Reprint ordered for Orange Prize-winner

<p>A reprint of Marilynne Robinson&rsquo;s Orange Prize-winning novel <em>Home </em>is set to hit the shops this afternoon after &quot;presses began rolling last night&quot; once the announcement was made.<br /><br />A print-run of 25,000 citing Robinson&#39;s win on the jacket was set in motion by publisher Virago, with another one planned &quot;very soon&quot; said Robinson&rsquo;s editor Lennie Goodings.<br /><br />Virago is also planning Underground posters and press advertising to promote the title.<br /><br />Goodings said: &quot;We&#39;re very pleased. We just felt that a lot of people wanted Robinson to win . . . The last time she was in this country was 20 years ago and her readership has been growing since then.&quot;</p><p><em>Home</em>, which was first published in 2008, has sold 9,852 copies in all editions according to Nielsen BookScan; however Robinson&#39;s three titles, <em>Gilead, Housekeeping </em>and <em>Home </em>have altogether volume sales of 97,832 copies. </p>