There's a handful of writers I read absolutely everything by. David Mitchell is on that list. Cloud Atlas was the first book of his I read and, when I finished it, I read everything else he has published. A new book release is coming in 2010. But, it's a little too far away for my liking (good thing I have ever-productive Paul Auster too!)
So, I was delighted to find this article in the Guardian to tie me over. It's from a collection the Amnesty International anthology, Freedom, marking 60 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which also includes contributions from Yann Martel, Paul Coehlo and Ali Smith, to name but a few.