Publishers of this year's winners of the Pulitzers are going back to press. History winner Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention by Manning Marable will see the most significant new print run, with Penguin Trade publishing 9,000 copies with a sticker adhered to the book and an additional 10,000 with the seal imprinted on the cover. W.W. Norton will go back to press for 15,000 copies of The Swerve: How the World Became Modern by Stephen Greenblatt, winner of the General Nonfiction Pulitzer. As previously reported, Graywolf will add 10,000 copies to its 7,000 already in print for poetry winner Life on Mars by Tracy K. Smith. Penguin Press has no immediate plans to reprint, but will be stickering copies of George F. Keenan: An American Life, biography winner, which is still in hardcover.