Life After Death: Literature Published Posthumously
An author’s death rarely means the end of original works from them – The Pale King by David Foster Wallace is the latest and greatest example.
A dusty, forgotten manuscript found in a cardboard box soon becomes a bestseller. Sometimes the author’s talent goes unrecognized and success comes after their death. This broad selection – ranging from Agatha Christie to Dorothy L. Sayers – covers literature published posthumously. Learn more.