“What are they all doing up there?” wondered the Züricher Tagesanzeiger. It’s probably a “forgotten popular sport,” suggested Der Spiegel. Focus even speculated about the “secret sex life of trees.” One thing is certain: Jochen Raiss’s Women in Trees, published by Hatje Cantz in June 2016, immediately became a best seller. This is true because—as we like to believe—the happiness felt by these women (who may have simply been in the mood to climb a tree) is palpable to us all. Women in Trees made us happy—and hungry for more. So we asked the obsessive collector Raiss if he might have some more of “the goods,” and he did. He has, after all, spent twenty-five years searching for and finding anonymous masterpieces such as these, which is why we now have More Women in Trees. Perhaps you’ll feel the same way as us: we can’t get enough!