The New York Times says:
The author Kurt Vonnegut died in 2007, but fans can still look forward to some new short stories, to be released by Delacorte Press, Publishers Weekly reported. Fourteen previously unpublished stories are to be issued in November in a collection titled “Look at the Birdie.” Delacorte also plans to issue new editions of 15 Vonnegut titles — including “The Sirens of Titan,” “Mother Night,” “Slaughterhouse Five” and “Galápagos” — in packages that will feature artwork by the author. Delacorte is working on additional unpublished works, including a second collection of Vonnegut’s unpublished writings and a book of his letters as well as a new memoir by Vonnegut’s son, Mark Vonnegut, a doctor and the author of the 1975 book “The Eden Express: A Memoir of Insanity.”
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