It’s been a long, hot summer! I never realized how complicated this can be: working a book to the level of “perfection” necessary to be marketed — especially when “perfection” includes trying to preserve the original simplicity and roughness of the material. It’s like trying to dress up a horse for church or a ballroom dance. By August 15th, Feast of the Assumption, we finally closed the revisions and started printing again. From Beijing, China, a freelance agent wrote and asked whether I could lower the price…..