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Thomas Pynchon Catalog Goes Digital Today
Just received this press release from Penguin Books about the release of the great Thomas Pynchon’s catalog for the first time in e-format. These are available TODAY.
Part of the press release is below (left out all of the accolades, we all know who Thomas Pynchon is):
THOMAS PYNCHON’S FULL BACKLIST TO BE PUBLISHED IN e-BOOK FORMATS FOR THE FIRST TIME,
FROM THE PENGUIN PRESS
New York, New York, June 13, 2012– Ann Godoff today announced that The Penguin Press will publish Thomas Pynchon’s full backlist in e-Book editions for the very first time. These new editions of Pynchon’s seven novels and one story collection—V., The Crying of Lot 49, Gravity’s Rainbow, Slow Learner, Vineland, Mason & Dixon, Against the Day, and Inherent Vice—will now be available on all digital reading devices, offering an entirely new reading experience both to long-time fans of his work and to a new generation of e-readers. The deal was made between Godoff and Melanie Jackson of the Melanie Jackson Agency. The Pynchon e-Books go on sale today.
In making this announcement, Godoff said The release of Thomas Pynchon’s backlist in the digital format is a publisher’s dream. To be able to present at one time some of the most important fiction of the 20th and 21st centuries is very exciting and a great honor.