New Pynchon Book Called The Bleeding Edge

You all already heard this, right? For those of you who aren’t good with the “Int-er-net”:

The secretive novelist Thomas Pynchon is back. He will publish a new book, titled “The Bleeding Edge,” his long-time publisher, Penguin Press, said on Friday. No publication date has been set.

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