at distinctive regional styles, particularly the inclined stonework of Purbeck.
Masterclass. Planning part 4. Grading Revisited: Sean Adcock. An in depth look at whether large on small is good or bad, and an extended examination of joints