Books in print
If you have enjoyed reading the works of P. G. Wodehouse on this site, we urge you to consider buying copies of his books, most of which are still in print.
In the USA, the Overlook Press produces hardcover editions which are practically identical to the Everyman's version, while W. W. Norton produces paperback editions, though they concentrate mostly on the later books.
The list below shows the novels and story collections containing pre-1923 material (nearly all of which is presented on this site) and currently available in print (updated 21 October 2016):
|A Prefect's Uncle||1903||✓||✓|
|Tales of St. Austin's†||1903||✓||✓|
|The Gold Bat||1904||✓||✓|
|The Head of Kay's||1905||✓||✓|
|Love Among the Chickens||1906||✓||✓|
|The White Feather||1907||✓||✓|
|Not George Washington||1907||✓||✓|
|The Luck Stone||1908||✓||✓|
|Mike at Wrykyn||1909||✓||✓|
|Mike and Psmith||1909||✓||✓|
|A Gentleman of Leisure||1910||✓||✓|
|Psmith in the City||1910||✓||✓|
|The Prince and Betty||1912||✓||✓|
|The Little Nugget||1913||✓||✓|
|The Man Upstairs†||1914||✓||✓|
|The Man With Two Left Feet†||1917||✓||✓|
|My Man Jeeves†||1919||✓||✓|
|A Damsel in Distress||1919||✓||✓||✓|
|Jill the Reckless||1920||✓||✓|
|The Coming of Bill||1920||✓||✓|
|Indiscretions of Archie||1921||✓||✓|
|The Clicking of Cuthbert†||1922||✓||✓||✓|
|The Girl on the Boat||1922||✓||✓|
|The Adventures of Sally||1922||✓||✓||✓|
|The Inimitable Jeeves*||1923||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Carry On, Jeeves*||1925||✓||✓||✓|
|Kid Brady stories and|
A Man of Means‡
|The Swoop! and|
The Military Invasion of America‡
|Tales of Wrykyn‡||various||✓||✓|
*containing stories published in magazines before 1923
‡new hardcover compilations of pre-1923 stories
In addition to the regular titles, Arrow, W. W. Norton, and Random House (Hutchinson) publish omnibus collections of PGW's books and stories. They also sell legitimate electronic copies for use with modern devices such as ebook readers, mobile phones, laptops etc.
Be cautious about purchasing books and e-books from unknown publishers; many quickly-produced editions are derived from public domain Internet sources such as Project Gutenberg texts. Many of these are published without careful editing or proofreading. Purchasing these benefits neither the reader nor the Wodehouse estate, and their distribution outside the USA is generally not legal anyway.
Piracy is a crime which impacts everyone. With the loss of appropriate revenue both the publishers who print the books and the authors who create them will be adversely affected, and ultimately, the consumer will be affected due to dearth of creativity.
We are pleased to offer the public domain (in the United States) materials on this site in the hope that it will inspire people to seek out other Wodehouse books. We in no way encourage breaking the copyright laws of any country.
Please do contact your local booksellers, or the online retailers who serve your particular country, and keep buying real books!