One more overseas edition, for fun.
Japan’s widespread cultural affection for paper and printing—not to mention photography—has served me well here: It’s a really nicely made book, with good smooth white paper and a ribbon bookmark. You know, authors have absolutely control over this stuff—in the case of a foreign edition like this, your editor tells you “Japan rights have been sold,” and a year later they mail you a book. So when it turns out to have been made with care, it’s kind of a relief.
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