Sorry about the silence. It's been a busy several days, not least of all because I got back the proof copy for the new edition of Tokyo Inferno. It looks fine save for a small issue with the spine, which I'll be fixing shortly. (My name disappears into the background; this is an easy fix.) Once that's done and I've confirmed it looks good, I should have the book approved for purchase.
I'll have The Four-Day Weekend restored after that. Another book I have mixed feelings about; it was an attempt at a love letter to a moment in time, and as such it has not held up well. But I include it mostly because it's part of the current catalog whether or not I like it; it comes after the 2006 starting gun, as it were.
And that will be the end of the reissue process. I don't have any plans to reissue any of the older books from before that. For one, they're not very good, and two, I recently discovered that the original manuscripts no longer exist. Somehow at one point or another they vanished, and while I have PDFs of the old print copies I'm not inclined to grovel through them to regenerate an editable copy of the manuscript. They're just not that good, and I'd rather look to the future than try to resurrect too much of the past.
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