Iain McKay (An Anarchist FAQ) has proposed a Proudhon reader to AK Press, and they seem enthused enough to have posted something about it on their UK site. He has posted his tentative ideas about works to be included and organization for the volume at the Anarchist Writers blog site, including some of my notes about the relative importance of Proudhon's works. There are important questions to be answered, in order to provide the most useful slice of a very large body of work. It would be useful to hear from a range of potential readers, so pass on any thoughts you have to Iain, or to me.
Along similar lines, Crispin Sartwell and I have renewed our collaboration (which suffered for a year or so from a lot of inconvenient "life" stuff) with a series of relatively low-priced print-on-demand anthologies, including the largely-assembled Josiah Warren as our goal. I would love to hear what hard-to-find material would be of most interest, and which of those things you know are out there, somewhere, on the net you think you would actually read, if it was just a matter of pulling the book off a shelf.