If you're looking to buy the poetry of the new Nobel laureate, Sweden's Tomas Transtromer, you'll probably have to wait.
Most laureates enjoy at least a brief sales bump, but copies of "The Great Enigma," "The Half-Finished Heaven" and other collections were out of stock Thursday for at least a week at Amazon.com and other stores. And none of his work is likely to be available as an e-book soon. Most poetry cannot be downloaded onto the Kindle or other devices because of formatting problems
The work of the 80-year-old Transtromer has been released by several U.S. publishers and reissues are planned. Farrar, Straus & Giroux announced Thursday that it had acquired a 2006 collection, "The Deleted World," and would have it out before Christmas.
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