Running with the success of its mash-up titles, launched with the surprise bestseller Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Quirk Books has unveiled a Web site dedicated to the tongue-in-cheek series, The site, which went live November 9, encourages fans of P&P&Z and the mash-up craze to discuss the titles on message boards, post to fan forums, and talk to the series editor and authors. Event listings centered around the books, such as readings and author appearances, are also included. In addition, the Philadelphia-based press has announced on the site the next title in the Quirk Classics series, a prequel to P&P&Z called Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls.

While there may be a time not far off when fans' interest in the mash-ups abates, it seemingly hasn't happened yet. According to Quirk, the second title in the series, published on September 15, Sense and Sensibilty and Sea Monsters, currently has 350,000 copies in print. When asked if the house thinks interest in Quirk Classics might fall off preciptously, publicity manager Melissa Monachello said the publisher is "paying close attention to expectations going forward" but is still enjoying significant success with the line "and solid sales records."