From The Age (Melbourne, Australia):
Penguin's Ben Ball has now added the first non-Australian to the local Hamish Hamilton list. And a big name it is too - David Foster Wallace. Ball and HH publishing director Simon Prosser in Britain have together bought the rights to The Pale King, the novel on which Wallace had been working for 10 years at the time of his suicide, and a collection of unpublished writing. Ball says that one of the factors in their success was the fact that there would be a separate Australian publisher; apparently the Wallace estate acknowledges an Australian fan site as the most active.
It's also great to confirm that some of DFW's uncollected
/ unpublished writing will appear in an official volume, and super nice to get a nod about this site!