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The L-Space Web

The L-Space Web - lovingly run and maintained by a group of L-Space Librarians - is dedicated entirely to providing information on all aspects of Terry Pratchett and his work. Despite currently being dormant, this is, without question, the largest online resource on all things Terry Pratchett. If you haven’t visited before, go right ahead. But be warned, hours of your life can disappear as you dig deeper and deeper…


Terry Pratchett on Wikipedia

Terry’s Wikipedia entry, with links to various articles and references and a full bibliography.


British Film Industry (BFI) Filmography

Terry’s entry in the BFI Film & TV Database, providing details of programmes broadcast in the UK, which Terry has been involved with.


Internet Movie Database (IMDB) Profile

Terry’s profile page on the Internet Movie Database, detailing his list of credits in film and TV productions, as writer, actor or self appearance.


Colin Smythe Ltd.

Colin Smythe is a publisher based in Gerrards Cross, England. He is also Terry’s literary agent. Colin met Terry in 1968 and published Terry’s first book, The Carpet People, in 1971, as well as his next four novels, The Dark Side of the Sun, Strata, The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic. Visit Colin’s website to read his short biography of Terry, convention reports and writings, and a wealth of additional information on Terry’s novels, including details of all his foreign editions.


Terry Pratchett Googlegroup

The original Usenet group, now hosted at Googlegroups. Join likeminded fans to discuss everything you could care to think about related to Terry Pratchett.


Alzheimer’s Research

Sir Terry Pratchett is Patron of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Visit the website for more information and details on how you can help support the research.


Alzheimer’s Society

Dementia is a term used to describe various different brain disorders that have in common a loss of brain function that is usually progressive and eventually severe. For more information on how the society is leading the fight against dementia.


The RICE Centre

Terry Pratchett’s Alzheimer’s specialist, Professor Roy Jones, is the Director of this Research Institute.


Orangutan Foundation UK

Terry is a trustee for the Orangutan Foundation UK and one of his most popular Discworld characters, the Librarian of the Unseen University’s Library, is a wizard in the body of an orangutan. Visit the website to find out more about these endangered apes and discover how you can help.


Paul Kidby Artwork

Paul Kidby has been providing the wonderful illustrations for Terry’s books since 1995. Visit Paul’s personal website to find out more about him, the creative process behind creating the iconic artwork for Terry’s books, frequently asked questions and a fascinating news archive.


PJSM Prints

Established in 1995, PJSM Prints is the place to go for all your Terry Pratchett and Discworld merchandise and gifts needs. The widest range of products imaginable can be found here, including badges, bookmarks, mugs, greetings cards, bags, posters, t-shirts and signed books.


Josh Kirby Art

Josh Kidby was the original Discworld artist. He created the cover illustrations for the first 26 Discworld novels in the UK before passing away suddenly in 2001 at the age of 72. As well as illustrating scores of other book jackets for many other authors, Josh also created the poster art for Monty Python’s Life of Brian and Star Wars V!: Return of the Jedi.


Discworld Monthly

Set up in 1997 by lifelong fan, Jason Anthony, this is a fantastic (and free) monthly online newsletter, dedicated to Terry Pratchett and all things Discworld. Register today for to receive all the latest news to your inbox. Also available to read on your Kindle.


Discworld Emporium

Headed by Isobel and Bernard Pearson (otherwise known as ‘The Cunning Artificer’), this is the online home to an incredibly impressive collection of Discworld products, souvenirs and memorabilia. From coat hooks and key fobs to swag bags and earrings, via stamps, figurines, board games and everything in between, this is a treasure trove of wonders for all Discworld fans. You can even visit the actual Discworld Emporium in Wincanton, Somerset, UK.


Thud! The Discworld Board Game

Thud! is an abstract game based on Terry Pratchett's Discworld saga, more specifically on the epic Battle of Koom Valley between the Dwarfs and the Trolls. Visit this site to find out more about the board game of the book of the battle, including how to buy and also a chance to play online.


Discworld Mud

For those people who like to take the Discworld experience outside of the books, this is a multiplayer, text-based, online game based on the series. Here you’ll meet characters from the books across 14 domains and millions of rooms.


The Discworld Convention

A four-day celebration of Sir Terry Pratchett and his glorious astrochelonian-riding pachyderm-borne creation. The 2012 event will take place from the 24th to the 27th of August (the UK Bank Holiday weekend) at the Hilton Metropole Hotel, in Birmingham. Visit the site for more information about this and previous conventions.


The Irish Discworld Convention

Home to the Irish Discworld Convention – the next of which will take place in November 2011 at the Falls Hotel, Ennistymon, Co. Clare.


The North American Discworld Convention

Home to the North American Discworld Convention – the most recent of which took place in Wisconsin in July 2011.


The Australian Discworld Convention

Home to the Australian Discworld Convention – the next of which will take place in Melbourne in 2013.


The Dutch Discworld Convention

Home to the Dutch Discworld Convention. The first of its kind – entitled Cabbagecon 2011 – took place in Rotterdam in May 2011.



The longest-running annual outdoor Discworld event.



Wossname is a free monthly publication for members and friends of the Klatchian Foreign Legion, a world-wide group of Discworld fans.


The Colour of Magic on Sky TV

Sky’s official website to accompany their two-part television adaptation. This was the second film in the series and was originally broadcast on Sky One in March 2008. Visit the website for more information on the cast and characters, plus downloads and behind the scenes footage.


Going Postal on Sky TV

Sky’s official website to accompany their two-part television adaptation. This was the third film in the series and was first broadcast at the end of May 2010. Visit the official site to find out more about the cast and characters.


Hogfather on Sky TV

Sky’s official website to accompany their two-part television adaptation. This was the first film in the series, starring David Jason, Marc Warren and Michelle Dockery. The website features cast and character information, plus videos, podcasts and concept artwork.


Only You Can Save Mankind – The Album

Official website of Terry Pratchett’s Only You Can Save Mankind – The Album. The album features a number of songs from the musical with new arrangements and the full studio treatment.


Run Wincewind Run! Film

Website of the Snowgum films production of Run Wincewind Run!


SFX Magazine

SFX is the Earth’s greatest sci-fi and fantasy magazine. Having been a long-time supporter of Terry and his works, the magazine asked him to be guest editor in 2010, which he gladly did (“for a bacon sarnie”) for issue 196 that May. Visit the website to find out all the latest sci-fi and fantasy news.


Locus Online

The Internet home to the award-winning US magazine, Locus, known for "News, Reviews, Resources, and Perspectives of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror," has featured several interviews with Terry Pratchett and reviews of his books.


Stephen Baxter

Official website of author Stephen Baxter who Terry is collaborating with on the upcoming Long Earth series.


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