I know there are "creative" writing instructors who tell you not to "be afraid to produce a bad draft." Personally, I find the thought of not getting it right the first time kind of appalling. Somewhere, I picked up the convinction that one should always strive to do things right the first time, and it applies as much to writing as anything else.
Which makes this situation with Daughter of Hounds especially painful. If I'd just done it right the first time...
Blah, blah, blah. Don't listen to me. Write however you write. Do what works for you. I believe that's one of the few useful, practical bits of advice any author can ever offer anyone who wants to be an author. It's right up there with "buy a dictionary" and "don't quit your day job."
By the way, Subterranean Press is now taking orders for both To Charles Fort, With Love and Frog Toes and Tentacles. Note that the cover layout featured on the website for TCF,WL is not the final layout.