Although I apparently did not notice it at the time, The Illuminati Papers was released as a ebook in January of this year -- making it the first RAW nonfiction book to be available on Kindle, aside from Everything is Under Control.
There needs to be more of this. John Higgs asked me recently on Twitter if more of RAW's books will be released as electronic books, and I answered that I have no inside information but that I have been told more are on the way. Higgs replied that releasing more RAW ebooks would make his work much more available in Great Britain, where his print books are hard to find.
Isn't that true of the U.S., as well? The biggest book chain, Borders, disappeared last year, but even when there were more physical bookstores, ILLUMINATUS! was just about the only book you could expect to find on a shelf. Whether people like it or not, the market is moving toward ebooks, and Robert Anton Wilson's work needs to be made widely available in that medium.