Chekhov in Hell is now in print. It’s a very beautiful edition, I think. The cover is a kind of pastiche of those iPod adverts, this time with Chekhov gloomily listening through the white headphones. The main colour is a strong blue wash. Inside - after much back and forth between me and the publishers - the text is set elegantly and clearly. As always with Oberon, the book feels well-bound, with good paper and a pleasing design. It is available in all good bookshops, though I know some bad ones are keen to get in some of the action, so you might be in luck.