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                        TERRY PRATCHETT BIBLIOGRAPHY
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    This is the bibliography of the bestselling author Terry Pratchett.
    In it are listed uk & merkin editions of his books which have been
    published for open sale (i.e. it excludes editions available only to
    book club members) and the 'blurbs' to the first uk (& commonwealth)
    hardcover and paperback editions of each are given, by way of intro-
    duction. Information on his shorter fiction, on books and on maps of
    associational interest, & on "forn language" editions is also given,
    where known.

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  Contributions, corrections, comments and changes should be directed to:

  ppint. <ppint@lspace.org> who now maintains the bibliography; please cc.
   to orin <orin@lspace.org>: and many thanks to him, for his work on it,
   over the years, and to the many afpers & abp-ers, who've contributed.

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1.  The Discworld Series

1.1  The Colour of Magic
1.2  The Light Fantastic
1.3  Equal Rites
1.4  Mort
1.5  Sourcery
1.6  Wyrd Sisters
1.7  Pyramids
1.8  Guards! Guards!
1.9  Eric
1.10 Moving Pictures
1.11 Reaper Man
1.12 Witches Abroad
1.13 Small Gods
1.14 Lords and Ladies
1.15 Men At Arms
1.16 Soul Music
1.17 The Witches Trilogy (Omnibus of 1.3, 1.6 & 1.12)
1.18 Interesting Times
1.19 Maskerade
1.20 Feet of Clay
1.21 Hogfather [merkin mmp/b scheduled 9/99]
1.22 Jingo
1.23 The Last Continent
1.24 The Death Trilogy (Omnibus of 1.4, 1.11 & 1.16)
1.25 Carpe Jugulum [p/b scheduled 5/11/99][merkin h/cvr sched. 9/99]
1.26 The Colour of Magic: The Light Fantastic: The First Discworld Novels
     [Omnibus of 1.1 & 1.2]
1.27 City Watch Trilogy
     [Omnibus of 1.8, 1.15 & 1.20, i suspect] [scheduled 10/99]
1.28 The Fifth Elephant [scheduled 11/99; p/b due 11/00 (y2k - eeek !)]
1.29 [nothing advised: likely to be scheduled for 5 or 11/00]

2.  Non-Series Novels

2.1 The Carpet People (1st Edition)
2.2 The Carpet People (2nd Edition)
2.3 The Dark Side of the Sun
2.4 Strata

3.  The Nomes Series (The Bromeliad)

3.1 Truckers
3.2 Diggers
3.3 Wings
3.4 [The Bromeliad] (omnibus of 3.1, .2 & .3)

4.  The Johnny Maxwell Series
4.1 Only You Can Save Mankind
4.2 Johnny and the Dead
4.3 Johnny and the Bomb

5.  Collaborations
5.1 Good Omens (with Neil Gaiman)
5.2 The Unadulterated Cat (with Gray Joliffe)

6.  Translations

6.1 Dutch [information added 12/12/98: many thanks to daniel proost]
6.2 Finnish
6.3 French [information added 5, 10/98 7/7/99: many thanks to dominic dunlop]
6.4 German [information added 5/5, 10/10/98: many thanks to beate schwentzick]
           [information added 8/98, 7/7/99: many thanks to frank luedke]
    [identification of original titles added 9/9/98: many thanks to drake]
6.5 Israeli [information added 7/7/99: many thanks to <?>]
6.6 Italian
6.7 Norwegian [informn. added 7/7/98: many thanks to magne oestlyngen]
6.8 Polish [information added 10/98: many thanks to grzegorz sapijaszko]
           [information added 7/7/99: many thanks to piotr szotkowski
6.9 Spanish
6.10 Swedish

7.  Miscellany

7.1  Short Stories [their original publication, and subsequent reprints].
7.2  Truckers [Picture Book based on the Cosgrove Hall animated cartoon]
7.3  Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic - The Graphic Novel
7.4  Terry Pratchett's The Light Fantastic    [graphic novel]
7.5  Mort: A Discworld Big Comic              [graphic novel]
7.6  Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters - The Play
7.7  Terry Pratchett's Mort - The Play
7.8  Terry Pratchett's Guards! Guards! - The Play
7.9  Terry Pratchett's Men at Arms - The Play
7.10 Soul Music: The Illustrated Screenplay
7.11 GURPS Discworld [fantasy role-playing game]
7.12 Wyrd Sisters: The Illustrated Screenplay
7.13 Terry Pratchett's Maskerade - The Play

7a.   Discworld "Non-Fiction" & Art Books

7a.1  The Fantasy Art of Josh Kirby (Josh Kirby)  [art book]
7a.2  In The Gardens of Unearthly Delights (Josh Kirby) [art book]
7a.3  The Josh Kirby Portfolio (Josh Kirby) [art book]
7a.4  The Streets of Ankh Morpork (Stephen Briggs, with Terry) [map]
7a.5  The Discworld Companion (Stephen Briggs, with Terry) [encyclopedia]
7a.5u The Discworld Companion updated edition (Stephen Briggs, with Terry)
7a.6  The Discworld Mapp (Stephen Briggs, with Terry) [map]
7a.7  Terry Pratchett's Discworld - The Official Strategy Guide
                             (Glenn Edridge) [computer game guidebook]
7a.7a Unseen University Challenge (David Langford) [quizbook]
7a.9  The Pratchett Portfolio (Paul Kidby + Terry) [art book]
7a.10 Terry Pratchett's Discworld II - Missing Presumed...!?
      The Official Strategy Guide (Paul Kidd) [computer game guidebook]
7a.11 Discworld Unseen University Diary 1998 (CMOT Briggs, Terry & Paul Kidby)
7a.12 A Tourist Guide to Lancre [tourist's and walker's guide, plus map]
7a.13 Terry Pratchett Discworld Colllector's Edition 1999 Calendar
7a.14 Discworld's Ankh-Morpork City Watch Diary 1999
7a.15 Terry Pratchett Discworld Collector's Edition 1999 Day-to-Day Calendar
7a.16 Death's Domain [the fourth discworld map]
7a.17 The Science of Discworld [p/b estimated 6/00 - y2k - eek!]
7a.18 Discworld's Assassins' Guild Diary 2000 [scheduled 19/8/99]
7a.19 Nanny Ogg's Cook Book [scheduled 11/99]

9.  Notes on publishers & ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers),
    and on book formats

9.1 Note on uk publishers & ISBNs
9.2 Note on merkin publishers & ISBNs.
9.3 Note on non-english language editions' publishers & ISBNs.
9.4 Note on book formats.

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 The blurbs given here are to UK & Commonwealth editions.

 Note on Publishers, ISBNs, and book formats at end of this bibliography;
 but briefly, "p/b" indicates a uk paperback, "mmp/b" a merkin (us) mass
 market paperback edition, whilst "h/cvr" signifies a hardcover edition.

 %A = author    %T = title     %I = imprint     %D = date of publication

 Note on cover artists.

  Josh Kirby is the single artist most popularly associated with Terry's
 books, though he was not in fact the first artist to produce cover art
 for his work - Terry himself did that - nor even that of the very first
 Discworld novel, _The Colour of Magic_; but he was Transworld's choice
 for cover artist for the first p/b of this, and has graced - or disgraced
 (<g>) the covers of the uk editions of the Discworld books ever since -
 with one exception: Transworld tested a "serious" cover on a printing of
 _The Colour of Magic_ in an apparent attempt to broaden the sales appeal
 to encompass sad people hitherto put off what some have described as lit-
 erature, by visibly non-serious cover art. the attempt was not entirely
 successful, and has not been repeated - or even reprinted.

  the (merkin) mmp/bs from New American Library (later Penguin USA) Signet
 /Roc have featured cover artwork by Darrell K. Sweet that most, but not
 all, who have compared with Josh Kirby's, concur to be less in sympathy
 with the feel of the Discworld (though by no means necessarily less true
 to the descriptions of the characters in Terry's text; rather, the reverse).
 apparently the Signet/Roc mmp/bs of _The Light Fantastic_, _Equal Rights_,
 & _Mort_ use josh kirby's artwork. [these not seen by myself; but i suspect,
 this being so, the cover art of _The Colour of Magic_ does, too.(ppint.)]

  later merkin h/cvr editions published by HarperCollins have altogether
 more "serious" cover art: designs deemed to be symbolic of the novels,
 rather than illustrative of them, by Michael Sabanosh, & Carl D.Galian.

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1. The Discworld Series

 Without a doubt, the most popular series of books that Terry Pratchett
 has written.

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1.1 The Colour of Magic

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Colour of Magic
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr) (cvr art: Alan Smith)
%D 11/83
ISBN 0-86140-089-5 [this edition now out of print]
%I St. Martin's (merkin h/cvr) (cvr art: Alan Smith)
%D [?11/83]
ISBN
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 1985 [re-set, c.1993/4 i think. (ppint.)]
ISBN 0-552-12475-3
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr) (+ intro by Terry; new cover art - by Josh Kirby)
%D 1989
ISBN 0-86140-324-X
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D /87 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-15705-2
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1993
ISBN 0-552-14017-1
%I ROC (mmp/b)
%D
ISBN 0-451-45112-0
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 1-85695-800-0
%I Victor Gollancz (miniature h/cvr)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-575-06165-0
there is also a large-print h/cvr edn:
%I Isis
%D (not yet known)
ISBN (not yet known)

1st edition h/cvr blurb (thank-you for the d-j, colin smythe :-) ):

         Terry Pratchett has invented a phantasmagorical universe in
        which a blissfully naive interplanetary tourist called Two-
        flower joins up with a drop-out wizard whose spells only seem
        to work half of the time. Together they undertake a chaotic
        voyage through a crazy world filled with monsters and dragons,
        heroes and knaves. Pratchett has taken the sword and sorcery
        fantasy tradition and turned it in its ear to create an enter-
        taining and bizarre spoof.

h/cvr blurb (of the 1995 printing):

        Since the publication of _The Colour of Magic_ in 1983, Terry
        Pratchett's Discworld series (described by the _Guardian_ as
        `a sequence of unalloyed delight') now has seventeen bestselling
        titles currently in print, every one of which has received rapt-
        urous reviews. As the American _Publisher's Weekly_ wrote, in
        this first volume of the series Rincewind, an inept wizard, takes
        on the job of `shepherding a naive actuary, Twoflower, his world's
        first tourist, through a series of increasingly hazardous and out-
        rageous adventures. Assisting Rincewind's rather inconsistent pow-
        ers in protecting Twoflower is the Luggage, a sentient trunk that
        follows him through all manner of adversity on its hundreds of
        little legs. Heroic barbarians, chthonic monsters, beautiful prin-
        cesses and fiery dragons; they're all here, but none of them is
        doing business as usual.'

p/b blurb:

        Jerome K. Jerome meets _Lord of the Rings_ (with a touch of _Peter
        Pan_)...[this first part omitted from the 1994 re-set p/b edition]

        On a world supported on the back of a giant turtle (sex unknown),
        a gleeful, explosive, wickedly eccentric expedition sets out.

        There's an avaricious but inept wizard, a naive tourist whose
        luggage moves on hundreds of dear little legs, dragons who only
        exist if you believe in them, and of course THE EDGE of the
        planet...

         The wackiest and most original fantasy since _Hitchhikers Guide
        to the Galaxy_.


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1.2 The Light Fantastic

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Light Fantastic
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr) [distr. in merkia & canadadada by Dufour Editions]
%D 6/86
ISBN 0-86140-203-0
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 9/86 [re-set 1994]
ISBN 0-552-12848-1
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D 3/88 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-15297-2
%I Signet [? Roc ?] (mmp/b)
%D (not yet known) [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-16241-2
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1993
ISBN 0-552-14018-X
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 1-85695-831-0
%I Victor Gollancz (miniature h/cvr)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-575-06164-2
%I Roc (mmp/b) (4th penguin printing)
%D 6/98
ISBN 0-451-16241-2
there is also a large-print h/cvr edn:
%I Isis
%D (not yet known)
ISBN (not yet known)

h/cvr blurb:

        In _The Colour of Magic_, the singularly inept and cowardly wiz-
        ard Rincewind, Twoflower, the Discworld's first tourist, and his
        remarkable Luggage, were last seen falling off its edge, with no
        help in sight.
         In this sequel, the Discworld is moving towards a seemingly in-
        evitable collision with a malevolent red star, and it has only
        one possible saviour. Unfortunately this happens to be Rincewind. . .

p/b blurb:

        As it moves towards a seemingly inevitable collision with a mal-
        evolent red star, the Discworld has only one possible saviour.
        Unfortunately, this happens to be the singularly inept and coward
        -ly wizard called Rincewind, who was last seen falling off the
        edge of the world ....
        The funniest and most unorthodox fantasy in this or any other galaxy.


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1.3 Equal Rites

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Equal Rites
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) "in association with Colin Smythe"
%D 1/87 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-03950-7
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 1987 [re-set 1994]
ISBN 0-552-13105-9
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D 9/88 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-15704-4
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1993
ISBN 0-552-14016-3
%I Isis [large-print h/cvr edn]
%D c.1994
ISBN 1-85695-387-4
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D (not yet known) [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45092-2
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 1-85695-828-0
%I Victor Gollancz (miniature h/cvr)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-575-06166-9
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [larger format - letterbox design d.j.]
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-575-06410-2
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 4/98
ISBN 0-451-.....-. (n.y.k.)



h/cvr blurb:

        Plodding through the eternal void is the great turtle A'Tuin. On
        his back (or hers - the question is unresolved) stand four eleph-
        ants. And supported on the elephants' shoulders is. . . Discworld,
        planet of magic and misadventure!

        Predicting his own death, the wizard Drum Billet sets out to pass
        on his power and his staff to his predicted successor, the eighth
        son of an eighth son. But there is a problem. The eighth son turns
        out to be a daughter, and women aren't supposed to be wizards.
        (`Where does it say women can't be wizards?' `It doesn't say it
        anywhere, it says it everywhere.') But it's too late: Eskarina in-
        herits the wizard's staff, and with the reluctant help of the witch
        Granny Weatherwax sets out to learn her new calling.

p/b blurb:

        The last thing the wizard Drum Billet did, before Death laid a bony
        hand on his shoulder, was to pass on his staff of power to the eighth
        son of an eighth son. Unfortunately for his colleagues in the chauv-
        inistic (not to say mysogynistic) world of magic, he failed to check
        on the new-born baby's sex ...
        A third hilarious adventure by the author of _The Colour of Magic_
        and _The Light Fantastic_.


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1.4 Mort

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Mort
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) "in association with Colin Smythe"
%D 11/87 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04171-4
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 11/88
ISBN 0-552-13106-7
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D 4/89 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-15923-3
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1994
ISBN 0-552-14015-5
%I Roc mmp/b
%D (not yet known) [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45113-9
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 1-85695-845-0
%I Victor Gollancz (miniature h/cvr)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-575-06167-7
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [larger format; letterbox d.j.]
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-575-06408-0
%I Roc mmp/b
%D 8/98 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-451-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I Isis [large-print h/cvr edn]
%D (not yet known)
ISBN 1-85089-044-7

h/cvr blurb:

        In _Mort_, Terry Pratchett returns to `Discworld', the setting
        for his popular series of comic fantasy novels, _The Colour of
        Magic_, _The Light Fantastic_, and _Equal Rites_.

        Mort is an unpromising, gangling teenager who becomes as apprent-
        ice to Death, but proves less than gifted at his new task of ush-
        ering souls out of the world. In fact, when it comes to the rath-
        er attractive Princess Keli (due to be assassinated) Mort fluffs
        it completely. He kills the assassin instead, thus interfering
        with the implacable workings of Fate. But reality isn't changed
        so easily; history as it should have been begins to take shape
        around Keli's city-state of Sto Lat. Can Mort save Keli before
        she is squeezed out of existence?

        Death, having delegated much of his work to Mort, is displaying
        disturbingly human characteristics: drinking, dice-playing and
        becoming curious about the nature of fun. Mort, meanwhile, is
        becoming much less cheery and showing a worrying tendency to
        SPEAK IN HOLLOW CAPITALS...

p/b blurb:

        Death comes to us all.  When he came to Mort, he offered him a job.

        After being assured that being dead was not compulsory, Mort accept-
        ed.  However, he soon found that romantic longings did not mix eas-
        ily with the responsibilities of being Death's apprentice...


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1.5 Sourcery

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Sourcery
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) "in association with Colin Smythe"
%D 5/88 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04217-6
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 5/89
ISBN 0-552-13107-5
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D 12/89 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-16233-1
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1994
ISBN 0-552-14011-2
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 1-85695-862-0
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [larger format; letterbox design d-j]
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-575-06409-9
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 8/98
ISBN 0-451-.....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        A sourcerer is born - a wizard so powerful that by comparison all
        other magic is just mucking around in pointy hats.
         And his very existence brings the Discworld, which is of course
        flat and rides through space on the back of an enormous turtle, to
        the very verge of all-out thaumaturgical war*.
         All that stands in the way is Rincewind, the failed magician, who
        wants to save the world, or at least that part of it which contains
        him. More new characters join the Discworld adventure: Conina the
        barbarian hairdresser, Nijel the Destroyer (whose mother still makes
        him wear woolly underwear) and possibly the first yuppie genie, who's
        into lamps as a growth area.
         This time the adventure goes east, or hubwards, or whatever. It
        doesn't simply draw heavily on _Omar Khayyam_, _Raiders of the Lost
        Ark_, the _1001 Nights_ and every Arabian B-movie ever made, it
        scribbles on them as well. . .

        * A bad thing


p/b blurb:

        There was an eighth son of an eighth son.  He was, quite naturally,
        a wizard.  And there it should have ended. However (for reasons we'd
        better not go into), he had seven sons.  And then he had an eighth
        son ... a wizard squared ... a source of magic ... a Sourcerer.


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1.6 Wyrd Sisters

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Wyrd Sisters
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 11/88 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04363-6
%I Corgi
%D 11/89 (p/b)
ISBN 0-552-13460-0 (p/b)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1994
ISBN 0-552-14014-7
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D (not yet known) [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45012-4
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1996
ISBN 0-7531-0021-5
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [larger format; letterbox design d-j]
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-575-06411-0


h/cvr blurb:

        Kingdoms wobble, crowns topple and knives flash on the magical
        Discworld as the statutory three witches meddle in royal politics.
         But Granny Weatherwax (of _Equal Rites_) and her fellow coven
        members find it's all a lot more difficult than playwrights would
        have you believe. . .
         Everything you'd expect is here - hunchbacked kings, lost crowns
        and disguised heirs. And they are joined by things you haven't
        heard of yet, like a stage-struck thunderstorm and the first record-
        ed instance of the in-flight refuelling of a broomstick. Through it
        all the wyrd sisters ("This cauldron's got all _yuk_ in it!") battle
        against frightful odds to put the rightful king on the throne.
          At least, that's what they think. . .
         _Wyrd Sisters_ is the sixth of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels,
        which are now well-established as the funniest fantasy series ever -
        and among the funniest novels of any kind currently being published.

p/b blurb:

        Witches are not by their nature gregarious, and they certainly don't
        have leaders. Granny Weatherwax was the most highly-regarded of the
        leaders they didn't have. But even *she* found that meddling in royal
        politics was a lot more difficult than certain playwrights would have
        you believe ...


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1.7 Pyramids

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Pyramids
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 5/89 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04463-2
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 6/90
ISBN 0-552-13461-9
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-552-14013-9
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 12/89 [? or /90 ?] [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45044-2
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1997
ISBN 0-7531-0140-8
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 5/97
ISBN 0-575-06484-6
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 10/98 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-451-.....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        It isn't easy, being a teenage pharoah. You're not allowed to carry
        money, uninhibited young women peel your grapes for you, everyone
        thinks you're responsible for making the sun rise and the corn grow,
        you keep dreaming about seven thin cows and seven fat cows* and, on
        top of everything else, the Great Pyramid has just exploded because
        of paracosmic instability.

        And then you've got to deal with all these assassins, sphinxes, huge
        wooden horses, mad high priests, philosophers, sacred crocodiles,
        gods, marching mummies, jobbing pyramid builders and Hat, the Vult-
        ure-Headed God of Unexpected Guests.

        And all you _really_ wanted was the chance to do something for young
        people and the inner cities.

        Definitely the funniest Discworld book since the last one.

        *One of them playing a trombone.

p/b blurb:

        Being trained by the Assassin's Guild in Ankh-Morpork did not fit
        Teppic for the task assigned to him by fate. He inherited the throne
        of the desert kingdom of Djelibeybi rather earlier than he expected
        (his father wasn't too happy about it either), but that was only the
        beginning of his problems ...


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1.8 Guards! Guards!

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Guards! Guards!
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)[this edition now out of print]
%D 11/89
ISBN 0-575-04606-6
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 11/90
ISBN 0-552-13462-7
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-552-14012-0
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 7/91
ISBN 0-451-45089-2
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-7531-0016-9
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 5/97
ISBN 0-575-06485-4
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 10/98 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-451-.....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        _`Of all the cities in the world it could have flown into, it flew
        into mine. . .'_

        Some night-time prowler is turning the citizens of Ankh-Morpork,
        greatest city of the fantasy Discworld*, into something resembling
        small charcoal biscuits.

        And that's a real problem for Captain Vimes of the City Watch, who
        must tramp the mean streets of the city searching for a seventy-
        foot-long fire-breathing dragon which, he believes, can help him
        with their enquiries.

        In a city thrown into turmoil by magic, charcoal biscuits, secret
        societies and mad lady dragon breeders (`Just tell him _sit_ if he's
        bothering you'), he's just looking for the facts.

        * Which is flat and rides through space on the back of four elephants
        who stand on the shell of an enormous turtle, as every scholar knows.


p/b blurb:

        This is where the dragons went.  They lie... not dead, not asleep,
        but... dormant.  And although the space they occupy isn't like normal
        space, nevertheless they are packed in tightly.  They could put you
        in mind of a can of sardines, if you thought sardines were huge and
        scaly.  And presumably, somewhere, there's a key ...

        GUARDS! GUARDS! IS THE EIGHTH DISCWORLD NOVEL - AND AFTER THIS,
        DRAGONS WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN!


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1.9 Eric

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Eric
%I Victor Gollancz (very large format illustrated hardback and paperback)
[vlf p/b is 7.6"/19.5cm wide by 11"/28cm tall; h/cvr boards a little larger]
%D 8/90 (both); both subs. reprinted. [all these editions now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04636-8 (vlf colour-illustr. h/cvr)
ISBN 0-575-06836-0 (vlf clr.-illustr.p'bk.)[h/cvr signatures in card covers]
%I VGSF ("in association with Corgi") (a format p/b: text only)
%D 8/91 (11th impressiom 11/95)
ISBN 0-575-05191-4 [this edition is now out of print, replaced by:]
%I Vista ("in association with Corgi Books") (a format p/b: text only)
%D '96   (f.cvr. adds embossed gold to terry's name, which is now in caps;
[and re-   also resets "Faust", "Eric", "A Discworld Novel" - and even
 prints]   the crossing-out of "Faust" [!!] - which some might account
           improvements - but reversing the artwork was a *bad* idea;
           Rincewind, the Parrot, the Luggage and Eric are lost from centre
           stage, shrunk by five ninths, and ignominiously half-wrapped
           off its lefthand edge, onto the book's spine. find a vgsf copy.)
ISBN 0-575-60001-2
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1/7/97 (actually available 30/6/97)
ISBN 0-552-14572-6
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 9/95 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45357-3
%I Roc (mmp/b) (2nd penguin printing)
%D 6/98
ISBN 0-451-45357-3

[merkia lost out on the illustrated,  very  large format edition of Eric;
this was recounted in the Great Eric Saga, subtitled: "Why The US Lose on
Eric", in at least one of the afp FAQs - but it seems to have disappeared
into a well-hidden pocket of L-space,  at  some time after the appearance
of the Roc mmp/b circa 8/95.]

h/cvr (& vlf p/b back cover) blurb:

        You've heard of Faust...

        This is Eric.

        There's a difference.

        Eric is fourteen, lives on the famed and magical Discworld, and is
        the first ever demonology hacker. Fortunately, he doesn't succeed
        in raising any devils, but he does raise Rincewind (the most incom-
        petent wizard in the universe) and the Luggage (the world's most
        dangerous travel accessory).

        When Eric turns them loose on an unprotected world, the idea is that
        Rincewind will grant him his three rather adolescent wishes.

        You know. The usual three. Live forever, rule the world, meet the
        most beautiful woman who ever lived. Simple, really...

        Getting marooned at the dawn of Time, changing the future and meet-
        ing history's most embarrassing god is only the start. Creating life
        on the Discworld is a mere detail.

        Because Rincewind ends up going through Hell.

        Literally.

        It'll never be the same again.

a format p/b blurb:

        Eric is the Discworld's only demonology hacker.

        Pity he's not very good at it.

        All he wants is three wishes granted.  Nothing fancy - to be imm-
        ortal, rule the world, have the most beautiful woman in the world
        fall madly in love with him, the usual stuff.

        But instead of a tractable demon, he calls up Rincewind, probably
        the most incompetent wizard in the universe, and the extremely
        _intractable_ and hostile form of travel accessory known as the
        Luggage.

        With them on his side, Eric's in for a ride through space and time
        that is bound to make him wish (quite fervently) again - this time
        that he'd never been born.


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1.10 Moving Pictures

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Moving Pictures
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 11/90 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04763-1
%I Corgi
%D 11/91 (p/b)
ISBN 0-552-13463-5 (p/b)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-552-14010-4
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 1/92
ISBN 0-451-45131-7
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1997
ISBN 0-7531-0039-4
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 5/97
ISBN 0-575-06486-2

h/cvr blurb:

        Cameras roll - which means the imps inside have to paint _really
        fast_ - in the fantastic Discworld when the alchemists discover
        the magic of the silver screen.

        But what is the dark secret of Holy Wood hill?

        As the alien clich‚s of Tinsel Town pour into the world, it's up
        to the Disc's first film stars to find out. . .

        THRILL as Victor Tugelbend ("Can't sing. Can't dance. Can handle
        a sword a little") and Theda Withel ("I come from a little town
        you've probably never even heard of") battle the forces of evil
        and cinema advertising. . .

        SCREAM as Gaspode the Wonder Dog nearly saves the day. . .

        EAT POPCORN as you watch the filming of `Blown Away', the oddest
        Civil War picture ever made. . .

        A Passionate Saga Set Against the Background of a World Gone Mad!

        This Will Amaze You!

        With a Thousand Elephants!

        ("And afterwards, why not dine at Harga's House of Ribs, for the
        best in international cuisine; only two minutes from this book. . .")

p/b blurb:

        The alchemists of the Discworld have discovered the magic of the
        silver screen.  But what is the dark secret of Holy Wood hill?
        It's up to Victor Tugelbend ("Can't sing.  Can't dance. Can handle
        a sword a little") and Theda Withel ("I come from a little town
        you've probably never heard of") to find out ...
        Moving Pictures, the ninth Discworld novel, is a gloriously funny
        saga set against the background of a world gone mad!


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1.11 Reaper Man

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Reaper Man
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 5/91 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04979-8
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 5/92
ISBN 0-552-13464-3
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-552-14009-0
%I Roc (mmp/b) (cvr Darrell K. Sweet)
%D 7/92
ISBN 0-451-45168-6
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-7531-0019-3
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 5/97
ISBN 0-575-06483-8

h/cvr blurb: [paras. ?]

        Death is missing - presumed ... er ... gone.

        Which leads to the kind of chaos you _always_ get when an import-
        ant public service is withdrawn.

        Ghosts and poltergeists fill up the Discworld. Dead Rights act-
        ivist Reg Shoe - `You Don't Have to Take This Lying Down' - sud-
        denly has more work than he had ever dreamed of.  And newly de-
        ceased wizard Windle Poons wakes up in his coffin to find that he
        has come back as a corpse.

        But it's up to Windle and the members of Ankh-Morpork's rather
        unfrightening group of undead (*) to save the world for the
        living.

        Meanwhile, on a little farm far, far away, a tall, dark stranger
        is turning out to be really good with a scythe. There's a harvest
        to be got in.  And a different battle to be fought.

        (*) Arthur Winkings, for example, became a vampire after being
        bitten by a lawyer.  Schleppel the bogeyman would be better at
        his job if he wasn't agoraphobic and frightened of coming out of
        the closet.  And Mr Ixolite is a banshee with a speech impedim-
        ent, so instead of standing on the roof and screaming when
        there's a death in the house he writes `OooEeeOooEeeOoo' on a
        piece of paper and pushes it under the door.

p/b blurb:

        *DEATH IS MISSING - PRESUMED ... ER ... GONE*.

        Which leads to the kind of chaos to _always_ expect when an im-
        portant public service is withdrawn.

        Meanwhile, on a little farm far, far away, a tall, dark stranger
        is turning out to be really good with a scythe. There's a harvest
        to be gathered in...


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1.12 Witches Abroad

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Witches Abroad
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 11/91 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-04980-4
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 11/92
ISBN 0-552-13465-1
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1996
ISBN 0-552-14415-0
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-7531-0020-7
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 2/93 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45225-9
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 8/98
ISBN 0-575-06580-X
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 1/99
ISBN 0-451-.....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        It seemed an easy job ...

        After all, how difficult could it be to make sure that a servant
        girl _doesn't_ marry a prince?

        But for the witches Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat
        Garlick, travelling to the distant city of Genua, things are
        never that simple ...

        For one thing, all they've got is Mrs Gogol's voodoo, a one-eyed
        cat and a second-hand magic wand that can only do pumpkins. And
        they're up against the malignant power of the Godmother herself,
        who has made Destiny an offer it can't refuse. And finally
        there's the sheer power of the Story.

        Servant girls _have_ to marry the Prince.  That's what life is
        all about.

        You can't fight a Happy Ending.

        At least - up until now ...

p/b blurb as h/cvr blurb, omitting "For one thing.. ..power of the Story."


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1.13 Small Gods

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Small Gods
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 5/92 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-05222-8
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 5/93
ISBN 0-552-13890-8
%I HarperCollins (merkin h/cvr)
%D 4/94
ISBN 0-06-017750-0
%I HarperCollins (mmp/b)
%D 11/94
ISBN 0-06-109217-7
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 5/96
ISBN 0-552-14416-9
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1997
ISBN 0-7531-0141-6
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 8/98
ISBN 0-575-06579-6

h/cvr blurb: [paras. ?]

        Brutha is the Chosen One.

        His god has spoken to him, admittedly while currently in the
        shape of a tortoise.

        Brutha is a simple lad.  He can't read.  He can't write.  He's
        pretty good at growing melons.  And his wants are few.

        He wants to overthrow a huge and corrupt church.

        He wants to prevent a horrible holy war.

        He wants to stop the persecution of a philosopher who has dared
        to suggest that, contrary to the Church's dogma, the Discworld
        really _does_ go through space on the back of an enormous
        turtle (*).

        He wants peace and justice and brotherly love.

        He wants the Inquisition to stop torturing him now, please.

        But most of all, what he really wants, more than anything else,
        is for his god to Choose Someone Else ...

        (* which is true, but when has _that_ ever mattered?)

p/b blurb:

        In the beginning was the Word.

        And the Word was: "Hey, you!"

        For Brutha the novice is the Chosen One. He wants peace and
        justice and brotherly love.

        He also wants the Inquisition to stop torturing him now, please...


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1.14 Lords and Ladies

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Lords and Ladies
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 11/92 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-05223-6
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 11/93
ISBN 0-552-13891-6
%I HarperCollins (merkin tp/b)
%D 8/95
ISBN 0-06-109216-9
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1996
ISBN 0-7531-0018-5
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 10/96
ISBN 0-552-14417-7
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 8/98
ISBN 0-575-06578-8

h/cvr blurb: [paras. ?]

        It's a hot Midsummer Night. The crop circles are turning up
        everywhere -- even on the mustard-and-cress of Pewsey Ogg,
        aged four.  And Magrat Garlick, witch, is going to be married
        in the morning...  Everything ought to be going like a dream.
        But the Lancre All-Comers Morris Team have got drunk on a
        fairy mound and the elves have come back, bringing all those
        things _traditionally_ associated with the magical, glittering
        realm of Faerie: cruelty, kidnapping, malice and evil, evil
        murder.[*] Granny Weatherwax and her tiny argumentative coven
        have _really_ got their work cut out this time...  With full
        supporting cast of dwarfs, wizards, trolls, Morris Dancers and
        one orang-utan.  And lots of hey-nonny-nonny and blood all
        over the place.

        [*] But with tons of _style_.

p/b blurb:

        THE FAIRIES ARE BACK - BUT THIS TIME THEY DON'T JUST WANT
        YOUR TEETH...

        Granny Weatherwax and her tiny coven are up against _real_ elves.

        It's Midsummer Night. No Time for dreaming...

        With full supporting cast of dwarfs, wizards, trolls, Morris
        dancers and one orang-utan.  And lots of hey-nonny-nonny and
        blood all over the place.

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1.15 Men At Arms

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Men At Arms
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 11/93 [print run 40k; repr 7.5k] [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-575-05503-0
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 11/94
ISBN 0-552-14028-7
%I HarperPrism (? merkin tp/b [as per Harper advert.] ? h/cvr ? both ?)
%D 3/96
ISBN 0-06-109218-5 [i have this ref'ed as isbn of both h/cvr+tp/b editions]
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1996
ISBN 0-7531-0017-7
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 5/97 1996
ISBN 0-552-14423-1
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b) (cvr michael sabanosh)
%D 4/97
ISBN 0-06-109219-3
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 8/98
ISBN 0-575-06577-X

h/cvr blurb:

        ``Be a MAN in the City Watch!  The City watch needs MEN!''

        But what it's -got- includes Corporal Carrot (technically a dwarf),
        Lance-constable Cuddy (really a dwarf), Lance-constable Detritus
        (a troll), Lance-constable Angua (a woman ... most of the time)
        and Corporal Nobbs (disqualified from the human race for shoving).

        And they need all the help they can get.  Because there's evil in
        the air and murder afoot and something very nasty in the streets.

        It'd help if it could all be sorted out by noon, because that's
        when Captain Vimes is officially retiring, handing in his badge
        and getting married.

        And since this is Ankh-Morpork, noon promises to be not just
        high, but stinking.

p/b blurb:

        `Be a MAN in the City Watch! The City Watch needs MEN!'

        But what it's _got_ includes Corporal Carrot (technically a
        dwarf), Lance-Constable Cuddy (really a dwarf), Lance-Constable
        Detritus (a troll), Lance-Constable Angua (a woman...most of the
        time) and Corporal Nobbs (disqualified from the human race for
        shoving).

        And they need all the help they can get. Because they've only got
        twenty-four hours to clean up the town and this is *Ankh-Morpork*
        we're talking about...

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1.16 Soul Music

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Soul Music
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 5/94
ISBN 0-575-05504-9
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 5/95
ISBN 0-552-14029-5
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr)
%D 2/95
ISBN 0-06-105203-5
%I HarperCollins Prism (mmp/b)
%D 10/95
ISBN 0-06-105489-5
%I Isis (eight-cassette audio/b)
%D 1996
ISBN 0-7531-0120-3
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-552-14424-X
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 23/9/99 [delayed from 5, then 6, then 8/99 by cassell's sale to orion]
ISBN 0-575-.....-.

h/cvr blurb:

        _Other children got given xylophones. Susan just had to ask
        her grandfather to take his vest off._

        Yes. There's a Death in the family.
          It's hard to grow up normally when Grandfather rides a white
        horse and wields a scythe - especially when you have to take
        over the family business, and everyone mistakes you for the
        Tooth Fairy.
          And especially when you have to face the new and addictive
        music that has entered the Discworld.
          It's Lawless. It changes people.
          It's called _Music with Rocks In._
          It's got a beat and you can dance to it, but ...
          It's _alive._
          And it won't fade away.

p/b blurb:

        OTHER CHILDREN GET GIVEN XYLOPHONES. SUSAN JUST HAD TO ASK HER
        GRANDFATHER TO TAKE HIS VEST OFF.

        Yes. There's a Death in the Family.

        It's hard to grow up normally when Grandfather rides a white
        horse and wields a scythe - especially when you have to take
        over the family business, and everyone mistakes you for the
        Tooth Fairy.

        And *especially* when you have to face the new and addictive
        music that has entered Discworld.

        It's lawless. It changes people.

        It's called *Music with Rocks In.*

        It's got a beat and you can dance to it, but...

        It's *alive.*

        And it won't fade away.


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1.17 The Witches Trilogy

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Witches Trilogy
%I W.H.Smith (exclusive edition) (h/cvr)
%D 9/94
ISBN (not known: none may apply)
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
[n.b. the pages of this h/cvr are not properly sewn in signatures, and
 then sewn to a backing strip of cloth that is then bound between the
 boards of the cover: they are merely trimmed and glued to a flexible
 bound-in backing strip.]
%D 3/95 [this edition now out of print (mid 1998) may be reprinting.]
ISBN 0-575-05896-X                      [no reprint seen as of 6/99.]

        Omnibus collecting Equal Rites, Wyrd Sisters, Witches Abroad.

        Witches are not by nature gregarious and they certainly don't
        have leaders.

        Granny Weatherwax was the most highly regarded of the leaders
        they didn't have...

        Here are three novels featuring one of Terry Pratchett's most
        celebrated characters, along with her sidekicks, the fertile
        Nanny Ogg and the New Age's favourite witch, Magrat Garlick:

        EQUAL RITES

        Women aren't supposed to be wizards - but nobody told Eskarina,
        the eighth daughter of an eighth son, when she inherited her
        father's [sic] staff, and with Granny Weatherwax's reluctant
        help she sets out to learn her new calling.

        WYRD SISTERS

        In which Granny discovers that meddling in royal politics is a
        _lot_ more difficult than certain playwrights would have you
        believe.

        WITCHES ABROAD

        The funniest Grand Tour anywhere, as Granny, Nanny and Magrat
        travel to distant Genua - to make sure a servant girl _doesn't_
        marry the prince.


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1.18 Interesting Times

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Interesting Times.
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 11/94
ISBN 0-575-05800-5
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 11/95
ISBN 0-552-14235-2
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 7/96
ISBN 0-552-14425-8
%I Isis (six-cassette audio/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 1-85695-814-0
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr) (cvr: michael sabanosh)
%D 4/97
ISBN 0-06-105252-3
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D 4/98
ISBN 0-06-105690-1
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) ["letterbox" design d-j]
%D 23/9/99 [delayed from 5, then 6, then 8/99 by cassell's sale to orion]
ISBN 0-575-.....-.
there is also a large-print h/cvr edn:
%I Isis
%D (not yet known)
ISBN (not yet known)


h/cvr blurb:

        Mighty Battles! Revolution! Death! War! (and his sons Terror
        and Panic, and Daughter Clancy).

        The oldest and most inscrutable empire on the Discworld is in
        turmoil, brought about by the revolutionary treatise *What I
        Did On My Holidays*. Workers are uniting, with nothing to lose
        but their water buffaloes.  Warlords are struggling for power.
        War (and Clancy) are spreading through the ancient cities.

        And all that stands in the way of terrible doom for everyone is:

        Rincewind the Wizard, who can't even spell the word `wizard'...

        Cohen the barbarian hero, five foot tall in his surgical
        sandals, who has had a lifetime's experience of not dying ...

        ...and a very /special/ butterfly.

p/b blurb:

        MIGHTY BATTLES! REVOLUTION! DEATH! WAR! (AND HIS SONS TERROR
        AND PANIC, AND DAUGHTER CLANCY).

        The oldest and most inscrutable empire on the Discworld is in
        turmoil, brought about by the revolutionary treatise *What I
        Did On My Holidays*. Workers are uniting, with nothing to lose
        but their water buffaloes. War (and Clancy) are spreading
        through the ancient cities.

        And all that stands in the way of terrible doom for everyone is:

        Rincewind the Wizard, who can't even spell the word `wizard'...

        Cohen the barbarian hero, five foot tall in his surgical sandals,
        who has had a lifetime's experience of not dying ...

        ...and a very *special* butterfly.


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1.19 Maskerade

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Maskerade
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [first h/cvr with letterbox style d-j. ab initio.]
%D 11/95 (actually available in october)
ISBN 0-575-05808-0
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-552-14236-0
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 11/96
ISBN 0-552-14426-6
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr) (cvr: carl d. galian)
%D 10/97
ISBN 0-06-105251-5
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D  10/98
ISBN 0-06-105691-X

h/cvr blurb:

        The Opera House, Ankh Morpork . . . a huge, rambling building,
        where masked figures and hooded shadows do wicked deeds in the
        wings . . . where dying the death on stage is a little bit more
        than just a metaphor . . . where innocent young sopranos are
        lured to their destiny by an evil mastermind in a hideously
        deformed evening dress . . .

        Where . . . there's a couple of old ladies in pointy hats eating
        peanuts in the stalls and looking at the big chandelier and
        saying things like: 'There's an accident waiting to happen if
        ever I saw one'.

        Yes . . . Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg, the Discworld's
        greatest witches, are back for an innocent night at the opera.

        So there's going to be _trouble_ (but nevertheless a good
        evening's entertainment with murders you can really _hum_)

p/b blurb:

        The Opera House, Ankh Morpork . . . a huge, rambling building,
        where innocent young sopranos are lured to their destiny by an
        evil mastermind in a hideously deformed evening dress...

        At least, he hopes so. But Granny Weatherwax, Discworld's most
        famous witch, is in the audience. _And she doesn't hold with
        that sort of thing._

        So there's going to be _trouble_ (but nevertheless a good
        evening's entertainment with murders you can really _hum_...)


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1.20 Feet of Clay

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Feet of Clay
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [h/cvr with letterbox style dj. ab initio.]
%D 5/96 (actually available in april) [csm has advised date 6/6/96 !]
ISBN 0-575-05900-1
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 2/5/97 (actually available from 28/4/97)
ISBN 0-552-14237-9
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1/7/97 (actually available 30/6/97)
ISBN 0-552-14573-4
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr) (cvr: - ? - [not seen])
%D 10/96
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b) (cvr: michael sabanosh)
%D 10/97
ISBN 0-06-105764-9

h/cvr blurb:

        Who's murdering harmless old men? who's poisoning the Patrician?

        As autumn fogs hold Anhk-Morpork in their grip, the City Watch
        have to track down a murderer who can't be seen.

        Maybe the golems know something - but the solemn men of clay,
        who work all day and night and are never any trouble to anyone,
        have started to commit suicide ...

        It's not as if the Watch hasn't got problems of its own. There's
        a werewolf suffering from Pre-Lunar Tension. Corporal Nobbs is
        hob-nobbing with the nobs, and there's something really strange
        about the new dwarf recruit, especially his earrings and
        eyeshadow.

        Who can you trust when there are mobs on the streets and
        plotters in the dark and all the clues point the wrong way?

        In the gloom of the night, Watch Commander Sir Samuel Vimes
        finds that the truth might not be out there at all.

        *_It may be in amongst the words in the head._*

        A chilling tale of poison and pottery.

p/b blurb:

        THERE'S A WEREWOLF WITH PRE-LUNAR TENSIOM IN ANKH-MORPORK. AND A
        DWARF WITH ATTITUDE AND A GOLEM WHO'S BEGUN TO THINK FOR ITSELF.

        But for Commander Vimes, Head of Ankh-Morpork City Watch, that's
        only the start...

        There's treason in the air.
        A crime has happened.

        He's not only got to find out whodunit, but howdunit too. He's not
        even sure what they dun. But as soon as he knows what the questions
        are, he's going to want some answers.


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1.21 Hogfather

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Hogfather
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [h/cvr with letterbox style dj. ab initio.]
%D 11/96 (actually available 10/96)
ISBN 0-575-06403-X
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D  2/11/97 [announced] (actually on sale in netherlands & scandawegia 10/97)
ISBN 0-552-14542-4
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 12/12/97 (was scheduled for 1/11/97)
ISBN 0-552-14574-2
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr)
%D 10/98
ISBN 0-06-105046-6
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D 10/99 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        It's the night before Hogswatch. And it's too quiet.

        There's snow, there're robins, there're trees covered with decora-
        tions, but there's a notable lack of the big fat man who delivers
        the toys . . .

        He's _gone_.

        Susan the governess has got to find him before morning, otherwise
        the sun won't rise. And unfortunately her only helpers are a raven
        with an eyeball fixation, the Death of Rats and an oh god of hang-
        overs.

        Worse still, _someone_ is coming down the chimney. This time he's
        carrying a sack instead of a scythe, but there's something regret-
        tably familiar . . .

        Ho. Ho. Ho.

        It's true what they say.

        `_You'd better watch out . . ._'

p/b blurb:

        IT'S THE NIGHT BEFORE HOGSWATCH. AND IT'S TOO QUIET.

        Where is the big jolly fat man? Why is _Death_ creeping down
        chimneys and trying to say Ho Ho Ho? The darkest night of the
        year is getting a lot darker...

        Susan the gothic governess has got to sort it out by morning,
        otherwise there won't _be_ a morning. Ever again...

        [The 20th..novel..a festive feast of darkness and Death (but
        with jolly robins and tinsel too).]

        As they say: You'd better watch out...


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1.22 Jingo

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Jingo
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) [h/cvr with letterbox style dj. ab initio.]
%D 6/11/97 [on sale in uk by 22/10/98]
ISBN 0-575-06540-0
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 5/11/98
ISBN 0-552-14598-X
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b abr.)
%D 5/11/98
ISBN 0-552-14684-6
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr)
%D 5/98
ISBN 0-06-105047-4 (cover art by michael sabanosh)
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D 3/99
ISBN 0-06-105906-4 (cover art by michael sabanosh)

h/cvr blurb:

        A weather cock has risen from the sea of Discworld, and suddenly
        you can tell which way the wind is blowing.

        A new land has surfaced, and so have old feuds.

        And as two armies march, Commander Vimes of Ankh-Morpork City Watch
        has got just a few hours to deal with a crime so big that there's
        no law against it. It's called `war'.

        He's facing unpleasant foes who are out to get him... that's just
        the people on _his_ side. The enemy might be even worse. And his
        pocket Dis-organiser says he's got _Die_ under `Things To Do Today'.

        But he'd better not, because the world's cleverest inventor and its
        most devious politician are on their way to the battlefield with a
        little package that's _guaranteed_ to stop a battle...

        Discworld goes to war, with armies of sardines, warriors, fishermen,
        squid and at least one very camp follower.

p/b blurb:

        DISCWORLD GOES TO WAR, WITH ARMIES OF SARDINES, WARRIORS, FISHER-
        MEN, SQUID AND AT LEAST ONE VERY CAMP FOLLOWER

        As two armies march, Commander Vimes of Ankh-Morpork City Watch
        faces unpleasant foes who are out to get him...and theat's just the
        people on his side. The enemy mighht be even worse.


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1.23 The Last Continent

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Last Continent
%I Doubleday (h/cvr) [h/cvr with non-letterbox style dj.]
%D 2/5/98 [on sale in uk & europe by 24/4/98]
ISBN 0-385-40989-3
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b abr.)
%D 30/4/98
ISBN 0-552-14650-1
%I Isis (?six- or eight-? cassette audio/b)
%D 2/99 [scheduled]
ISBN 1-85695-...-.
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr)
%D 3/99
ISBN 0-06-105048-2 2
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 29/4/99 [on sale 3/3/99 in israel, the netherlands, switzerland]
ISBN 0-552-14614-5
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D 3/00 [Y2k - eeek !] [scheduled]
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        This is the Discworld's last continent, a completely separate
        creation.

        It's hot.  It's dry . . . very dry.  There was this thing once
        called  The Wet,  which no one  now believes in.   Practically
        everything that's not poisonous is venemous. But it's the best
        bloody place in the world, all right?

        And it'll die in a few days, except . . .

        Who is this hero striding across the red desert? Champion sheep
        shearer,  horse rider,  road warrior, beer drinker, bush ranger
        and someone who'll even eat a Meat Pie Floater when he's _sober?_
        A man in a hat, whose Luggage follows him around on little legs,
        who's about to change history by  preventing  a swagman stealing
        a jumbuck by a billabong?

        Yes . . . all this place has  between itself and wind-blown doom
        is Rincewind,  the inept wizard  who  can't  even _spell_ wizard.
        He's the only hero left.

        Still . . . no worries, eh?

        Terry Pratchett would like it to be known that _The Last Continent_
        is not a book about Australia. It's just vaguely australian.

p/b blurb:

        IT'S THE DISCWORLD'S LAST CONTINENT AND IT'S GOING TO DIE IN A
        FEW DAYS, EXCEPT...

        Who is this hero striding across the red desert? Sheep shearer,
        beer drinker, bush ranger, and someone who'll even eat a Meat
        Pie Floater when he's sober.

        A man in a hat whose luggage follows him on little legs. Yes,
        it's Rincewind, the inept wizard who can't even spell wizard.
        He's the only hero left.

        Still...no worries, eh?


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1.24 The Death Trilogy

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Death Trilogy
%I Gollancz (h/cvr) [non-letterbox style dj.]
[n.b. as with The Witches Trilogy, 1.17, the pages of this h/cvr are not
 properly sewn in signatures, and then sewn to a backing strip of cloth
 that is then bound between the boards of the cover: they are merely
 trimmed and glued to a flexible bound-in backing strip.]
%D 22/10/98 [on sale by 7/10/98]
ISBN 0-575-06584-2

        Omnibus collecting Mort, Reaper Man and Soul Music.

        Introducing the Discworld's most popular character - the fellow
        with the white horse and the ultimate weight-loss programme . . .
        DEATH

        Here are three novels featuring Terry Pratchett's most celebrated
        denizen of the Discworld, together with the usual motley cast, in-
        cluding Death's granddaughter Susan, Binky and the Death of Rats.

        MORT
        Death, having delegated most of his duties to his new apprentice,
        the uncompromising, gangling teenager Mort, is showing disturbing-
        ly human characteristics: drinking, dice-playing and becoming cur-
        ious about the nature of Fun . . .

        REAPER MAN
        Death is missing, presumed . . . er . . . gone. Which leads to the
        kind of chaos you always get when an important public service is
        withdrawn.

        SOUL MUSIC
        It's hard to grow up normally when grandfather rides a white horse
        and wields a scythe - especially when you have to take over the fam-
        ily business and everyone keeps mistaking you for the Tooth Fairy.
        But Susan must face the new music that has entered the Discworld:
        it's lawless, it changes people . . . it's called Music With Rocks
        In. And it won't fade away . . .

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1.25 Carpe Jugulum

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Carpe Jugulum
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D  5/11/98 [on sale in holland, belgium, scandawegia & merkia a week earlier]
ISBN 0-385-40992-3
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b abr.)
%D  5/11/98
ISBN 0-552-14653-6
%I corgi (p/b)
%D  11/99 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-552-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr)
%D 9/99 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D c.9/00 [y2k - eeek !][guesstimated]
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)

h/cvr blurb:

        Mightily Oats has not picked a good time to be a priest. He thought
        he'd come to the mountain kingdom of Lancre for a simple little
        religious ceremony. Now he's caught up in a war between vampires
        and witches, and he's not sure there _is_ a right side.
          There're the witches - young Agnes, who is _really_ in two minds
        about everything, Magrat, who is trying to combine witchcraft and
        nappies, Nanny Ogg, who is far too knowing... and Granny Weatherwax,
        who is big trouble.
          And the vampires are _intelligent_ - not easily got rid of with a
        garlic enema or bu going to the window, grasping the curtains and
        saying, "I don't know about you, but isn't it a bit stuffy in here?"
        They've got style and fancy waistcoats.
        They're out of the casket and want a bite of the future.
           Mightily Oats knows he has a prayer, but wishes he had an axe.


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1.26 The Colour of Magic: The Light Fantastic: The First Discworld Novels

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Colour of Magic: The Light Fantastic: The First Discworld Novels
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr) [h/cvr with letterbox-style dj]
%D  8/5/99
ISBN 0-86140-421-1

        This is how the Discworld began...
         In _The Colour of Magic_ the failed wizard Rincewind burst
        upon the world and hasn't stopped running since.
         This was the book that started the phenomenally successful
        series. Here is the sapient pearwood luggage, a mobile trunk
        which launders any clothes put it in [sic] and incidentally
        homicidally defends its owner. Here is Twoflower, an innocent
        tourist in a world of nightmares and fairy tales gone wrong.
        Here is Cohen the Barbarian, the world's oldest and greatest
        hero. Here is Death, not such a bad sort when you get to know
        him...
         They have adventures. It'd take too long to explain. Just
        read it!

         [source: colin smythe 4/99][the dj blurb error noted above
          will be corrected during the life of the first edition of
         the omnibus - source: colin smythe 4/5/99][which corrected
         dj + volume will technically constitute the second state of
         the first edition. ppint.]


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1.27 City Watch Trilogy (Omnibus of 1.8, 1.15 & 1.20, i suspect)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T [? The City Watch Trilogy ?]
%I Gollancz (h/cvr) [prob'ly non-letterbox style dj.]
%D 10/99 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-575-.....-.

 [n.b. - as with The Witches Trilogy, 1.17, the pages of this h/cvr are
 unlikely to be properly sewn in signatures, and then sewn to a backing
 strip of cloth that is then bound between the boards of the cover: they
 are most likely trimmed and glued to a flexible bound-in backing strip.]


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1.28 The Fifth Elephant

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Fifth Elephant
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 11/99 [scheduled]
ISBN 0-385-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 11/00 [estimated][yr2k - eek !]
ISBN 0-552-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b abr.)
%D 11/99 [estimated]
ISBN 0-552-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I HarperPrism (merkin h/cvr)
%D 3/00 [y2k - eeek !] [scheduled]
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)
%I HarperPrism (mmp/b)
%D c.3/01 [guesstimated]
ISBN 0-06-10....-. (n.y.k.)



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1.29 [none yet announced on schedules]

%A Terry Pratchett
%T [n.y.k.]
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 5 or 11/00 [estimated][yr2k - eek !]
ISBN 0-385-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 5 or 11/01 [estimated]
ISBN 0-552-.....-. (n.y.k.)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b abr.)
%D 5 or 11/00 [estimated][yr2k - eek !]
ISBN 0-552-.....-. (n.y.k.)

        terry has, more than once, said he feels he may slow down,
        or take a holiday from the discworld - and equally often
        discovered that there was another discworld story that in-
        sisted on being told, or another story that proved to be
        as well-suited to being set therein; and, that he has no
        intention of writing "the last discworld novel", other than
        in the sense that he himself is mortal and that he will not
        permit his creation to be franchised or otherwise given the
        artificial semblence of life thereafter, by any other hand.

        i, for one, will eagerly pounce upon any novel i find with
        his byline, whatever the world in which it is set, having
        greatly enjoyed all that he's had published, and not just
        the nowadays best-selling discworld novels: see below, for
        quite how much more than two dozen such, are available.

                                                       [ppint.]

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2.  Pre-Discworld

These books are Terry's earlier efforts, and came before the success
of "The Colour of Magic"; though The Carpet People was re-written later.


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2.1 The Carpet People (1st Edition)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Carpet People
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr)
%D 11/71 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-900675-49-7

        Price : ukL 1.90 [1.90 GBP]      Hardback 17cm x 22cm, 195 pages
        33 B&W illustrations by _the author_; a few copies hand-coloured
        by him. Cover shows various creatures licking a large white cube.

h/cvr blurb:

        The is magic in every carpet. Cities and villages exist right under
        your feet and the people who live in them are so small that each
        tuft of wool stretches high above them like giant trees. A grain
        of sugar which has somehow found its way into the world of the
        carpet people, becomes a favourite mountain for the carpet animals
        where they go as often as possible. Dust plants make up a wonderful
        vegetation, and the world of the carpet people is as real to them
        as the earth is to us.

        But there are also creatures who live in the underlay; they appear
        to be allies of that terrible and powerful Fray who lives above the
        carpet. Whenever he passes above, he leaves destruction behind him
        in the world of the carpet people, and the creatures of the underlay
        try to take advantage of them.

        This is the story of Snibril and Glurk, the leaders of the carpet
        people and how they finally defeat the servants of Fray. It is full
        of magic battles and the day to day struggle of the brave and
        ingenious carpet people.

        Children of all ages, from 5 to 50 will enjoy this book, and the
        world of the Carpet People in the reader's own home will add a new
        dimension to his imagination.


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2.2 The Carpet People (revised edition)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Carpet People
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 1992
ISBN 0-385-40304-6
%I corgi (p/b)
%D 4/93
ISBN 0-552-52752-1
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b abr.)
%D 4/9/97
ISBN 0-552-54552-X


h/cvr blurb:

        <bold red font>

        In the beginning, there was nothing but endless flatness.
        Then came the Carpet...

        </bold red font>

        That's the old story everyone knows and loves (even if they
        don't really _believe_ it). For now the Carpet is home for
        many different tribes and peoples - from the empire-building
        Dumii, to the nomadic Munrungs, the proud Deftmenes, and the
        terrible creatures from the Unswept Regions.  And there's a
        new story in the making.

        The story of the time when Fray begins to move, sweeping a
        trail of destruction across the Carpet.

        The story of the power-hungry mouls, saddling up their snargs
        and riding to the attack.

        The story of Glurk and Snibril, Munrung brothers, who set out
        on an adventure to end all adventures when their village is
        flattened.

        The story that will come to a terrible end - if someone
        doesn't do something about it. If _everyone_ doesn't do
        something about it...

p/b blurb:

        as for h/cvr, with "But now.. ..to many..." for "For now..
        ..for many..." at start 2nd para; and "..peoples and now
        there's a new story in the making. The story of Fray,
        sweeping a trail of destruction across the Carpet. The
        story of power-hungry mouls - and of two Munrung brothers,
        who set out on an adventure to end all adventures when
        their village is flattened.

        It's a story that will come to a terrible end - if someone
        doesn't do something about it. If _everyone_ doesn't do
        something about it..."


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2.3 The Dark Side of the Sun

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Dark Side of the Sun
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr)
%D 1/76 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-901072-20-6
this h/cvr edition's dust-jacket art is by Terry, 1973, as is the St.Martins;
%I St. Martin's (merkin h/cvr) [a modified run-on of the Colin Smythe edn.]
%D 1976 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-........-.
%I New English Library (p/b) cover art by Tim White.
%D 3/78 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-450-03298-1
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D (not yet known) [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-.....-.
%I Corgi (p/b) cover art by Josh Kirby.
%D 4/88
ISBN 0-552-13326-4
%I Doubleday (h/cvr) dust-jacket art from the Corgi p/b edition.
%D 1994
ISBN 0-385-40476-X

h/cvr blurb:

        _Probability Math:_ the science of foretelling the future. For
        Dom Sabalos, heir to an immensely rich family, its forecasts
        were curiously contradictory: he would be assassinated, and
        _after_ that, find the fabulous, almost mythical, world of the
        Jokers, who were only known by a few incredible artifacts
        scattered throughout the Galaxy.

        Any good P-Mathematician could find out this information. Some-
        body certainly wanted to prove P-Math wrong as far as Dom was
        concerned, and make sure that once he was dead, he stayed dead. A
        robot assassin, with built-in `luck', had been put on his tail,
        but what was it that protected Dom every time the assassin
        struck?

        To be sure, he had an excellent robot servant, Isaac; (class 5
        with Man-Friday subcircuitry). a planet (the First Syrian Bank)
        as a god-father, a determined and protective grandmother (who
        looked as if she had been born aged eighty), a security chief who
        even ran checks on himself, and a home world, where a missing
        hand was only a minor mishap and even death was not always fatal
        - but what protected Dom on his search for the world which he
        knew lay on the dark side of the sun:?

p/b blurb:

        Dom Salabos had a lot of advantages.
        As heir to a huge fortune, he had an excellent robot
        servant (with Man-Friday subcircuity), a planet (the First
        Syrian Bank) as a godfather, a security chief who even ran
        checks on himself, and on Dom's home world even death was
        not always fatal.
        Why then, in an age when prediction was a science, was his
        future in doubt?


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2.4 Strata

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Strata
%I Colin Smythe (h/cvr)
%D 6/81 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-901072-91-5
this h/cvr edition's dust-jacket art is by Tim White, as is the St.Martin's;
%I St. Martin's (merkin h/cvr) [a modified run-on of the Colin Smythe edn.]
%D c.1981 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-........-.
%I New English Library (p/b) new cover art by Tim White.
%D 5/82 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-450-04977-9
%I Signet (mmp/b)
%D 3/83 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-12147-3
%I Roc (mmp/b) LE5111 cover art by Darrell K. Sweet.
%D [?][3rd printing of the mmp/b] [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-451-45111-2
%I Corgi (p/b) cover art by Josh Kirby.
%D 1988 [re-set 1990]
ISBN 0-552-13325-6
%I Doubleday (h/cvr) dust-jacket art from the Corgi p/b edition.
%D 1994
ISBN 0-385-40475-1
%I Roc (mmp/b)
%D 1/99
ISBN 0-451-.....-.

h/cvr blurb:

        A flat earth? Impossible. Kin Arad is the 210-year-old super-
        visor in charge of resurfacing the newly named planet, Kingdom.
        When she finds Jago Jalo, a  man who has a cloak of invisibility
        and should have died a thousand years ago, in her office, she de-
        cides he must have an unusual tale. He has. He knows where such a
        world is. It is like the medieval earth . . . almost. Leiv Eriks-
        son is setting off for the New World, but he will never find it.
        Instead he sails to the edge of the world and its eternal water-
        fall.
        It is obvious that this `earth' has been built by the Great
        Spindle Kings, makers of universes, inventors of the strata mach-
        ine and the ultimate in claustrophobes, anmd Jalo lures the human
        Kin, the kung Marco Farfarer and the fifty-six-syllable-named
        shand better known as Silver, to undertake a voyage of discovery
        with him: the rewards must be beyond their dreams . . . or night-
        mares.


p/b blurb:

        The excavation showed that the fossilized plesiosaur had been
        holding a placard which read, "End Nuclear Testing Now". That
        was nothing unusual.
        But then came a discovery of something which *did* intrigue
        Kin Arad.
        A flat earth was something new ...


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3.  The Nomes Series  (The Bromeliad)

Overtly for children, this series has proved popular for both adults
and children and may be found in either the childrens', or the sf &
fantasy sections of your bookstore - or in both... Diggers has been
made into a cartoon series by Cosgrove-Hall (- see 7.2 for the [o/p]
picture book based on this; and see the AFP-FAQ for more information).
uk editions have cover art by Josh Kirby.

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3.1 Truckers

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Truckers
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 9/89
ISBN 0-385-26961-7
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 9/90
ISBN 0-552-52595-2
%I Delacorte (merkin h/cvr)
%D (not yet known)
ISBN (not yet known)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1993
ISBN 0-552-14005-8

h/cvr blurb:

        `Outside! What's it like?' Masklin looked blank. `Well,' he said,
        `it's sort of big -' `Yes?' `And, er, there's a lot of it -'
        `Yes? Yes?' `With, you know, things in it -'

        ...yes, _lots_ of things, and all of them a mystery to the thou-
        sands of tiny nomes living under the floorboards of a large dep-
        artment store, most of whom have never even set eyes upon the
        outside world. Things like Day and Night and Sun and Rain don't
        really exist, say all intelligent nomes. They're just daft old
        legends.

        But soon a devestating piece of news is to shatter the nomes' ex-
        istence: the Store - their world - is to be demolished...

        So it's up to Masklin, the last nome to come into the Store, to
        mastermind the unbelievable escape plan that will take all the
        nomes into the dangers of the great Outside.

        It means they have to think. And they have to think BIG.

        And they start to learn who they are and how they came to be
        there, and where their fantastic journey must one day take them.


p/b Blurb:

        To the thousands of tiny nomes who live under the floorboards
        of a large department store, there is no Outside.  Things like
        Day and Night, Sun and Rain are just daft old legends.
        Then a devastating piece of news shatters their existence:
        the Store - their whole world - is to be demolished.  And it's
        up to Masklin, one of the last nomes to come into the Store,
        to mastermind an unbelievable escape plan that will take all
        the nomes into the dangers of the great Outside ...


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3.2 Diggers

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Diggers
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 4/90
ISBN 0-385-26980-3
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 4/91
ISBN 0-552-52586-3
%I Delacorte (merkin h/cvr)
%D (not yet known)
ISBN (not yet known)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1993
ISBN 0-552-14006-6

h/cvr blurb:

        `In the beginning...Arnold Bros (est. 1905) created the Store.'

        When their home, a large department store, was demolished, thou-
        sands of tiny nomes made a daring and dramatic escape on a stolen
        lorry - and only just in the nick of time. The abandoned quarry
        they found was perfect for their needs.

        At last they are safe. Or are they?

        Soon strange things start to happen. Like the tops of puddles
        growing hard and cold, and the water coming down from the sky
        in frozen bits. Worse is to come though. The quarry is to be
        re-opened - their new home is under threat.

        A newspaper cutting sends three brave nomes off on a desperate
        mission which, if it succeeds, could lead them all to their ult-
        imate home...

        Meanwhile, back at the quarry, the remaining nomes prepare to
        defend their home against the intruders. But how long will they
        be able to keep the humans at bay - even _with_ the help of the
        monster Jekub?

p/b blurb:

        `And Grimma said, We have two choices. We can run, or we hide.
        And they said, Which shall we do? She said, We shall Fight.'

        A Bright New Dawn is just around the corner for thousands of
        tiny nomes when they move into the ruined buildings of an
        abandoned quarry.  Or is it?

        Soon strange things start to happen. Like the tops of puddles
        growing hard and cold, and the water coming down from the sky
        in frozen bits.  Then humans appear and they _really_ mess
        everything up.  The quarry is to be re-opened and the nomes
        must fight to defend their new home.  But how long will they
        be able to keep the humans at bay - even _with_ the help of
        the monster Jekub?


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3.3 Wings

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Wings
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 9/90
ISBN 0-385-40018-7
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 9/91
ISBN 0-552-52649-5
%I Delacorte (merkin h/cvr)
%D (n.y.k.)
ISBN (n.y.k.)
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1993
ISBN 0-552-14007-4

h/cvr blurb:

        `It loomed over them, so big that you had to keep on stepping
        back and back to see how big it was. It wasn't a _thing_, it
        was a bit of shaped sky...'

        Somewhere in a place so far up there is no down, a ship is
        waiting to take the nomes home - back to wherever they came
        from. With their home in a quarry under threat, one nome -
        Masklin - knows that they've got to find a way of contacting
        this ship.

        It means going to Florida (wherever that is), then getting to
        the launch of a communications satellite (whatever _that_ is).
        A ridiculous plan. Impossible. But Masklin doesn't know this
        so he tries to do it anyway. And the first step is to try and
        hitch a ride on a new kind of truck, a truck with wings -
        Concorde ...

        He doesn't want to cause any trouble. He only wants to steal
        one of those space shuttle things. But when you're only four
        inches high in a world full of humans, things have a nasty
        habit of getting rather complicated...

p/b blurb:

        Somewhere in a place so far up there is no down, a ship is
        waiting to take the nomes home - back to wherever they came
        from.
        And one nome, Masklin, knows that they've got to try and
        contact this ship.
        It means going to Florida (wherever that is), then getting to
        the launch of a communications satellite (whatever that is).
        A ridiculous plan.  Impossible.
        But Masklin doesn't know this so he tries to do it anyway.
        And the first step is to try and hitch a ride on a new kind
        of truck, a truck with wings - Concorde ...


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3.4 The Bromeliad (omnibus of 3.1, .2 & .3)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T The Bromeliad
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 5/11/98
ISBN 0-385-41044-1

h/cvr blurb:

        Truckers
        To the thousands of tiny nomes living under the floorboards of
        a large department store, there is no Outside. No Day or Night,
        no Sun or Rain. They're just daft old legends. Until the devest-
        ating news that the Store is to be demolished. Now the nomes have
        to think. And they have to think BIG...

        Diggers
        A Bright New Dawn is just around the corner for the nomes when
        they move into an abandoned quarry. Or is it? For when humans
        turn up, they begin to mess everything up again. Now the nomes
        have two choices: to run, or to hide. Or, maybe, they could...
        _fight_. But for how long can they keep the humans at bay - even
        with the help of the monster Jekub?

        Wings
        It's a ridiculous plan. Impossible. To hitch a ride on a truck
        with wings - Concorde. And then steal one of those space shuttle
        things. But home is home, and the nomes want to go there. They
        don't _mean_ to cause any trouble. Really...


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4.  Young Adult Books

Aimed at the round-about-teenage market, "Young Adult books have fewer
teddy bears and more inner city grit" (so the man himself says).

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4.1 Only You Can Save Mankind

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Only You Can Save Mankind
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 9/92
ISBN 0-385-40308-9
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 9/93
ISBN 0-552-13926-2
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 5/95
ISBN 0-552-14008-2


h/cvr blurb:

        The mighty alien fleet from the very latest computer game
        thunders across the computer screen...

        Hands poised on the joystick, Johnny prepares to blow them
        into the usual million pieces...

        And they send him a message: _WE SURRENDER._

        They're not supposed to do that! Where does it say in the
        manual that they're supposed to do that?

        But they've done it. This time they don't want to die. They
        just want to go home.

        Johnny is the only human who knows. So he has to learn how to
        wage all-out Peace, and they don't make joysticks with a
        `Don't Fire' button...

        It's hard, trying to Save Mankind from the Galactic Hordes.
        It's even harder trying to save the Galactic Hordes from
        Mankind. But it's only a game, isn't it.

        _ISN'T IT?_

p/b blurb:

        As the mighty alien fleet from the very latest computer game
        thunders across the computer screen, Johnny prepares to blow
        them into the usual million pieces.

        And they send him a message:

        _We Surrender._

        They're not supposed to do that! They're supposed to die. And
        computer joysticks don't have `Don't Fire' buttons...

        It's hard enough, trying to save Mankind from the Galactic Hordes.
        It's even harder trying to save the Galactic Hordes from Mankind.
        But it's only a game, isn't it.

        _Isn't It?_


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4.2 Johnny and the Dead

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Johnny and the Dead
%I Doubleday (h/cvr) d-j art John Avon
%D 5/93 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-385-40301-1
%I Corgi (p/b) cover art from the front of the h/cvr d-j.
%D 3/94
ISBN 0-552-52740-8 [this edition now out of print]
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1995
ISBN 0-552-14003-3
%I Corgi (p/b) cover art from the London Weekend Television dramatisation.
%D /95
ISBN 0-552-52842-0

h/cvr blurb:

        `Call any time you like,' said the Alderman. `I'm always in.
        That's something you learn to be good at, when you're dead...'

        Not many people can see the dead (not many would want to).
        But twelve-year-old Johnny Maxwell can. And the dead are
        nothing like he expected. They don't lurch about. They don't
        push through walls. They can't even _dance_ like they do in
        videos. They're just people -- post-senior citizens -- and
        they're always in.

        At least, up until now. Now the council want to move them out
        so the cemetery can be sold as a building site. But the dead
        have learned a thing or two from Johnny. They're not going to
        take it lying down... especially since it's Halloween tomorrow.

        Besides, they're beginning to find that life is a lot more fun
        than it was when they were... well... alive.  Especially if they
        break a few rules...

p/b blurb:

        Not many people can see the dead (not many would want to).
        But twelve-year-old Johnny Maxwell can. And he's got bad news
        for them: the council want to sell the cemetery as a building
        site. But the dead have learned a thing or two from Johnny.
        They're not going to take it lying down... especially since
        it's Halloween tomorrow.

        Besides, they're beginning to find that life is a lot more fun
        than it was when they were... well... alive.  Especially if they
        break a few rules...


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4.3 Johnny and the Bomb.

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Johnny and the Bomb
%I Doubleday (h/cvr)
%D 4/96
ISBN 0-385-40670-3
%I Corgi (two-cassette audio/b; abr.)
%D 1996
ISBN 0-552-14458-4
%I Corgi (p/b)
%D 2/97
ISBN 0-552-52968-0

h/cvr blurb:

        THERE WAS A FLASH OF LIGHT, THE AIR FLICKERED... AND THE WORLD
        CHANGED. IT'S MAY 21, 1941, THOUGHT JOHNNY. IT'S WAR.

        Mrs Tachyon the bag-lady is not the sort of person you'd normally
        _choose_ to hang out with. But when Johnny Maxwell and his friends
        find her semi-conscious in an alley, they have to do _something_...
        as long it it's not the kiss of life.

        The more time Johnny spends with her, the more he finds that Mrs
        Tachyon isn't the ranting old nutter everyone thinks she is.
        She seems to hold the key to different times, different eras -
        including the Blackbury Blitz in 1941. Suddenly _now_ isn't the
        safe place Johnny once though it was, as he finds himself bound
        up more and more with _then_. And, as time shifts beneath him,
        and the shopping mall and TV arials melt into air-raid sirens and
        ration books, Johnny wonders just how much changing the past can
        really change the future...

        This time-stoppingly funny, richly entertaining new adventure from
        the master of fantastical and irreverent wit, Terry Pratchett, is
        the third in the series about Johnny Maxwell, following _Only You
        Can Save Mankind_ and _Johnny and the Dead_.

p/b blurb:

        There was a flash of light, the air flickered... and the world
        changed. It's May 21, 1941, thought Johnny. It's war.

        Johnny Maxwell and his friends have to do _something_ when they
        find Mrs Tachyon, the local bag lady, semi-conscious in an alley...
        as long it it's not the kiss of life.

        But there's more to Mrs Tachyon than a squeaky trolley and a bunch
        of dubious black bags. Somehow she holds the key to different times,
        different eras - including the Blackbury Blitz in 1941. Suddenly now
        isn't the safe place Johnny once though it was, as he finds himself
        bound up more and more with then...


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4.4 (omnibus of 4.1, 4.2 & 4.3)
[there is currently no plan for an omnibus of the johnny maxwell books,
 so far as the transworld rep. is aware.]


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5.  Collaborations

 This section details those books that  Terry  has written with other
 authors. See also 7a. the "Discworld Non-Fiction & Art Books" section.
 The revised edition of _The Carpet People_ arguably belongs amongst
 "Collaborations" - but as the first, original edition is in the "Pre-
 Discworld" section, the revised is also listed there [see 2.2].


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5.1 Good Omens (with Neil Gaiman)

%A Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
%T Good Omens
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr) d-j art Chris Moore
%D 5/90, 3/95 (2nd impr.)
ISBN 0-575-04800-X
%I Workman (merkin h/cvr)
[text differs slightly: see the FAQ for details. other publishers' editions
 follow this, with their own typoes, literals, etc, where re-set.]
%D 1990 [this edition now out of print]
ISBN 0-894-80853-2
%I Corgi (p/b) cover art Graham Ward
%D 5/91
ISBN 0-552-13703-0
%I Berkeley (tp/b)
%D 3/92
ISBN 0-425-13215-3
%I Ace (mmp/b)
%D 5/96
ISBN 0-441-00325-7

h/cvr blurb:

        According to the Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter -
        the world's only _totally reliable_ guide to the future - the
        world will end on a Saturday.
         Next Saturday, in fact.
         Just after tea.
         Which means that Armageddon will happen on a Saturday night.
        There will be seas of fire, rains of fish, the moon turning to
        blood and the massed armies of Heaven and Hell will sort it out
        once and for all.
         Which is a major problem for Crowley, Hell's most approachable
        demon and former serpent, and his opposite number and old friend
        Aziraphale, genuine angel and Soho bookshop owner. They _like_ it
        down here (or, in Crowley's case, _up_ here).
         So they've got no alternative but to stop the Four Motorcyclists
        of the Apocalypse, defeat the marching ranks of the Witchfinder's
        army* and - somehow - stop it all happening.
         Above all (or, in Aziraphale's case, _below_ all) they need to
        find and kill the Antichrist, currently the most powerful creature
        on Earth.
         This is a shame.
         Because he's eleven years old, loves his dog even though it's real-
        ly a Satanic hellhound under all that hair, really cares about the
        environment and is the sort of boy anyone would be proud to have as
        a son. He's also totally invulnerable, and a nice kid.
         And if that isn't enough, they've still got Sunday to deal with. . .

        * All two of them.

p/b blurb:

        According to the Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter -
        the world's only _totally reliable_ guide to the future - the
        world will end on a Saturday. Next Saturday, in fact. Just after
        tea...


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5.2 The Unadulterated Cat (with Gray Joliffe)

%A Terry Pratchett and Gray Joliffe
%T The Unadulterated Cat
%I Victor Gollancz
%D 10/89 non-standard [larger than b] format p/b [line-and-fill illoes]
ISBN 0-575-04628-7 [this edition is out of print.]
%I Victor Gollancz a format p/b, line illoes
%D 9/92
ISBN 0-575-05369-0 [this edition is out of print, replaced by:]
ISBN 0-575-06104-9 [this edition is out of print, replaced by:]
%I Vista (a format p/b) [line illoes]
%D 1997
ISBN 0-575-60155-8

first edition p/b blurb:

        Can you recognise a real, unadulterated cat when you see one?
        Or have you too grown used to the boring, mass-produced cats
        the advertising industry adores?

        Real cats never eat from bowls (at least not the ones marked
        CAT).

        Real cats never wear flea collars . . . or appear on birthday
        cards . . . or chase anything with a bell in it.

        Real cats do eat quiche. And giblets. And butter. And anything
        else left on the table. They can hear a fridge door opening two
        rooms away.

        Real cats don't need names.  But they often get called them.

        "Yaargeroffoutofityarbastard" does nicely.


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6.  Translations

Terry Pratchett's works have been translated into several languages.
The ISBN numbers for these editions are listed here, if afpers have
seen and reported them, or the information been gleaned from other
sources.

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6.1 Dutch [information added 12/12/98: many thanks to daniel proost]

%A Terry Pratchett
%T De Kleur van Toverij [The Colour of Magic]
%I Het Spectrum
%D 1991
ISBN 90-274-2757-7

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Dat Wonderbare Licht [The Light Fantastic]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-....-.

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Meidezeggenschap [Equal Rites]
%I Het Spectrum
%D 1992
ISBN 90-274-2901-4

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Dunne Hein [Mort]
%I Het Spectrum
%D 1992
ISBN 90-274-2995-2

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Betoverkind [Sourcery]
%I Het Spectrum
%D 1992
ISBN 90-274-3103-5

%A Terry Pratchett
%T De Plaagzusters [Wyrd Sisters]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-3163-9

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Pyramides [Pyramids]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-3242-2

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Wacht! Wacht! [Guards! Guards!]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Erik [Eric]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Rollende Prenten [Moving Pictures]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Maaierstijd [Reaper Man]
%I Het Spectrum
%D
ISBN 90-274-

Non-Discworld novel:

%A Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman
%T Hoge Omens [Good Omens]
%I Het Spectrum
%D 1994
ISBN 90-274-2907-3

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6.2 Finnish

 The Unadulterated Cat has been published in Finnish as "Tosikissa ei
 kirppuja kiroile" (Art House, 1990, Helsinki).
 Wyrd Sisters is translated as "Noitasiskot",  Mort as "Mort", and Reaper Man
as "Viikatemies" - all with the original Josh Kirby cover.

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6.3 French [information added 5, 10/98, 7/7/99: many thanks to dominic dunlop]
dominic reports the french editions credit one "Ron Kirby" for the cover art...

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T La huitieme couleur [The colour of magic]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1993
ISBN 2-905158-67-0

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T La huitieme couleur [The colour of magic]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1996
ISBN 2-84172-039-X

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T La huitieme couleur [The colour of magic]
%I Pocket
%D 1997
ISBN 2-266-07156-4

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T La huitieme sortilege [The light fantastic]
%I Pocket
%D 1997
ISBN 2-266-07155-6

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T La huitieme fille [Equal rites]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1994
ISBN 2-905158-84-0

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T La huitieme fille [Equal rites]
%I Pocket
%D 1998
ISBN 2-266-08069-5

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Mortimer [Mort]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1994
ISBN 2-905158-90-5

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Sourcellerie [Sourcery]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1995
ISBN 2-84172-000-4

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton translator]
%T Sourcellerie [Sourcery]
%I Pocket
%D 1999
ISBN 2-266-09093-3

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Trois soeurcieres [Wyrd sisters]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1995
ISBN 2-84172-011-X

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Pyramides: le livre de la sortie [Pyramids]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1996
ISBN 2-84172-026-8

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Au guet! [Guards! Guards!]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1997
ISBN 2-84172-045-4

%A Terry Pratchett, Josh Kirby [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Eric
%I l'Atalante
%D 1997
ISBN 2-84172-053-5

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Les zinzins d'Olive-Oued [Moving pictures]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1997
ISBN 2-84172-061-6

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Le faucheur [Reaper man]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1998
ISBN 2-84172-066-7

Non-Discworld Novels:

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T Le peuple du tapis [The carpet people]
%I J'ai lu
%D 1997
ISBN 2-290-04669-8

%A Terry Pratchett, Dominique Haas (translator)
%T La face obscure du soleil [The Dark Side of the Sun]
%I Pocket
%D 1998
ISBN 2-266-07290-0

"Translated from the American by Dominique Haas";
 Cover "Illustration (c) Ron Kirby"

%A Terry Pratchett [Dominique Haas, translator]
%T Strate-a-gemmes [Strata]
%I Pocket
%D 1997
ISBN 2-266-07288-9

%A Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T De bons presages [Good omens]
%I J'ai lu
%D 1995
ISBN 2-277-23892-9

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T Les camionneurs [Truckers]
%I J'ai lu
%D 1996
ISBN 2-277-24178-4

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T Les camionneurs [Truckers]
%I Flammarion
%D 1997
ISBN 2-08-164289-1

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T Les terrassiers [Diggers]
%I Flammarion
%D 1997
ISBN 2-08-164290-5

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Marcel, translator]
%T Les aeronautes [Wings]
%I J'ai lu
%D date
ISBN 2-277-24180-5

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Le sauveur de l'humanite [Only you can save mankind]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1994
ISBN 2-905158-89-1

%A Terry Pratchett [? Patrick Couton ?, translator]
%T Le sauveur de l'humanite [Only you can save mankind]
%I Pocket Jeunesse
%D 1998
ISBN 2-266-08180-2

%A Terry Pratchett [Patrick Couton, translator]
%T Johnny et les morts [Johnny and the dead]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1995
ISBN 2-84172-009-8

%A Terry Pratchett [? Patrick Couton ?, translator]
%T Johnny et la bombe [Johnny and the bomb]
%I l'Atalante
%D 1997
ISBN 2-84172-049-7


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6.4 German
      Particular thanks to Ralf E. Stranzenbach and Bernd Reh for the most
      excellent work in the German translation section. The blurbs have been
      removed from the translation section due to general lack of interest.
      It was also pretty hard to work out if I had made a spelling mistake
      when I only speak/read English (Australian English at that!).[(orin)]

      [information added 5, 10/98: many thanks to beate schwentzick]
      [information added 8/98, 4/1/99, 7/7/99: many thanks to frank luedke]
      [identification of original titles added 9/9/98: many thanks to drake]

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die Farben der Magie [The Colour of Magic]
%I Goldmann Fantasy
%D 1985
ISBN 3-442-23869-2
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1992
ISBN 3-453-05860-7

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Das Licht der Phantasie [The Light Fantastic]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1989
ISBN 3-453-03450-3

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Das Erbe des Zauberers [Equal Rites]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1989
ISBN 3-453-03451-1

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Gevatter Tod [Mort]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1990
ISBN 3-453-04290-5

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Der Zauberhut [Sourcery]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1990
ISBN 3-453-04300-6

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Pyramiden [Pyramids]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1991
ISBN 3-453-04505-X

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Wachen! Wachen! [Guards! Guards!]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1991
ISBN 3-453-05029-0

%A Terry Pratchett
%T MacBest [Wyrd Sisters]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1992
ISBN 3-453-05408-3

%A Terry Pratchett & Josh Kirby
%T Eric
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 11/92
ISBN 3-453-06234-5 (colour illustrations by josh kirby)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Voll im Bilde [Moving Pictures]
%I Goldmann
%D 1993
ISBN 3-442-41543-8  (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Alles Sense [Reaper Man]
%I Goldmann
%D 1994
ISBN 3-442-41551-9 (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Total verhext [Witches Abroad]
%I Goldmann
%D 1994/5
ISBN 3-442-41557-. (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Einfach gottlich [Small Gods]
%I Goldmann
%D 1995
ISBN 3-442-41566-. (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Lords und Ladies
%I Goldmann
%D 1995
ISBN 3-442-42580-. (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Helle Barden [Men at Arms, translated by Andreas Brandhorst]
   "Ein Roman von der bizarren Scheibenwelt". the cover by Josh Kirby, is
   from the artwork for the transworld p/b (slightly differently cropped).
   Terry's dedication is omitted from the book.
%I Goldmann
%D 2/96
ISBN 3-442-43048-8 (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Rollende Steine [Soul Music, translated by Andreas Brandhorst]
%I Goldmann
%D 10/96
ISBN 3-442-41589-6 (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Echt zauberhaft [Interesting Times, translated by Andreas Brandhorst]
%I Goldmann
%D 4/97
ISBN 3-442-41599-3 (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Mummenschanz [Maskerade, translated by Andreas Brandhorst]
%I Goldmann
%D 10/97
ISBN 3-442-41593-4 (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Hohle Koepfe [Feet Of Clay, translated by Andreas Brandhorst]
%I Goldmann
%D 4/98
ISBN 3-442-41539-X (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Schweinsgalopp [Hogfather, translated by Andreas Brandhorst]
%I Goldmann
%D 10/98
ISBN 3-442-41631-0 (large format p/b)

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Fliegende Fetzen [Jingo, translated by (probably Andreas Brandhorst)]
%I Goldmann
%D 4/99
ISBN 3-442-41625-6 (large format p/b)

  [ Frank Luedke adds:
  There's another book [in] Terry's Discworld series scheduled for 12/99;
  more about that when I've found the title of the book ...][(7/7/99)]

Discworld two-in-one omnibus books:

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die Scheibenwelt [The Discworld]
%I Willhelm Heyne
%D
ISBN 3-453-.....-.

contains the Books Die Farben der Magie [The Colour of Magic]
and Das Licht der Phantasie [The Light Fantastic].

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Pyramiden + MacBest [Pyramids + Wyrd Sisters]
%I Willhelm Heyne
%D 1997
ISBN 3-453-12327-1

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Der Zauberhut + Die Farben der Magie [Sourcery + The Colour of Magic]

%I Willhelm Heyne
%D
ISBN 3-453-.....-.


Discworld graphic novel:


%A Terry Pratchett
%T Mort. Der Scheibenwelt-Comic [Mort. The Discworld [Big] Comic]
%I Goldmann
%D
ISBN 3-442-30636-.


Discworld non-fiction:


%A Terry Pratchett & Stephen Briggs translated by Andreas Brandhorst
%T Die Scheibenwelt von A - Z [The Discworld Companion]
%I Goldmann
%D 4/96
ISBN 3-442-43263-4 (large format p/b)

   "Der ultimative Fuehrer - handlich, praktisch, unverzichtbar!"

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die Strassen von Ankh-Morport. Eine Scheibenwelt-Karte
  [The Streets of Ankh-Morpork. A Discworld Map]
%I Goldmann
%D
ISBN 3-443-24719-5


Der Scheibenweltkalender 1999
(based on the "Discworld's Unseen University Diary 1998" - a Diary with
illustrs. by Paul Kirby + information about Ankh-Morpork by Stephen Briggs)

%A Terry Pratchett & Stephen Briggs
%T Der Scheibenwelt-Kalender 1999
%I Goldmann
%D 1998
ISBN 3-442-44321-0


%T Der Scheibenwelt-Kalender 2000 [Discworld's Unseen University Diary]
%I Goldmann
%D 9/99 (scheduled)


Non-Discworld novels:

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die Teppichvoelker [The Carpet People (which edition nyk)]
%I Sauerlander
%D
ISBN

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die Teppichvoelker [The Carpet People (revised edition)]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D
ISBN 3-453-.....-.

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Strata
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D 1992
ISBN 3-453-05834-8

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die dunkle Seite der Sonne [The Other Side of the Sun]
%I Goldman (?h/cvr ?)
%D
ISBN 3-442-.....-.

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Die dunkle Seite der Sonne [The Other Side of the Sun]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D January 1989
ISBN 3-453-03902-5

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Nur Du kannst die Menschheit retten [Only You Can Save Mankind]
%I Bertelsmann/Goldmann (?h/cvr?)
%D
ISBN

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Nur Du kannst die Menschheit retten [Only You Can Save Mankind]
%I Goldmann (paperback)
%D 10/96
ISBN

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Nur Du kannst Sie verstehen [Johnny and the Dead]
%I Bertelsmann/Goldmann (?h/cvr?)
%D
ISBN

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Nur Du hast den Schluessel [Johnny and the Bomb]
%I Bertelsmann/Goldmann (?h/cvr?)
%D
ISBN

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Trucker [Truckers]
%I Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
%D December 1992
ISBN 3-453-06263-9

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Wuehler [Diggers]
%I Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
%D January 1993
ISBN 3-453-06264-7

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Fluegel [Wings]
%I Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
%D January 1993
ISBN 3-453-06265-5

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Trucker - Wuehler - Fluegel [Truckers - Diggers - Wings]
%T Die Nomen-Trilogie [The Nomes Trilogy]
%I Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
%D 1996
ISBN 3-453-09873-0

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Ein gutes Omen [Good Omens]
%I 2001/Rogner & Bernhard
%D 1991
ISBN 3-8077-0247-4

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Ein gutes Omen [Good Omens]
%I Wilhelm Heyne
%D
ISBN 3-453-.....-.

%A Terry Pratchett/Gray Joliffe
%T Echte Katzen tragen niemals Schleifen [The Unadulterrated Cat]
%I Droemer & Knaur
%D January 1991
ISBN 3-........-.

 short stories:

 "Scheibenwahn" [The Turntables of the Night]
  in: Scheibenwahn Erzhlungen

%A Terry Pratchett, Roald Dahl und andere [? editor not credited? - ppint.]
%T Scheibenwahn Erzhlungen [The Flying Sorcers - More Comic Tales of Fantasy]
%I Goldmann
%D 1999
ISBN 3-453-15602-1
  This is a collection of 24 short stories. Terry's title is translated
 as Scheibenwahn, which means something like "weird discs" or "weird about
 discs" but also points to the discworld, which is called "Scheibenwelt"
 in germany. again the cover artwork is by Josh Kirby.

 Die Trollbrcke [Troll Bridge]
 in: Die Erben Des Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien zu Ehren

%A Martin H. Greenberg
%T Die Erben Des Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien zu Ehren
  (translation of After The King [see 7.1] - the german title means:
 "Inherit of the Ring - Dedicated to J.R.R. Tolkien")
%I Bastei/Lbbe
%D 06/1996
ISBN 3-404-13803-1



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6.5 Israeli

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Tseva Hakesem [The Colour of Magic]
%I Kineret Publishing p/b, 264 pages. with the original Josh Kirby cover.
%D 1997
ISBN [not yet known]


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6.6 Italian

%T I colori della Magia
%I Mondadori
ISBN 88-04-35085-7
%X Contains: The Colour of Magic, The Light Fantastic, Equal Rites.

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Il mondo del Disco
%I Mondadori
ISBN 88-04-36520-X
%X Contains: Mort, Sourcery, Wyrd Systers.

Non-Discworld novels:

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Il piccolo popolo dei grandi magazzini [Truckers]
%I Salani
ISBN 88-7782-174-4

%A Gray Jolliffe, Terry Pratchett
%T Il gatto doc [The Unadulterated Cat]
%I Sperling & Kupfer
ISBN 88-200-1096-8


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6.7 Norwegian [informn. added 7/7/98: many thanks to magne oestlyngen]

%T Magiens farge [The Colour of Magic]
%A Terry Pratchett [Rolf Andersen, translator]
%I Tiden Norsk Forlag AS
%D 24/4/98
ISBN 82-10-04217-3


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6.8 Polish [information added 10/10/98: many thanks to grzegorz sapijaszko]
           [information added 7/7/99: many thanks to piotr szotkowski]

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Kolor magii [The Colour of Magic]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1994
ISBN 83-85661-65-4

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Blask fantastyczny [The Light Fantastic]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1995
ISBN 83-86669-45-4

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Rownoumagicznienie [Equal Rites]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1996
ISBN 83-86868-70-8

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Mort
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1996
ISBN 83-86868-52-X

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Czarodzicielstwo [Sourcery]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1997
ISBN 83-7180-073-8


%A Terry Pratchett (transl. by [? probably piotr w. cholewa ?])
%T Eryk (Eric)
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1997
ISBN 83-7180-182-3


%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Trzy wiedzmy [Wyrd Sisters]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1998
ISBN 83-7180-837-2


%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa]
%T Piramidy [Pyramids]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1998
ISBN


%A Terry Pratchett, Stephen Briggs (transl. by Piotr W. Cholewa)
%T swiat Dysku - Mappa (bedaca Jedyna Wierna y zwykle Dokladna Mappa
   Fantastycznego y magicznego Swiata Dysku) [The Discworld Mapp]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 9/98
ISBN 83-7180-374-5

Non-Discworld titles:

%A Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman [transl. by Juliusz Wilczur Garztecki
%T Dobry omen [Good Omens]                         and Hacek Galazka]
%I Proszynski i S-ka
%D 1997
ISBN 83-7180-097-5


%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Dywan [The Carpet People]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1998
ISBN 83-7120-489-2


The Johnny Maxwell Series:

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Tylko ty mozesz uratowac ludzkosc [Only You Can Save Mankind]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1997
ISBN 83-7120-490-6

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Johnny i zmarli [Johnny and the Dead]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1997
ISBN 83-7120-491-4


%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Johnny i bomba [Johnny and the Bomb]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1997
ISBN 83-7120-492-2

The Nomes Series (The Bromeliad):

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Nomow ksiega wyjscia [Truckers]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1998
ISBN 83-7120-565-1

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Nomow ksiega kopania [Diggers]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1998
ISBN 83-7120-627-5

%A Terry Pratchett [transl. by Jaroslaw Kotarski]
%T Nomow ksiega odlotu [Wings]
%I Dom Wydawniczy Rebis
%D 1998
ISBN 83-7120-628-3


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6.9 Spanish

El color de la magia             The Colour of Magic
La luz fantastica                The Light Fantastic
Ritos iguales                    Equal Rites
Mort                             Mort
Rechicero                        Sourcery
Piromides                        Pyramids

There is no translation of _Wyrd Sisters_ available yet, but there are
translations of the Truckers series, and a rumour is going round about
a translation of _Good Omens_.

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6.10 Swedish

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Magins F{rg
%I Target Games AB
%D 1989
ISBN 91-7898-062-3

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Det Fantastiska Ljuset
%I Target Games AB
%D 1990
ISBN 91-7898-073-9

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Trollkarlens Stav
%I Target Games AB
%D 1991
ISBN 91-7898-125-5

%A Terry Pratchett
%T Mort
%I Target Games AB
%D 1992
ISBN 91-7898-153-3

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7.  Miscellany

This section lists short stories, trade articles, and similar items by
Terry, and graphic novels, dramatisations, etc. based upon his work.


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7.1 Short Stories, etc.

  Terry's first published short story was "The Hades Business", in Science
 Fantasy #60 (8/63).  He has also had "Night Dweller" in _New Worlds_ #187
 (c.2/69); & _Time Out_ magazine's Christmas 1987 issue (number 904/5) had
 "Twenty Pence With Envelope and Seasonal Greeting". "Final Reward" was
 published in the magazine _GM_ (10/88) and is about a barbarian and a
 shopping trolly; "Theatre of Cruelty", appeared in the W.H.Smith freebie
 'zine Bookcase, #45 (jul-aug 1993)[no ISSN], illustr. with artwork (some-
 what overprinted by the text) by Josh Kirby, spread across the bottom of
 the two pages, and was expanded for programme book of OryCon 15 convention
 [see _Wizards of Odd_, below]. "History in the Faking" was published in
 the Weekend section of The Evening Standard, London 2/2/90; "The Megabyte
 Drive to Believe in Santa Claus" was in the Western Daily Press, Bristol,
 24/12/96; "Let There Be Dragons" (guest of honour speech given at the Book-
 sellers Association dinner 4/93) was printed in _The Bookseller_ 11/6/93.
  Terry also wrote the forward for the 1989 Corgi publication of Roy Lewis'
 _The Evolution Man_ (penguin p/b 1960) (merkin berkley mmp/b a.k.a. _Once
 Upon an Ice Age_; originally _What We Did to Father_ Hutchinson (1960)
 h/cvr, with embellishments - b+w cartoons, some full page - by Hewison.)

   title:                                first publication:
 Final Reward                          GM (10/88)
 The Hades Business                    ScF #60 (8/63)
 Hollywood Chickens     [orig. anthol. More Tales from the Forbidden Planet]
 #ifdef DEBUG= "WORLD/ENOUGH" + "TIME" [orig. anthol. Digital Dreams]
 Incubust                              [orig. anthol. The Drabble Project]
 Night Dweller                         NW #187 (c.2/69)
 The Sea and Little Fishes             [uk sampler for orig. anthol. Legends]
 The Secret Book of the Dead [poem]    [orig. anthol. poetry Now We are Sick]
 Theatre of Cruelty                    Bookcase #45 (jul-aug 1993);
 Theatre of Cruelty [expanded]         OryCon 15 programme book
 Troll Bridge                          [orig. anthol. After The King]
 Turntables of the Night               [orig. anthol. Hidden Turnings]
 Twenty Pence With Envelope and Seasonal Greeting
                                       Time Out #904/5 (Xmas 1987)
 - plus: a new episodic discworld story by terry is included in the book,
 The Science of Discworld [see 7a.17; this story is illustrative of some
 of the main points discussed by ian stewart & jack cohen, but it is, in
 my opinion, capable of being read by itself [ppint.]. its chapters are
 entitled, but there is no title given for the story as a whole].

  his short stories appear in several anthologies, some being their original
 publications, as noted below : for a full listing of their contents, e-mail
 me [i-m-t@i-m-t.demon.co.uk] and i'll give all the information i have for a
 title.

 * After The King.  This is a Tolkien tribute original anthology of fantasy
   stories edited by Martin H. Greenberg. Terry's story is "Troll Bridge",
   featuring Cohen the Barbarian, from the Discworld.
   Tor Books merkin h/cvr 1992 ISBN 0-312-85353-X;
   Tor Books mmp/b ISBN 0-812-51443-2;
   Pan Books uk h/cvr 1992 ISBN 0-330-32027-0 [out of print];
   Pan Books uk p/b ISBN 0-330-32650-3 [out of print].

 * Cyber Killers. contains " #ifdef DEBUG= "WORLD/ENOUGH" + "TIME" "
   (see Digital Dreams, immediately below -), edited by Ric Alexander,
   with an introduction by Peter F. Hamilton.
   Orion h/cvr 6/97 ISBN 0-7528-0783-8
   Orion yp/b 6/97 ISBN 0-7528-0980-6
   Orion p/b 6/98 ISBN 0-7528-1633-0 [on sale by 11/5/98]

 * Digital Dreams. original anthology of computer related sf short stories,
   edited by David V. Barrett. Terry's " #ifdef DEBUG= "WORLD/ENOUGH" + "TIME" "
   is apparently a little disturbing. Also included is a poem by Neil Gaiman.
   N.E.L. p/b ISBN 0-450-53150-3 (1990) [out of print.]

 * The Drabble Project. original anthology edited by Rob Meads and David
   B. Wake. "Drabbles" are stories of precisely one hundred words; The
   Drabble Project was published to raise money for the Royal National
   Institute of the Blind "Talking Books" library; the hundred authors
   received no payment for this first publication of their stories, other
   than a copy of the book each. including those of the authors, this was
   an edition limited to one thousand copies. Terry's drabble is "Incubust".
   Beccon 1/4/88 (h/cvr) ISBN 1-870824-12-1
   [Drabble II -_Double Century_. also edited by Rob Meads and David B. Wake,
   contains "Nicholas Was...", a drabble by Neil Gaiman.
   Beccon 10/4/90 (h/cvr), ISBN 1-870824-12-1

 * The Flying Sorcerers. reprint anthology edited by Peter Haining.
   Terry's "Turntables of the Night" is the first story.
   Souvenir Press h/cvr 0-285-63388-0 (1977)
   Orbit p/b 1-85723-725-0 (2/99)

 * Hidden Turnings. original anthology edited by Diana Wynne Jones.
   Terry's story is "Turntables of the Night".
   This book was first published in the u.k. by O.P.G. Ltd. under their
   Methuen Children's Books imprint, in the Methuen Teen Collection series,
   in 1989, in h/cvr; under the Teens imprint of Mandarin Paperbacks, form-
   erly Methuen Paperbacks (and an imprint of the Octopus Publishing Group
   division of Reed Books, into which O.P.G. Ltd. had been reorganized in
   the meantime - later renamed Reed Consumer Books, which was in turn sold
   to Random House uk, who consolidated the adult fantasy/sf lists under
   their Legend imprint - and then sold that list to Little, Brown - the
   uk book publishing arm of Time-Warner, who are consolidating it into
   their Orbit imprint... - musical publishing house chairs ?) p/b 1990.
   methuen children's h/cvr ISBN 0-416-11272-2 h/cvr /89 [out of print];
   teens p/b ISBN 0-7497-0279-6 p/b /90 [currently out of print]
   greenwillow merkin h/cvr ISBN 0-...-.....-. [date n.y.k.]

 * Knights of Madness. reprint anthology edited by Peter Haining.
   Terry's story is "Hollywood Chickens"
   Souvenir Press h/cvr 0-285-63450-X 1/9/98 (cover by josh kirby).

 * Legends. original anthology [11 stories] edited by Robert Silverberg.
   "The Sea and Little Fishes" is a Granny Weatherwax Discworld story.
   but n.b. the first publication of this story was in the uk sampler
   for the anthology [dos-a-dos w. The Wood Boy by Raymond E. Feist.]
   tor merkin h/cvr ISBN 0-312-86787-5 [9/98];
   #1/3 tor mmp/b ISBN 0-812-56663-7 [scheduled 9/99];
   #2/3 tor mmp/b ISBN 0-812-57523-7 [scheduled 11/99];
   #3/3 tor mmp/b ISBN 0-812-56664-5 [scheduled 2/00 (y2k - eek!]
   tor have decided to do their mmp/b edition of this anthology in
   three volumes which together will cost about the same as their
   hardcover - though obviously #3 alone will be considerably cheaper.
   mmp/bs: uniform typographical cvrs each with miniature illustration
   in lower righthand corner. "The Sea and Little Fishes" is in #3.
   harpercollins h/cvr ISBN 0-002-25666-5 [5/10/98];
   cover art: geoff taylor dos-a-dos with cover art: josh kirby
   harpercollins yp/b ISBN 0-002-25667-3 [7/6/99];
   cover art: dos-a-dos as for harpercollins h/cvr
   harpercollins p/b ISBN 0-006-.....-. [scheduled 11/99];
   harpercollins p/b ISBN 0-006-.....-. [scheduled 11/99];
   harpercollins have determined to publish the anthology in two
   volumes when they do the standard format p/b. this will cost more
   than the yp/b for the full antholgy, though each volume will cost
   less - and the standard format p/bs will fit more easily on some
   people's bookshelves...

 * Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy Stories, The. reprint anthology edited
   by Mike Ashley. "Troll Bridge"
   Robinson p/b ISBN 1-85487-530-2 30/4/98
   Carroll & Graf p/b ISBN 0-7867-0533-7 p/b 6/98 [on sale during 5/98]

 * More Tales from the Forbidden Planet. original anthology edited by Roz
   Kaveny. Terry's story is "Hollywood Chickens".
   Titan Books (1990) (tp/b) ISBN 1-85286-332-8

 * Now We are Sick. edited by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones.  A collection
   of grim poetry. Terry's contribution is: "The Secret Book of the Dead".
   Dreamhaven (merkin lfp/b) (ISBN 0-9630944-1-6) (ISBN 0-9630944-0-8 for
   the limited edition h/cvr)

 * The Oxford Book of Fantasy Stories. edited by Tom Shippey. excellent
   reprint anthology of thirty-one fantasy stories from 1888 through 1992,
   which latter year is represented by Terry's "Troll Bridge", featuring
   Cohen the barbarian; also included is a thoughtful thirteen-page intro
   by Tom Shippey, plus a "select bibliography" useful for further reading.
   Oxford University Press (1994) h/cvr ISBN 0-19-......-.;
   Oxford University Press (1995) p/b ISBN 0-19-282398-1

 * Shivers for Christmas. reprint anthology edited by Richard Dalby, which
   includes Terry's "20p with Envelope and  Seasonal Greeting"
   O'Mara h/cvr 1995
   St Martin's [merkin ?h/cvr?] 1996

 * Space Movies II. reprint anthology edited by Peter Haining, which includes
   Terry's  "Final Reward".
   Severn House h/cvr 4/96

 * The Unfriendly Future. edited by Tom Boardman. penultimate story is
   Terry's first-published story, "The Hades Business".
   NEL/Four Square 10/65 (p/b) stock no.1347 (pre-ISBNs).

 * Wizards of Odd. reprint anthology edited by Peter Haining. Terrry's story
   in this generally excellent anthology of light and humorous fantasy and sf
   is "Theatre of Cruelty"
   Souvenir Press h/cvr ISBN 0-285-63308-2 1996
   Legend p/b ISBN 0-09-917442-1 15/5/97
   [this edition and reprints now out of print, replaced by]
   Orbit p/b ISBN 1-85723-635-1 12/97
   all: cvr by josh kirby is the artwork for the shorter version of this
   story, as published in WHSzine Bookcase 45 (see above for details);
   this fuller version of the story is freely available for our private
   delectation at the AFP Archives (- thank-you, terry)...   - n.b. -
   *Conditions*Apply*: available for private use only; you may obtain
   it by anonymous ftp from ftp.lspace.org and its mirrors, in directory
   /pub/pratchett/words/misc (or similar), and also from www.lspace.org.


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7.2 Truckers [Picture Book based on the Cosgrove Hall animated cartoons]

%A [none given]
%T Truckers
%I Picture Corgi (stapled, square-ish format p/b)
%D 1992  [this is now out of print.]
ISBN 0-552-52735-1

        children's picture book, composed of stills from the Cosgrove
        Hall animated cartoon, plus text.


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7.2a Truckers [Picture Book based on the Cosgrove Hall animated cartoons]

%A [none given] [book design by Gavin Young]
%T Truckers
%I Ladybird (stapled, square-ish format p/b)
%D 199X (not indicated)
ISBN 0-7214-1516-4

        children's picture book, composed of stills from the Cosgrove
        Hall animated cartoon, plus text. [not a simple republication
        by Ladybird of 7.2, but nearly so, allowing for different page
        formats.]


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7.3 Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic - The Graphic Novel

%A Text: Adapted: Scott Rockwell    Illustrated: Steven Ross
   Lettered: Vickie Williams        Edited: David Campiti
%T Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic
%I Corgi (large format p/b)
%D 1991
ISBN 0-552-13954-9

the four-part comic adaptation originally published by Innovation Comics
collected. cover artwork by Daerick Gross, sr.


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7.4 Terry Pratchett's The Light Fantastic [graphic novel]

%A Text: Adapted: Scott Rockwell    Illustrated: Steven Ross & Joe Bennet
   Lettered: Michelle Beck & Vickie Williams        Edited: David Campiti
%T Terry Pratchett's The Light Fantastic
%I Corgi (large format p/b)
%D 1992
ISBN 0-552-14159-3

the four-part comic adaptation originally published by Innovation Comics
collected. cover artwork by Steven Ross.


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7.5 Mort: A Discworld Big Comic.[graphic novel]

%A Text:Terry Pratchett Illustrated: Graham Higgins.
%T Mort: A Discworld Big Comic.
%I Gollancz (large format h/cvr)
%D 1994
ISBN 0-575-05697-5
%I Gollancz (large format p/b)
%D 1994
ISBN 0-575-05699-1

Blurb:
        Being Death's apprentice is a good job. Board and lodging, free
        use of company horse, and you don't even need time off for your
        grandmother's funeral. Looking like a skeleton is not compulsory,
        either.

        And you meet lots of interesting people. Although, of course, not
        for very long.

        All in all, it's a job for life.

        Well, nearly. It would have been if Mort had remembered that he
        wasn't supposed to rescue princesses. After that it all began to
        go dead wrong.


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7.6 Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters - The Play

%A adapted by Stephen Briggs
%T Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters - The Play
%I Corgi (b format p/b)  [cover art by Stephen Player.]
%D 1996
ISBN 0-552-14430-4

Blurb:
        Terry Pratchett takes Shakespear's Macbeth and then turns it up 'till
        the knob comes off. It's all there - a wicked duke and duchess, the
        ghost of the murdered king, dim soldiers, strolling players, a land
        in peril. And who stands between the Kingdom and Destruction? Three
        witches. Granny Weatherwax (intolerant, self-opinionated, powerful),
        Nanny Ogg (down-to-earth, vulgar) and Magrat Garlick (naive, fond of
        occult jewelly and bunnies)


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7.7 Terry Pratchett's Mort - The Play

%A adapted by Stephen Briggs
%T Terry Pratchett's Mort - The Play
%I Corgi (b format p/b)  [cover art by Stephen Player.]
%D 1996
ISBN 0-552-14429-0

Blurb:
        Death comes to us all. When he came to Mort, he offered him a job.
        But when Mort is left in charge for an evening, he allows his heart
        to rule his head and soon the whole of causality and the future of
        the Discworld itself, are at rist. Along the way, Mort encounters not
        only Death's adopted daughter, Yeabell - who has been 16 for 35 years
        and his mysterious man servant Albert - whose cooking can harden an
        artery at 10 paces - but also an incompetent wizard with a talking
        doorknocker and a beautiful, but rather bad-tempered and dead,
        princess.

        On Terry Pratchett's Discworld, Death really is a 7 foot skeleton in
        a black hooded robe and weilding a scythe. He is also fond of cats,
        enjoys a good curry, and rides around the scies on a magnificent white
        horse called Binky.


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7.8 Terry Pratchett's Guards! Guards! - The Play

%A adapred by Stephen Briggs
%T Terry Pratchett's Guards! Guards! - The Play
%I Corgi (b format p/b)  [cover art by Stephen Player.]
%D 5/97
ISBN 0-552-14431-2

Blurb:
        Terry Pratchett's infamous city of Ankh-Morpork is under threat
        from a 60-foot-fire-breathing dragon, summoned by a secret society
        of malcontented tradesmen.

        Defending Ankh-Morpork against this threat is the entire, underpaid,
        undervalued City Night Watch - a drunken and world-weary Captain, a
        cowardly and overweight Sergeant, a small opportunistic Corporal of
        dubious parentage...and their newest recruit, Lance-Corporal Carrot,
        who is upright, literal, law-abiding and keen. Aiding them in their
        fight for truth, justice and the Ankh-Morporkian way are a small
        swamp dragon and the Librarian of Unseen University (who just happ-
        ens to be an orangutan).

        Stephen Briggs has been involved in amateur dramatics for over 25
        years and he assures us that the play can be staged without needing
        the budget of Industrial Light and Magic. Not only that, but the
        cast should still be able to be in the pub well before closing time.

        Oh, and a word of advice omitted from the play text:

        <"olde englishe font" on/>

        Learn the Words

        </"olde englishe font" off>

        _Havelock, Lord Vetinari_


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7.9 Terry Pratchett's Men at Arms - The Play

%A adapted by Stephen Briggs
%T Terry Pratchett's Men at Arms - The Play
%I Corgi (b format p/b) [cover art by Stephen Player.]
%D 1/5/97 [scheduled - but not seen by me till 10/6/97 (ppint.)]
ISBN 0-552-14432-0

Blurb:
        Scarcely a year on from the events of _Guards! Guards!_, the Ankh-
        Morpork City Night Watch find their services are once more needed
        to tackle a threat to their city. A threat at least as deadly as a
        60-foot dragon, but mechanical and heartless to boot.
        It kills without compunction. It is the first gun on the Discworld.

        The original Watch - Captain Vimes, Sergeant Colon, Corporal Carrot
        and Corporal Nobbs - are joined by some new recruits, selected to
        reflect the city's ethnic make-up - Lance-Constables Cuddy (a dwarf),
        Detritus (a troll) and Angua (a w..., well, best to find out for
        yourself).

        Stephen Briggs has been involved in amateur dramatics for over 25
        years and he assures us that the play can be staged without needing
        the budget of Industrial Light and Magic. Not only that, but the
        cast should still be able to be in the pub well before closing time.

        Oh, and a word of advice omitted from the play text:

        <"olde englishe font" on/>

        Learn the Words

        </"olde englishe font" off>

        _Havelock, Lord Vetinari_

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7.10 Soul Music: The Illustrated Screenplay

%A adapted by Martin Jameson
%T Soul Music: The Illustrated Screenplay
%I Corgi (large format p/b) [cover art from body of book.]
%D 9(?)/12/97      [scheduled for 1/11/97; not published that month -
ISBN 0-552-14556-4 delayed by unanticipated production difficulties (ppint.)]

Blurb:
        DISCWORLD IS ABOUT TO ROCK...

        Deputising for DEATH was never going to be easy, not least when he
        has gone walkabout in search of the Meaning of Life - without even
        leaving a forwarding address. But for his granddaughter, Susan, it
        becomes even more difficult when she breaks one of the cardinal
        rules of the family business - don't get involved!

        All around the Disc, crowds are shouting out for Buddy Celyn and
        The Band With Rocks In. They are in the grip of a new and danger-
        ous music and Buddy is under its thumb. It's alive, it changes
        people - and it won't fade away.

        Grain by grain, Buddy's time is running out and Susan has to save
        him - it's not going to be easy when she looks more like the Tooth
        Fairy than the Grim Reaper...


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7.11 GURPS Discworld [fantasy role-playing game]

%A Terry Pratchett & Phil Masters
%T GURPS Discworld
%I Steve Jackson Games (very large format p/b, cvr & illos. Paul Kidby)
%D 8/98, 5/99
ISBN 1-55634-261-6 [SJG stock code 6084]
%I Steve Jackson Games (very large format h/cvr, cvr & illos. Paul Kidby)
%D 5/99 [first seen 28/5/99; is h/cvr edition of the second printing]
ISBN 1-55634-386-8 [SJG stock code 6089]
[n.b. isbn in indica on title page of h/cvr is incorrect (that for p/b)]


Blurb:

        The World is Round... And Also Flat!

        It's obvious really. Everyone [1] knows it.

        The Disc rests on the back of four giant elephants, who in turn stand
        on the back of Great A'Tuin, the only turtle to form the basis of an
        entire branch of astrophysics.

        For the last few years, events on the Discworld have been chronicled
        in the works of Terry Pratchett. Fans have learned of the adventures
        of Rincewind, the incompetent wizard, Granny Weatherwax, the witch
        [known to trolls as "She Who Must Be Avoided]. Captain Carrot the six-
        foot dwarf, Archchancellor Ridcully, Susan Sto Helit [granddaughter of
        Death], and a cast of strange and unique characters.

        Now, thanks to a special arrangement [rumoured to involve Mr Dibbler
        of Ankh-Morpork, special consultancy on combat rules from Cohen the
        ctogenarian Barbarian, and a vampire lawyer], it's time for roleplay-
        ers to make their way to the far end of the probability curve and...

        THRILL to the distinctive sights, sounds, and smells [especially
        smells] of Ankh-Morpork, most dubious city in the multiverse!

        Sail the Circle Sea in ursuit of wealth, glory, pirate gold, or a
        suntan!

        INTERVENE in the on-going racial rivalry of trolls and dwarves [watch
        out for flying axes]!

        AVOID the attentions of Death, Fate, the Lady, and the Patrician!

        WONDER why they bought a second meat pie from Mr Dibbler!]

        RUN AWAY from an angry Swamp Dragon [two feet of mindless fury and
        hhigh-explosive digestion]!

        LEARN why Casanunda [second greatest lover on the Discworld] needs
        a stepladder.

        Complete with Discworld magic, a guide to the best inns, Things from
        the Dungeon Dimensions, Gaspode the Wonder Dog, and a Thousand Eleph-
        ants. [Well, maybe we lied about the elephants.]

        [1] Except the devout followers of the Great God Om, who firmly be-
            lieve it's a sphere.

      [there is also an article by john m. ford & phil masters, entitled
       "Acquiring Respect", or possibly "Of Gods, Kings and Swamp Gas",
        in SJG's magazine, Pyramid #30 3-4/98 [uk on-sale date 2/7/98.]


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7.12 Wyrd Sisters: The Illustrated Screenplay

A% adapted by Martin Jameson
%T Wyrd Sisters: The Illustrated Screenplay
%I Corgi (illustrated large fmt p/b)    [illustrated with plates taken from
%D 18/8/98[?]   the cosgrove hall animated film] [cvr art from body of book]
ISBN 0-552-14575-0 [publn. delayed by unanticipated production difficulties]

Blurb:
      A TALE FOR ALL SEASONS: COMEDY, TRAGEDY, RICHES, POVERTY, MAGIC,
      LOVE, HATE, REDEMPTION, DAMNATION, AND MUCH, MUCH, MORE or, other-
      wise known as WYRD SISTERS

      Three witches on a stormy heath, a king cruelly murdered, a usurper
      on the throne, rivers of blood, lots of trees - is this beginning to
      sound familiar? Add to that a young prince adrift from his rightful
      inheritance, a travelling band of thespians, a fool who speaks the
      truth, and some jokes - and a play within a screenplay, and you have
      the essence of Shakespeare without having to read thirty-seven plays.
      In fact you have the unexpurgated screenplay of one of Terry Prat-
      chett's funniest and most telling Discworld stories.

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7.13 Terry Pratchett's Maskerade - The Play

%A adapred by Stephen Briggs
%T Terry Pratchett's Maskerade - The Play
%I Samuel French (b format p/b)  [cover art by Stephen Player]
%D 18/9/98
ISBN 0-573-01829-4

        All is not well in the Ankh-Morpork Opera House. A ghost stalks
        the dark corridors, leaving strange letters for the management
        and ... killing people. Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg, two
        Lancre witches, investigate, and are soon involved in all kinds
        of skulduggery, mayhem and ear-splittingly loud singing.

        Terry Pratchett's phenomenally popular Discworld novel, 'Maskerade',
        has been skilfully adapted by Stephen Briggs with suitably dramatic
        panache. Quirky and original characters, a labyrinthine plot and
        numerous witty one-liners make this a treat for Discworld fans and
        'uninitiated' theatregoers alike.


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7a. Discworld "Non-Fiction"
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[those of us who believe in the discworld will ignore the quote-marks. - ppint.]


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7a.1 The Fantasy Art of Josh Kirby
%A Josh Kirby
%T The Fantasy Art of Josh Kirby
%I Corgi (very large format p/b)
%D c.1991 [this book is out of print.]
ISBN 0-552-99382-4

        Enlargements of cover artwork from the earlier Corgi books, with-
        out the superimposed typography, and further enlargements of some
        details (e.g. the Luggage). Apparently produced from Corgi books'
        covers, rather than from either the original artwork or colour
        separations made directly from this, the quality of the plates is
        not high.


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7a.2 In The Garden of Unearthly Delights

%A Josh Kirby
%T In The Garden of Unearthly Delights
%I Paper Tiger (mid-large fmt p/b) [8.3"/21.1cm wide by 11.6"/29.5cm tall]
%D 1991 (at least two subs. reprints.) [currently out of print]
ISBN 1-85028-154-8

        Josh Kirby's first artbook published by Paper Tiger, "In The
        Garden of Unearthly Delights", contains plates of work across
        his career in fantasy, sf and horror art from the late fifties
        and sixties (though the great majority of the one hundred and
        fifty-nine paintings reproduced are from 1970 through the date
        of publication), including many of the Discworld paintings. the
        text is by fantasy artist, Nigel Suckling; the foreword is by
        Brian Aldiss. [the third printing of this book was out of print
        by early summer 1996, and due to be reprinted by that october:
        i have not seen a fourth printing as of 6/99. (ppint.)]


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7a.3 The Josh Kirby Discworld Portfolio

%A Josh Kirby
%T The Josh Kirby Discworld Portfolio
%I Paper Tiger (very large fmt p/b) [11.5"/29.2cm wide by 16.5"/42.2cm tall]
%D 1993 (at least two subs.reprs.) [currently out of print]
ISBN 1-85028-259-5

        Uncredited introduction quoting Terry, at some length, plus twenty-
        eight bordered full-page plates:

        Trounced Thaumaturge and Dragon Maiden, Treadwheel in Hell [Eric],
        Mephistopheles [Eric], Eric the Demonologist [Eric], Eric over Ankh-
        Morpork [Eric and the a format p/b cover], Death in his Study [Eric],
        Helen of Troy [Eric], Mort, Strata, The Light Fantastic, Sourcery,
        Guards! Guards!, Wyrd Sisters, Equal Rites, The Colour of Magic,
        The Dark Side of the Sun, Eric [the h/cvr and vlf p/b cover],
        Discworld [Eric], Pyramids, Small Gods, Witches Abroad, Lords and
        Ladies, Reaper Man, Moving Pictures, Truckers, Diggers, Wings,
        The Carpet People.


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7a.4 The Streets of Ankh Morpork

%A Stephen Briggs and Terry Pratchett
%T The Streets of Ankh-Morpork
%I Corgi
%D 1993
ISBN 0552-14161-5 (Folded Map and stapled street index in card cover)

Blurb:

        Being a concise and possibly even accurate MAPP of the Great
        City of the DISCWORLD

        Including Unseen University and environs!

        Also finest assortment of avenues, lanes, squares, and alleys for
        your walking pleasure

       "There's a saying that all roads lead to Ankh-Morpork. And it's wrong.
       All roads lead away from Ankh-Morpork, but sometimes people walk along
       them the wrong way."
                                         from Moving Pictures

        Ankh-Morpork! City of One Thousand Surprises (according to the famous
        publication by the Guild of Merchants)! All human life is there!
        Although, if it walks down the wrong alley, often quite briefly!

        The city celebrated in the bestselling Discworld series by Terry
        Pratchett has been meticulously mapped for the first time. It's all
        here - from *Unseen University* to the *Shades*, from major landmarks
        like the *Patrician's Palace* to little-known, er, nooks like *Dwarf
        Bread Museum* in *Whirligig Alley*. See the famous streets along
        which so many heroes have walked, in some cases quite hurriedly!

        As leading Ankh-Morpork entrepeneur C.M.O.T. Dibbler would say:
        A snip at any price - and that's cutting our own throat. Well, close.


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7a.5 The Discworld Companion (with Stephen Briggs)

%A Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs
%T The Discworld Companion
%I Victor Gollancz (h/cvr)
%D 1994
ISBN 0575-05764-5
%I Victor Gollancz (b format p/b)
%D 1995
ISBN 0575-06002-6

Blurb:

        For the newcomer and the old hand alike the Discworld can be a
        fatally confusing planet. From the great city of Ankh-Morpork,
        featuring a river you could skateboard across if it wasn't so
        knobbly, to the distant Ramptop Mountains and the mysterious
        Counterweight Continent, the Discworld is a place where Death
        waits around every corner...

        For safety's sake, you need a guide.

        And here it is. Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs, respectively
        chronicler and cartographer of the Discworld, have produced the
        one and only definitive guide to the flat planet - its geography,
        its flora and fauna, its (many) religions, its architecture and
        customs, and its outstanding personalities.

        What is a Quantum Weather Butterfly? What does Death keep on his
        desk? Would you drink Bearhugger's Homeopathic Sipping Whiskey?
        How are the kings of Ankh-Morpork different from the kings of Ankh?


        Everything the Discworld traveller needs to know is contained in
        these pages, together with useful maps and illustrations of
        significant places and emblems in this unique world.


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7a.5u The Discworld Companion ("updated" edition)

%A Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs
%T The Discworld Companion
%I Vista (p/b)
%D 22/5/97 (in fact available by 17/5/97)
ISBN 0575-60030-6

    this is a minimum of (approximately) 14% greater in content, than
              the h/cvr (and b format p/b) first edition.


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7a.6 The Discworld Mapp

%A Stephen Briggs and Terry Pratchett
%T The Discworld Mapp
%I Corgi (folded map in card cover)
%D 1995
ISBN 0552-14324-3

Blurb:
        They said it couldn't be done. Well, it has been done, proving them
        wrong once again. After years of research, cunningly contrived in as
        many minutes, the discworld has its map. It takes full account of the
        historic and much documented expeditions of the Discworld's feted (or
        at least fated) explorers: General Sir Roderick Purdeigh, Lars
        Larsnephew, Llamedos Jones, Lady Alice Venturi, Ponce da Quirm and,
        of course, Venter Borass.

        Now travellers on this circular world can see it all: from Klatch
        to the Ramtops, from Cori Celesti to the Circle Sea, from Genua to
        Bhanbhanduc. The great cities of Hunghung, Pseudopolis, Al Khali
        and, of course, Ankh-Morpork are place with loving care upon this
        world which is carried through space by Great A'Tuin.


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7a.7 Terry Pratchett's Discworld - The Official Strategy Guide

%A Glen Edridge
%T Terry Pratchett's Discworld - The Official Strategy Guide
%I Prima (mid-format p/b) [7.4"/18.8cm wide by 9.2"/23.4cm tall]
%D 1995
ISBN 0-5521-4439-8(us)
ISBN 0-55214-439-8(uk)

        Published in their "Secrets of the Games (T.M.)" series, this
        is a 136-paged, *indexed* guide to the Psygnosis computer game,
        "Terry Pratchett's Discworld", illustrated with b+w screenshots
        and details of screenshots, and containing a detachable, full-
        colour poster-map of Ankh-Morpork bound in. [The one edition is
        distributed under either ISBN, as appropriate.]


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7a.7a Terry Pratchett's Discworld Quizbook

%A David Langford
%T Terry Pratchett's Discworld Quizbook
%I Vista (p/b) cover art by Josh Kirby
%D 1996
ISBN 0575-60000-4

first edition (p/b) blurb:

        THE UNSEEN UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE:

        Trolls have smashed down the door, there's a banshee on the
        roof, the river's caught fire, the librarian has turned into
        some kind of ape, and _this is your starter for ten..._

        Questions about figgins, DEATH, mind-destroying footnotes,
        carnivorous Luggage with lots of little legs, quantum
        butterflies, the magico-numerical significance of what
        we must call _twice four_ or _seven plus one_, and even the
        precise sex of the Great Turtle who supports Terry
        Pratchett's phenomenal planet (via four elephant middlemen).


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7a.9 The Pratchett Portfolio

%A Terry Pratchett (text)
%A Paul Kidby (artist)
%T The Pratchett Portfolio
%I Victor Gollancz (middling large fmt p/b) [9"/23cm wide by 11.4"/29cm tall]
%D 9/96
ISBN 0-575-06348-3

               "A compendium of characters from the discworld,
                     lavishly illustrated by Paul Kidby"

        Seven colour, and many b+w illustrations of characters with
        accompanying character sketches written by Terry.


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7a.10 Terry Pratchett's Discworld II - Missing Presumed...!?
       The Official Strategy Guide
%A Paul Kidd
%T Terry Pratchett's Discworld II - Missing Presumed...!? The Official
   Strategy Guide
%I Boxtree (mid-format p/b) [7.4"/18.8cm wide by 9.2"/23.4cm tall]
%D 1996
ISBN 0-7522-2204-X (uk)

        A 144-paged (including titles, indica & final p. advert.),
        *indexed* guide to the Perfect Entertainment computer game,
        "Terry Pratchett's Discworld II - Missing Presumed...!?",
        illustrated with black, dark orangey-brown + white screenshots
        and details of screenshots, and containing a detachable, full-
        colour poster-map of The Discworld bound in (Stephen Player's
        Mappe, see 7a.6; reproduced well, though on a smaller scale).

        As Prophesised by Achmed the Mad!
        'And lo, it came to pass, the denizens of Perfect Entertainment
        did construct a game known to the world as Discworld II. For
        forty days and forty nights did the heroes struggle with the
        fiendish quests, until finally their occidental lobes were sore,
        and they cried out to Jaala, goddess of lateral thinking, parallel
        parking, pinball and miscellaneous entertainments, saying "How do
        I get bees to sweat?" and "What do I do with the ironing board?"
        And the spirit of Jaala moved through the world, and thus was the
        Discworld II Strategy Guide created.'
        _The Book of Kash (Prophet, 2nd Grade)._

        Discworld is a planet rife with danger and magical mayhem and, when
        Death disappears, a hero is desperately needed to bring him back.
        Unfortunately for everyone Rincewind, the hapless magician, lands the
        job ... and with a hero like that you need all the help you can get.


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7a.11 Discworld Unseen University Diary 1998
%A Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs illustrated by Paul Kidby
%T Discworld Unseen University Diary 1998
%I Gollancz
%D 27/10/97 (actually available by 17/10/97)
ISBN 0-575-06551-6

        twenty pages of useful information to the uuu [u], b+w pencil-work
        embellishments by paul kidby, a diary-style map of ankh-morpork's
        most interesting features from viewpoint of the uuu, and a week-
        to-a-double-page-spread diary for 1998 [including "octdays", which
        are unnumbered in the run of each month, whose discworld and this-
        world namess are given, as are public holidays. the endpapers are
        year planners for 1998 and 1999.
                                                 [u] - undergraduate


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7a.12 A Tourist Guide to Lancre

%A Stephen Briggs, Paul Kidby, Terry
%T A Tourist Guide to Lancre
%I Corgi (walker's guide to sights & sites plus folded "aerial view"
   poster map with placenames overlaid, in "b-format" card covers)
%D 6/98 [delayed publication: first printing map key numbers & guide
         do not agree [source: dave langford's fanzine, Ansible];
         not distributed, save possibly during Terry's signing tour.]
ISBN 0-552-14608-0

        Not only an artistic and breathtaking view of Lancre but also
        an interesting and informative guide to one of the Discworld's
        more, er, picturesque kingdoms.

        Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick live there.
        Lancre could hardly be somewhere ordinary, could it ?

        Magic glues the Discworld together and a lot of it ends up in
        Lancre, principal Kingdom of the Ramtop Mountains. Between
        Uberwald and Whale Bay, the Octarine Grass Country and the
        Widdershins Ocean lies the most exciting and dangerous terrain
        in all Discworld. The Ramtops supply Discworld with most of its
        witches and wizards. The leaves on the trees in the Ramtops move
        even when there is no breeze. Rocks go for a stroll in the even-
        ing. Even the land, at times, seems alive.

        The mapp may only be two-dimensional, but watch it very carefully
        and you might see it jostle about a bit.


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7a.13 Terry Pratchett Discworld Collector's Edition 1999 Calendar

%A Josh Kirby (illustr.)
%T Terry Pratchett Discworld Collector's Edition 1999 Calendar
%I Ink
%D 30/9/98 [on sale at i.m.t. in dwc2 from 18-21/9/98 (9/18-21/98 for merkins)]
ISBN 1-87627-489-1

        reproductions of cover and other discworld art by josh kirby:
        Mort, Eric, Wyrd Sisters, The Colour of Magic, Reaper Man,
        Death in his Study [from Eric], Moving Pictures, Soul Music,
        Guards! Guards!, The Colour of Magic & The Light Fantastic,
        Maskerade.



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7a.14 Discworld's Ankh-Morpork City Watch Diary 1999

%A Stephen Briggs, Paul Kidby (illustr.), Terry
%T Discworld's City Watch Diary 1999
%I Gollancz
%D 24/9/98 [on sale in large uk a/cs by 17/9/98 <*sulk*>]
ISBN 0-575-06660-1

        twenty pages of useful information to the amcwb [b], b+w pencil-
        work embellishments by paul kidby, and a week-to-a-double-page-
        spread diary for 1999 [including "octdays", which are unnumbered
        in the run of each month, whose discworld and this-world names
        are given, as are public holidays. two pages of display adverts.
        the endpapers are year planners for 1999 and Y2k - with 29/2/00
        (2/29/00 for merkins).


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7a.15 Terry Pratchett Discworld Collector's Edition 1999 Day-to-Day Calendar

%A Paul Kidby (illustr.), Stephen Briggs, Terry
%T Terry Pratchett Discworld Collector's Edition 1999 Day-to-Day Calendar
%I Ink
%D 30/9/98 [scheduled; delayed 'til late 10/98]
ISBN 1-876327-243-3

blurb:
        includes new, unpublished Paul Kidby illustrations!

        365 invaluble facts for the discerning Discworld traveller

        The unpredictable fantasy land of Discworld floats through
        space on the back of four elephants standing on a turtle. In
        this calendar, with text from _The Discworld Companion_ (pub-
        lished in 1994/95), Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs provide
        a wealth of detail to guide the adventurous, yet discerning,
        Discworld traveller. With each page, a different aspect of Disc-
        world is explored -- its geography, inhabitants, leading citiz-
        ens, culture and history. In fact a whole calendar full of inval-
        uable facts, from A to Z, that Discworld afficionados cannot
        live without.

        [n.b. the paul kidby illustrations are printed in feint, as is
        suitable for overwriting - as befits a desk tear-off calendar.
                                                             - ppint.]
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7a.16 Death's Domain

%A  Paul Kidby, Terry
%T  Death's Domain
%I Corgi [map in card covers with 32pp booklet incl. titles, indica, key]
%D 29/4/99
ISBN 0-552-14672-2

blurb:
        <"gothic" style font>
        The house that Death built...and the garden too.

        DEATH'S DOMAIN

        It's no more than a breath away...
        </"gothic" style font>

        Everyone needs a place to relax after a long day, after all. So
        here is the place where the Grim Reaper can kick back and take
        the load off his scythe. Here's the golf course that's not so
        much crazy as insane, and the useless maze, and the dark gardens
        - all brought (incongruously) to life. And here, for the first
        time ever, you will find out the reason why Death can't under-
        stand rockeries, and what happens to garden gnomes.

        As Death rides Binky into the sunset (of other people's lives),
        you can at last see what he gets up to when he's not at work.


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7a.17 The Science of Discworld

%A Ian Stewart, Jack Cohen & Terry
%T The Science of Discworld
%I Ebury Press
%D 3/6/99 h/cvr [cover art by paul kidby]
ISBN 0-09-186515-8
[p/b guesstimates:
%I Vermillion
%D 3/6/00 p/b [same cvr art]
ISBN 0-09-......-.
but n.b. these are guesstimates]

    this includes a new discworld story by terry, illustrative of
    some of the main points made by ian stewart & jack cohen; the
    individual chapters have titles, but none is given in the book
    for the story as a whole. the story occupies approximately one
    third of the book, its chapters alternating with those of the
    exposition.

blurb:
        In the fantasy universe of the phenomenally best-selling
        Discworld series, everything runs on magic and common sense.
        The world is flat and million-to-one chances happen nine
        times out of ten. Our world seems different - it runs on
        rules, often rather strange ones. Science is our way of
        finding out what those rules are. The appeal of Discworld
        is that it mostly makes sense, in a way that particle
        physics doesn't.

        _The Science of Discworld_ uses the magic of Discworld
        to illuminate the scientific rules that govern _our_
        world. When a wizardly experiment goes adrift, the wiz-
        ards of Unseen University find themselves with a pocket
        universe on their hands: Roundworld, where neither magic
        nor common sense seems to stand a chance against logic.

        Roundworld is, of course, our own universe. With us in-
        side it (eventually). Guided (if that's the word) by
        the wizards, we follow the story from the primal sing-
        ularity of the Big Bang to the Internet and beyond. We
        discover how puny and insignificant lives are against a
        cosmic backdrop of creation and disaster. Yet, paradox-
        ically, we see how the richness of a universe based on
        rules has led to a complex world and at least one spec-
        ies that tried to get a grip on what was going on...


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7a.18 Discworld Assassins' Guild Diary 2000

%A Stephen Briggs, Paul Kidby (illustr.), Terry
%T Discworld Assassins' Guild Diary 2000
%I Gollancz [advised as orion, who now own them; but isbn is gollancz's]
%D 19/8/99 [scheduled] h/cvr
ISBN 0-575-06687-3

         128pp, cvr & illustrations by paul kidby

         [i'll try and have these for ccde '99; but cassell plc
         (then owners of gollancz, now themselves owned by orion)
         were less than helpful with stock of last year's diary
         and there thus were none at the second discworld con-
         vention, in the adelphi hotel, liverpool :-(. ppint.]
         [though it's looking as though this description may not
         apply to orion, the new owners :-)). ppint. (7/7/99)]


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7a.19 Nanny Ogg's Cookbook

%A Tina Hannan, Paul Kidby & Terry
%T Nanny Ogg's Cookbook
%I Doubleday
%D 11/99 [scheduled] h/cvr
ISBN 0-385-.....-.


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9. Notes
   (on publishers, ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers), formats...


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9.1 Note on uk publishers, ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers)

The ten-digit International Standard Book Number is used to uniquely
identify an edition of a book (though not, in uk usage, each printing).
it consists of a first section, identifying the language ("0-" or "1-"
indicates english); a second section identifying the publisher, some-
times, now, the imprint - where one publisher has been taken over by
another). it is the last part of the isbn that is peculiar to the part-
icular edition of a book from the publisher identified by these prefixes
(the final tenth figure is a check digit, that allows transmission and
typing errors to be caught by computer systems - or, in theory, by hand).

UK publishers of Terry's books, and of anthologies containing his stories.

0-006-, 0-022- HarperCollins_Publishers_ (formerly William Collins & Sons,
before that truly fine merkin citizen, Rupert Murdoch, then xxxxian, added
them to his swagbag): included are the imprints HarperCollins, Voyager, etc;
Collins, whose p/b imprint was Fontana, had by then bought Granada Publish-
ing, who had themselves absorbed Mayflower, Rupert Hart-Davis, McGibbon &
Kee, Arco, Paladin, and others - not least, Panther, which house went back
to the fifties, when Panther Books was set up as an imprint of the publish-
ers, Hamilton & Co., Staffs... Pan Books (see 0-330-) was formerly associat-
ed with Collins by partial ownership of Pan, but was operationally separate;

0-09- indicates a book published by the Arrow division of Random House UK,
formerly part of Century-Hutchinson, formerly Arrow Books, the p/b imprint
of the long-established uk publishers, Hutchinson & Co., who were for a
decade or so owned by London Weekend Television. imprints included Legend
(now sold to Little, Brown [Warner UK], who own the Orbit imprint, and are
re-badging as Orbit books, as they reprint - and changing ISBNs accordingly
[see 1-85723-] - as of mid-1997), Ebury Press & Vermilion, and Red Fox,
whose p/bs and h/cvrs also use this prefix: Random House has recently
been bought by Bertelsmann, who also own Transworld Publishers [- see
0-385-, 0-552- below];

0-19- is the prefix identifying Oxford University Press;

0-285- indicates Souvenir Press;

0-330- identifies Pan Books, formerly owned by a consortium of William
Collins, Granada and Thomas Tilling/British Electric Traction; now an
imprint of Macmillan Publishers, who owned, but now are a sister company
of, the merkin publisher, St. Martins Press (the owners of Tor Books till
this reorganisation): all are now parts of Holtzbrinck Publishing Holdings;
0-7522- is the prefix Macmillan use on their Boxtree imprint;

0-385- and 0-552- are, respectively, the Doubleday (h/cvr) and Corgi (p/b)
imprints of Transworld Publishers, now owned by the Bertelsmann group of
Germany (as are the merkin publishers Bantam Doubleday Dell, who have the
rights to distribute these editions in Canada, where these rights are clear
to so do [and as also, now, are both Random House and Random House U.K.
into which latter Transworld Publishers have been incorporated];

0-416- and 0-7497- indicate Methuen Childrens Books imprints of the Reed
(a.k.a. Octopus Publishing) group,  formerly  imprints  of  A.B.P. Ltd. -
their adult consumer books imprints have recently (1997) been bought by
Random House U.K., who may  vary  isbns  upon  later reissue (isbn prefix
0-09-); whose adult sf & fantasy list has, in turn, since been sold on to
Little, Brown (Time-Warner uk); the destination of their children's
list(s) is not yet known to this ppint. for certain, but is believed by
this ppint. to be as part of Egmont Children's Books.

0-450- indicates N.E.L. (New English Library), owned by Times-Mirror, inc.,
of Los Angeles when they published paperback  editions of two of Terry's
early novels, but now an imprint of Hodder Headline plc, having been bought
by Hodder & Stoughton, who in turn were taken over by Headline Publishers
and who have just been bought by W.H.Smith's;

0-55214- and 0-5521- both indicate Prima Publishing, a division of Prima
Communications, Inc. - the former, in the uk, and the latter, in merkia.

0-575- identifies the once-independent Victor Gollancz Ltd., and its VGSF
imprint: both these are now imprints of Cassell, which is in turn owned
by Orion (since late 1998), who are themselves owned by Hachette; and also
Vista, which Cassell launched as an imprint of Cassell using that same stem,
after they bought Gollancz from merkin publishers, Houghton Miflin (who were
the owners of Victor Gollancz Ltd. from their purchase of it upon the retire-
ment of Livia Gollancz); see also 0-75281- etc. (Orion); titles on the vista
list are being re-badged and -isbn-ed as orion millennium books as they are
reprinted.

0-7522- is the prefix Macmillan use on their Boxtree imprint (see 0-330-);

0-75281- and 0-75280- indicate Orion, whose Millennium imprint formerly
used 1-85798- as its prefix. 70% owned by Hachette, the french publishing
conglomerate since mid 1998. see also 0-575- (Gollancz, Vista) prefix.

0-7531-, 1-85089-, and 1-85695- identify Isis Publishing Ltd: some of
these are large print h/cvr editions, and some are unabridged audio/bs.

0-86140-, 0-900675- and 0-901072- all indicate Colin Smythe Ltd. Colin is
Terry's agent, and was the first to publish his books;

1-85028- indicates the Paper Tiger imprint, once of Dragon's World: both
are now imprints of Collins-Brown; while

1-85286- identifies Titan Books Ltd;

1-85487- is used by Robinson Publishing, on their Mammoth imprint (not to
be confused with the children's imprint of Methuen, as was], as well as
upon others, such as Raven, and even Robinson;

1-85723- indicates the Orbit imprint of Little, Brown & Co. Ltd, the uk
book-publishing arm of Time-Warner, inc; and

1-870824- identifies Beccon Publications.


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9.2 Note on merkin publishers & ISBNs.

Merkin publishers of Terry's books, and of anthologies containing his stories.

0-06- HarperCollins_Publishers_, inc. (formerly Harper & Row, before that
truly fine merkin citizen, Rupert Murdoch, added them to his swagbag): in-
cluded are the imprints HarperCollins, HarperPrism, etc;

0-312- and 0-812- identify St. Martins Press (h/cvr & tp/b) and Tor Books
(mmp/b) respectively, Tor was formerly an independent publisher, though
the former prefix is now used on Tor h/cvr editions; i don't recall what
the St. Martins' isbns of Terry's early novels were, but they did not pro-
duce their own editions, iirc; rather, they re-dust-jacketed, and St. Mar-
tins-stickered, (run-ons of) Colin Smythe's editions for merkin distribn.
they were owned by Macmillan uk [not associated with Collier-Macmillan]
until february '98; all are now parts of Holtzbrinck Publishing Holdings;

0-425- and 0-441- are both identifiers of the Berkley Publishing Group,
until recently owned by Matsushita of Japan, were then sold off to the
canadadadian drinks giant, Seagram, and are currently being absorbed by
the merkin wing of Penguin, which has been renamed Putnam-Penguin, iirc.
0-441- indicates use of the Ace imprint, once an independent publisher;

0-451- indicates merkin imprints of New American Library (- originally
set up as merkin Penguin by Ian Ballantine and others; at the time they
started to publish merkin editions of Terry's books, they were owned by
Times-Mirror group of Los Angeles, and were the mother, or a sister, com-
pany of the british publisher, New English Library), Signet & Roc. They
are now imprints of Penguin, inc., or Putnam-Penguin (or whatever the
Great Penguin in darkest Harmondsworth has decided to call its merkin
publishing wing this week - possibly, "Dutton-Penguin"...). has also been
used by Penguin for Signet imprint in the uk - where, rather confusingly,
the Roc imprint borrowed from merkia uses the isbn prefix 0-140-. happily,
for booksellers, bibliographers and librarians ("ooook !"), no Signet/Roc
uk book contains aught by Terry  - leastways, not *yet*...

0-5521- and 0-55214- both indicate Prima Publishing, a division of Prima
Communications, Inc. - the former, in merkia, and the latter, in the uk;

0-7867- is the prefix for books published by Carroll and Graf;

0-894- identifies Workman Publishing, while

0-9630944- identifies Dreamhaven Books, and

1-55634- publications of Steve Jackson Games.


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9.3 Non-english language editions' ISBNs.

"2-" identifies a french-language edition isbn ("2-08-" for Flammarion,
"2-266-" Pocket, "2-290-" J'ai Lu, & "2-905158-" l'Atlante); "3-" german-
language editions isbn (prefixes  "3-442-" indicating Goldmann, "3-453-"
Wilhelm Heyne, "3-8077-" 2001/Rogner & Bernhard). "83-" identifies the
polish language ("83-7120-" Dom Wydawniczy Rebis, "83-85661-" Proszynski
i S-ka); "88-" identifies italian ("88-04-" Mondadori, "88-7782-" Salani,
"88-200-" Sperling & Kupfer); "90-" dutch ("90-274-" Het Spectrum); and
"91-" swedish ("91-7898-" Target Games), language books' isbns.


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9.4 Notes on book formats.

audio/b "Audiobook" - a reading of the novel, or an abbreviation of it,
        recorded on a number of compact cassettes. the Corgi audio/b range
        is of abridgements narrated by Tony ("Baldrick") Robinson, filling
        two cassettes per novel, running time circa three hours each; the
        Isis audio/b range is of the complete novels narrated by either
        Nigel ("Neil") Planer [or Celia Imries, on the first two witches
        novels] and occupying variously six, or eight, cassettes; running
        time varying widely between seven and a half, and eleven hours.
        Neither publishers' audio/b cassettes are differentiated in a way
        that blind or visually impaired (poorly-sighted) people can easily
        distinguish; this is of less consequence with the corgi audio/bs,
        as there are only two cassettes per novel to confuse; however, the
        isis audio/b packaging does allow strict order to be followed - IF
        the cassettes are ALWAYS returned to the appropriate position (and
        preferably, the earlier, "odd" sides uppermost).


h/cvr   "Hardcover" - the printed pages are published bound between boards
        (generally cloth-covered: hence h/cvr editions also referred to as
        "cloth"). the pages are properly sewn into signatures, and collec-
        ted by being sewn to cloth tapes, and sewn and glued onto a backing
        cloth, which is then glued to the inside edges of the cloth-covered
        boards. the endpapers are then glued in to cover the insides of the
        cloth-covered boards, and to the spine edges of the fly pages.

        n.b. the gollancz/cassell plc editions of The Witches Trilogy and
             The Death Trilogy are not so bound, being in effect p/bs which
             happen to have board covers...

        n.b. the gollancz/cassell miniature h/cvrs are not so bound, in that
             the cloth elements of a proper binding are completely omitted.

        [this note will need rewriting, should editions of Terry's books be
        published in quarter, half, three-quarter or full leather bindings.]


mmp/b   "Mass Market Paperback" - this term is descriptive of the distribut-
        ion system used to make these merkin p/bs available to the retailer;
        essentially, mmp/bs are treated as monthly magazines, their covers
        being stripped and returned for credit, if unsold on the arrival of
        the following month's titles. in _size_, the mmp/b is approximately
        the same as the uk "a format p/b"; but virtually all uk p/bs are in
        fact tp/bs. (cf. "p/b", "tp/b", "yp/b")


p/b     "Paperback" - the signatures are blocked together and then trimmed,
        with the resultant individual pages then being glued to the inside
        spine of a card cover (also known as "perfect" binding). although
        p/bs have been produced with their pages sewn in signatures, these
        in turn being glued either to the inside spine of the card cover (or
        first into paper or cloth tape) and this to the card cover, no such
        editions exist of Terry's books. [but see the feetnotes to "h/cvr".]
        the uk "a format p/b" is roughly the same size as the merkin mmp/b;
        the "b format p/b" is approximately an inch and a quarter taller and
        wider that the a format p/b. (see also "mmp/b", "tp/b" and "yp/b")
        n.b. p/bs listed above are a format p/b, unless otherwise indicated.


tp/b    "Trade Paperback" - this term is descriptive of the distribution
        system used to make these (nowadays mostly merkin, for fiction)
        p/bs available to the retailer; tp/bs are not sold via the news
        wholesalers, nor the retail outlets they supply (news-stand, chain-
        store and/ mom+pop store racks, etc.), but via the book trade.
        they are not "strippable for credit". the tp/b may be a p/b of any
        size, and so is not strictly of any particular format. (cf. "mmp/b",
        "p/b" & "yp/b")


yp/b    "Yuppieback" - this term is descriptive of the uk p/bs manufactured
        from trimmed signatures of the h/cvr printing: it is a recent uk
        innovation, normally published at the same time as, or three or six
        months after, the h/cvr. the term was derived from the somewhat res-
        tricted perceived custom for this edition: "those who can afford it
        (the space as well as the cost) buy the hardcover, and normal people
        like you and me buy the paperback: that only leaves yuppies, to buy
        the yuppiebacks." the yp/b is necessarily of the dimensions of the
        trimmed h/cvr edition signatures. (cf. "mmp/b", "p/b" and "tp/b")


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