In April, 1984 Little, Brown and Company will publish a collection said to contain five of Pynchon's six previously published short stories, plus a 7500-word introduction by Pynchon. Which story will be omitted has not been revealed. According to an item in the New York Times of September 23, 1983 announcing the publication, "'Pynchon became annoyed about the illegal pirating of his stories,' Melanie Jackson, the author's literary agent, said."
How to Cite:
Krafft, J. M. & Tölölyan, K., (1983) “Notes”, Pynchon Notes 13, p.71. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/pn.411