Subtitle of "The Foxfire Book," which was published in 1972, collecting the best of Foxfire magazine (which was famous enough to make me forever incapable of remembering the name of one of my internet browsers, Firefox).
I'm noticing the book this morning because it's one of the things that readers of this blog bought using my portal to Amazon (which is always at the top of the blog, in the banner). Thanks to everyone who used the portal to buy whatever it is they'd have bought anyway and thereby making a contribution to this blog. Much as I write for the intrinsic rewards of writing — my old motto: "to live freely in writing" — I am a professional writer, the Amazon portal is the main way this blog is monetized, and seeing it work is an encouragement.
I know there are some people who would love to discourage me, but that's irrelevant. Those who buy nothing through the Amazon portal make no impression — whether they hate me or have never heard of me. Those who do buy are saying: I care about this blog, and I want it to continue to be there every day, as it has been for nearly 10 years (without a single missed day). I hear you.