From "Kindling the Fires of Faith" (sub required for full piece), an article in the August 23rd edition of National Catholic Register:
For now, e-books aren’t replacing paper books — but they can supplement them. As Father Fessio noted about his own Ignatius Press, “We prefer books in the traditional print medium, especially the kinds of books we ordinarily publish — books that have lasting value and the beauty of whose outward form reflects, incarnates the nobility of the content. For those whose idea of a cozy living room is not a wall of bookshelves with one Kindle in the corner, or who like to touch real paper and see real ink when they relax to read, we intend to continue to publish ‘real books.’
Here is a partial list, on Insight Scoop, of the Ignatius Press books now available (or available soon) in electronic format. And here is a listing on Ignatius.com. I especially, and with complete objectivity, recommend this title.