We've just taken down the ordering page for the Happiest Days of Our Lives at Monolith Press, because the entire second printing is now sold out. It's unlikely that I'll do another Monolith Press printing in the near future, because Subterranean Press will have the special edition in just a few months.
Before I get back to work, I want to thank all of you who have made this moment - the end of one journey and the beginning of another - possible. I've been able to sell through two printings of my book entirely via word of mouth, and that's just un-fucking-believable to me. From the people who told me way back in 2001 to hurry up and write a book, to the people who bought that book, to everyone who bought Happiest Days, to the 300 (holla!) and especially to everyone who told friends and family and helped get my work in front of new readers . . . none of this would be possible without you, and you all have my gratitude.
Once these final orders are processed and shipped, the serious work will begin on the next big Monolith Press project, something super awesome that I'm not quite ready to announce, but I hope will be worth the wait. Feel free to speculate in comments, because that's always fun.