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  • Author: Neil Gaiman Author Record # 410
  • Legal Name: Gaiman, Neil Richard
  • Birthplace: Porchester, Hampshire, England, UK
  • Birthdate: 10 November 1960
  • Language: English
  • Email:100015,336@compuserve.com
  • Webpages:IMDB, neilgaiman.com, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN
  • Used These Alternate Names:Ilen, a Magian
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  • The Case of the Four and Twenty Blackbirds (1984)
  • How to Sell the Ponti Bridge (1985)
  • Looking for the Girl (1985) also appeared as:
  • I, Cthulhu, or, What's A Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing In A Sunken City Like This (Latitude 47° 9' S, Longitude 126° 43' W)? (1987) also appeared as:
  • We Can Get Them for You Wholesale (1989) also appeared as:
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (1990) [graphic format]
  • Babycakes (1990) also appeared as:
  • Foreign Parts (1990) also appeared as:
  • In the Beginning (1990) withTerry Pratchett
  • Six to Six (1990) also appeared as:
  • The Invisible Labyrinth (1990) [graphic format]
  • The Shadow World (1990) [graphic format]
  • Webs (1990)
  • Culprits, or Where Are They Now? (1990) withKim NewmanandEugene Byrne
  • A Dream of A Thousand Cats (1991)
  • Calliope (1991)
  • Façade (1991)
  • Original Script of Calliope (1991)
  • The Land of Summer's Twilight (1991) [graphic format]
  • The Road to Nowhere (1991) [graphic format]
  • Epilogue: The Lady and/or the Tiger: II (1992) withRoz Kaveney
  • Prologue: The Lady and/or the Tiger: I (1992) withRoz Kaveney
  • The Golden Age (1992) [graphic format]
  • Signal to Noise (1992)
  • Murder Mysteries (1992) also appeared as:
  • Chivalry (1992) also appeared as:
  • The Children's Crusade: Act One (1993)
  • The Mouse (1993) also appeared as:
    • Variant:Mouse (1993)
    • Translation:Muis [Dutch] (1999)
    • Translation:La souris [French] (2001)
  • Troll-Bridge (1993) also appeared as:
  • Wordsworth (1993) withDave McKean
  • The Books of Magic (excerpt) (1993)
  • Death Talks About Life (1993)
  • One Life, Furnished in Early Moorcock (1994) also appeared as:
  • Only the End of the World Again (1994) also appeared as:
  • The Children's Crusade: Act Three (1994) withToby LittandAlisa KwitneyandJaime Delano
  • The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr Punch: A Romance (1994) [graphic format]
  • Don't Ask Jack (1995) also appeared as:
  • Good Boys Deserve Favours (1995) also appeared as:
  • The False Knight on the Road (1995) [graphic format]
  • Snow, Glass, Apples (1995) also appeared as:
  • Queen of Knives (1995) also appeared as:
  • Banshee (1995)
  • In the End (1996) also appeared as:
  • The Goldfish Pool and Other Stories (1996) also appeared as:
  • Daughter of Owls (1997) also appeared as:
  • The Price (1997) also appeared as:
    • Translation:De Prijs [Dutch] (1999)
    • Translation:Cena [Polish] (2001)
    • Translation:Le prix [French] (2001)
  • The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish (1997) also appeared as:
  • Bay Wolf (1998) also appeared as:
  • Fifteen Painted Cards from a Vampire Tarot (1998) also appeared as:
  • Goliath (1998) also appeared as:
    • Translation:Goliath [Dutch] (2007)
  • How Do You Think It Feels? (1998) also appeared as:
  • Shoggoth's Old Peculiar (1998) also appeared as:
  • Tastings (1998) also appeared as:
    • Translation:Smaken [Dutch] (1999)
    • Translation:Saveurs [French] (2001)
  • The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch (1998) also appeared as:
  • The Wedding Present (1998) also appeared as:
  • When We Went to See the End of the World by Dawnie Morningside, age 11¼ (1998) also appeared as:
  • Violent Cases (1998)
  • Stardust (excerpt) (1998)
  • Changes (1998) also appeared as:
  • Day of the Dead (1998)
  • Harlequin Valentine (1999) also appeared as:
  • Wall: A Prologue (1999)
  • Keepsakes and Treasures: A Love Story (1999) also appeared as:
  • Strange Little Girls (2001) also appeared as:
  • The Last Temptation (2001)
  • American Gods (excerpt) (2001)
  • Other People (2001) also appeared as:
  • Drawn in Darkness (2001)
  • Feeders and Eaters (2002) also appeared as:
  • Pages from a Journal Found in a Shoebox Left in a Greyhound Bus Somewhere Between Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Louisville, Kentucky (2002) also appeared as:
  • Snow Glass Apples: A Play for Voices (2002)
  • December 7, 1995 (2002)
  • Time Out (2002)
  • A Walking Tour of the Shambles (2002) withGene Wolfe
  • Coraline (excerpt) (2002)
  • October in the Chair (2002) also appeared as:
  • Bitter Grounds (2003) also appeared as:
  • Closing Time (2003) also appeared as:
  • Afterword: A Book Review in the Form of a Circulating Document, Amplified and Enhanced with Observations from Life and Several Precepts for the Wise (2003) [only as byIlen, a Magian]
  • The Wolves in the Walls (2003) also appeared as:
  • The Monarch of the Glen (2003) also appeared as:
  • A Study in Emerald (2003) also appeared as:
  • Diseasemaker's Croup (2003) also appeared as:
  • A Screenplay (2004)
  • Anansi Boys (excerpt) (2004)
  • Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Nameless House of the Night of Dread Desire (2004) also appeared as:
  • The Problem of Susan (2004) also appeared as:
  • Cinnamon (2004)
  • Crazy Hair (2004) also appeared as:
  • The Daughter of Owls (2004) [graphic format]
  • The Price (2004) [graphic format]
  • The Empty Chambers (2005)
  • Melinda (2005)
  • Anansi Boys (excerpt) (2005)
  • The Adventures of Spider (A Deleted Scene) (2005)
  • Sunbird (2005) also appeared as:
  • MirrorMask (2006)
  • How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2006) also appeared as:
  • Excerpt from Fragile Things (2006)
  • From Homogenous to Honey (2006) withBryan Talbot
  • The Witch's Headstone (2007)
  • Jerusalem (2007)
  • Odd and the Frost Giants (2008) also appeared as:
  • Feminine Endings (2008)
  • Orange (2008) also appeared as:
    • Translation:Orange [French] (2009)
  • The Dangerous Alphabet (2008)
  • An Invocation of Incuriosity (2009) also appeared as:
  • Diamonds and Pearls: A Fairy Tale (2009)
  • Blueberry Girl (2009)
  • The Shadow (2009)
  • The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains (2010) also appeared as:
  • The Thing About Cassandra (2010)
  • Foreword (God Bless You, Dr. Kevorkian) (2010)
  • "And Weep Like Alexander" (2011) also appeared as:
  • Appendix (American Gods: The Tenth Anniversary Edition) (2011) also appeared as:
  • The Case of Death and Honey (2011)
  • Adventure Story (2012)
  • The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury (2012)
  • Down Among the Dead Men (2012)
  • Click-Clack the Rattlebag (2012)
  • A Calendar of Tales (2013)
  • December (2013)
  • Down to a Sunless Sea (2013)
  • Chu's Day (2013)
  • The Ocean at the End of the Lane (excerpt) (2013)
  • A Lunar Labyrinth (2013)
  • The Sleeper and the Spindle (2013) also appeared as:
  • Nothing O'Clock (2013)
  • Magic Shop (2014)
  • How the Marquis Got His Coat Back (2014)
  • Hansel and Gretel (2014)
  • Black Dog (2015)
  • Shadder (2015)
  • The Return of the Thin White Duke (2015)
  • Before the Beginning, and After (2017) also appeared as:
  • Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire (2017) [graphic format]
  • Freya's Unusual Wedding (2017) also appeared as:
  • Hymir and Thor's Fishing Expedition (2017) also appeared as:
  • Mimir's Head and Odin's Eye (2017) also appeared as:
  • Ragnarok: The Final Destiny of the Gods (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Apples of Immortality (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Children of Loki (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Death of Baldur (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Last Days of Loki (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Master Builder (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Mead of Poets (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Players (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Story of Gerd and Frey (2017) also appeared as:
  • The Treasures of the Gods (2017) also appeared as:
  • Thor's Journey to the Land of the Giants (2017) also appeared as:
  • Yggdrasil and the Nine Worlds (2017) also appeared as:
  • Somewhere in America (2017)
  • An Altogether Different Prologue, Four Hundred Years Earlier (2017)
  • Monkey and the Lady (2017)
  • The Train of Death (2017)
  • Love Letter (unknown) only appeared as:
  • Smoke and Mirrors (excerpt) (unknown)
  • The Graveyard Book (excerpt) (unknown)
PoemsEssays
  • Letter (Ansible 37) (1984)
  • Frankie Comes from Hollywood (1984)
  • King of the Gory Tellers (1986)
  • Letter (Ansible 50) (1987)
  • James Herbert: Growing Up in Public (1988)
  • Gumshoe (1989) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (Scholars & Soldiers) (1989) also appeared as:
  • "But What Has That to Do with Bacchus?": Eddie Campbell and Deadface (1990)
  • Afterword (Foreign Parts) (1990)
  • Being an Experiment Upon Strictly Scientific Lines (1990)
  • Afterword (Preludes & Nocturnes) (1991)
  • Introduction (The Adventures of Professor Thintwhistle and His Incredible Aether Flyer) (1991)
  • The Mystery of Father Brown (1991)
  • The Mystery of G. K. Chesterton's Father Brown (1991)
  • A Brief Afterword (The Sandman: A Game of You) (1993)
  • Good Comics and Tulips: A Speech (1993)
  • Introduction (Angels and Visitations) (1993)
  • A Few Words (The Sandman: Brief Lives) (1994)
  • Afterword (Nameless Sins) (1994)
  • Foreword (The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World) (1994) also appeared as:
  • Hi, By the Way: Tori Amos (1994)
  • Introduction: About Kim Newman, with notes on the creation and eventual dissolution of the Peace and Love Corporation (1994) also appeared as:
  • Harlan & Me... (1994) [graphic format]
  • Introduction to "Warning: Death May Be Injurious to Your Health" (1995) withStephen Jones
  • Introduction: Concerning Dreams and Nightmares (The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft) (1995) also appeared as:
  • Simcity (1995)
  • Tribute (1995)
  • "Was it a bear, or a Russian, or what?" (1996)
  • The Spirit of Seventy-Five (1996)
  • These Are Not Our Faces (1996)
  • Letter (Ansible 108) (1996)
  • Of Time, and Gully Foyle (1996) also appeared as:
  • A Few Words About Death (1997)
  • A Speech to Professionals Contemplating Alternative Eployment, Given at PROCON, April 1997 (1997)
  • Foreword (The Solomon Kane Sketchbook) (1997)
  • Introduction (From the End of the Twentieth Century) (1997)
  • Introduction (The Arbitrary Placement Of Walls) (1997)
  • The Flints of Memory Lane (1997) also appeared as:
  • The Swords of Lankhmar: An Introduction (1997) also appeared as:
  • An Introduction (Smoke and Mirrors: Short Fictions and Illusions) (1998) also appeared as:
  • Foreword (The Einstein Intersection) (1998) also appeared as:
  • Several Things About Charles Vess (1998)
  • Writing and Werewolfing (1998)
  • [Dear Bookseller] (1998)
  • Afterword (Only the End of the World Again) (1998)
  • Curiosities: The Manuscript Found at Saragossa, by Count Jan Potocki (1998)
  • Banging the Drum for Harlan Ellison (1999)
  • Confessions: On Astro City and Kurt Busiek (1999)
  • Curious Wine: Tori Amos II (1999)
  • Introduction (Dori Stories: The Complete Dori Seda) (1999)
  • Some Reflections on Myth (With Several Digressions Onto Gardening, Comics and Fairy Tales) (1999)
  • Curiosities: Lud-in-the-Mist, by Hope Mirrlees (1926) (1999) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (The King of Elfland's Daughter) (1999) also appeared as:
  • A Recognition (Echoes: The Drawings of Michael William Kaluta) (2000)
  • Introduction (Lud-in-the-Mist) (2000) also appeared as:
  • Letter (Ansible 161) (2000)
  • All Books Have Genders (2001)
  • Author's Preface to WALL: A Prologue (2001)
  • How Dare You: On America, and Writing About It (2001) also appeared as:
  • Original Synners: An Introduction to the Tenth Anniversary Edition (2001) also appeared as:
  • Introduction: Drawn in Darkness (2001)
  • Notes on a Harlequinade (2001)
  • "They Were Probably Just Being Polite ...": An Appreciation (2002) also appeared as:
  • How to Read Gene Wolfe (2002)
  • One of the Brotherhood: An Appreciation (2002)
  • Foreword: What Was He Like, Douglas Adams? (2002)
  • Lafferty (2002)
  • The Wound That Never Heals: An Introduction (The Man in the Maze) (2002)
  • Introduction (The Fairy Feller's Master Stroke) (2002)
  • Locus Nexus (2002)
  • Introduction: Four Bookshops (2002) also appeared as:
  • Vorwort (Die Magie der Scheibenwelt) [German] (2002)
  • Afterword (The Lord of Castle Black) (2003)
  • Foreword: The Nature of the Infection (2003) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (Bindings) (2003)
  • Introduction (The Invitation) (2003)
  • Introduction (The Sandman: King of Dreams) (2003)
  • The Books of Magic: An Introduction (2003)
  • The Keynote Speech for the 2003 Eisner Awards (2003)
  • Foreword: Remembering Douglas (2003) also appeared as:
  • Introduction to "The Case of Four and Twenty Blackbirds" (2003)

A Terry Pratchett bibliography (originally derived from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia on 3 July 2005 and ppint's bibliography, mucked about with since then). All dates are of first publication. Revised editions and collections are not listed. The recommended reading order of the books is given in the article Reading Order. Several books are adapted to the theatre, TV or film or are planned to be.

Books

Discworld

Novels

  • 01 The Colour of Magic (Colin Smythe, 1983)
  • 02 The Light Fantastic (Colin Smythe, 1986)
  • 03 Equal Rites (Gollancz, Colin Smythe, 1987)
  • 04 Mort (Gollancz, Colin Smythe, 1987)
  • 05 Sourcery (Gollancz, Colin Smythe, 1989)
  • 06 Wyrd Sisters (Gollancz, 1989)
  • 07 Pyramids (Gollancz, 1989)
  • 08 Guards! Guards! (Gollancz, 1989)
  • 09 Eric (Gollancz, 1990)
  • 10 Moving Pictures (Gollancz, 1990)
  • 11 Reaper Man (Gollancz, 1991)
  • 12 Witches Abroad (Gollancz, 1991)
  • 13 Small Gods (Gollancz, 1992)
  • 14 Lords and Ladies (Gollancz, 1992)
  • 15 Men at Arms (Gollancz, 1993)
  • 16 Soul Music (Gollancz, 1994)
  • 17 Interesting Times (Gollancz, 1994)
  • 18 Maskerade (Gollancz, 1994)
  • 19 Feet of Clay (Gollancz, 1996)
  • 20 Hogfather (Gollancz, 1996)
  • 21 Jingo (Gollancz, 1997)
  • 22 The Last Continent (Doubleday, 1998)
  • 23 Carpe Jugulum (Doubleday, 1998)
  • 24 The Fifth Elephant (Doubleday, 1999)
  • 25 The Truth (Doubleday, 2000)
  • 26 Thief of Time (Doubleday, 2001)
  • 27 The Last Hero (Gollancz, 2001)
  • 28 The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents (Doubleday, 2001)
  • 29 Night Watch (Doubleday, 2002)
  • 30 The Wee Free Men (Doubleday, 2003)
  • 31 Monstrous Regiment (Doubleday, 2003)
  • 32 A Hat Full of Sky (Doubleday, 2004)
  • 33 Going Postal (Doubleday, 2004)
  • 34 Thud! (Doubleday, 2005)
  • 35 Wintersmith (Doubleday, 2006)
  • 36 Making Money (Doubleday, 2007)
  • 37 Unseen Academicals (Doubleday, 2009)
  • 38 I Shall Wear Midnight (Doubleday, 2010)
  • 39 Snuff (Doubleday, 2011)
  • 40 Raising Steam (Doubleday, 2013)
  • 41 The Shepherd's Crown (Doubleday, 2015)

Graphic Novels

Collections

  • The Witches Trilogy (1995)
  • Death Trilogy (1998)
  • The First Discworld Novels The Colour of Magic/The Light Fantastic (1999)
  • City Watch Trilogy (1999)
  • Rincewind the Wizzard (1999)
  • Tales of Discworld (2000)
  • The Gods Trilogy (2000)
  • The Rincewind Trilogy (2001)
  • The Wee Free Men: The Beginning (2010)
  • Tiffany Aching Complete Collection (2014, updated? 2015)

Rumored

Following Terry Pratchett's death on March 12, 2015 it was announced that The Shepherd's Crown would be the last published Discworld novel

Short Stories

Maps

Companions

Science of Discworld

Miscellany

  • SFX Presents The Authorised Terry Pratchett's Discworld Magazine (with M.J. Simpson) (Future Publishing, 1997)
  • Nanny Ogg's Cookbook (with Stephen Briggs and Tina Hannan) (Doubleday, 1999) (Corgi, 2001)
  • Where's My Cow? (illustrated spin-off of Thud! ) (Doubleday, 2005)
  • The Unseen University Cut-out Book (with Bernard Pearson and Alan Batley) (Doubleday, 2006)
  • The Wit and Wisdom of Discworld (with Stephen Briggs) (Doubleday, 2007)
  • The Folklore of Discworld (with Dr. Jacqueline Simpson) (Doubleday, 2008, updated in 2009 and 2013)
  • The World of Poo (illustrated spin-off of Snuff) (Doubleday, 2012)
  • Mrs Bradshaw's Handbook (Doubleday, 2014)

Art books

CD

  • From the Discworld (with Dave Greenslade) (EMI, 1994)
  • Soul Music based on the animated series (with Keith Hopwood and Phil Bush) (Pluto, 1998)
  • Wintersmith - musical version - the story of Wintersmith retold using English folk-music, provided by a house-band Nanny Ogg would have not only loved but would have wanted to sing with - Steeleye Span. (Park Records, 2013).

Theatre Adaptations

All adapted by Stephen Briggs except for Lords and Ladies which is adapted by Irana Brown

  • Mort The Play (Corgi, 1996)
  • Wyrd Sisters The Play (Corgi, 1996)
  • Guards! Guards! The Play (Corgi, 1997)
  • Men at Arms The Play (Corgi, 1997)
  • Maskerade The Play (Samuel French, 1998)
  • Carpe Jugulum The Play (Samuel French, 1999)
  • Lords and Ladies The Play (Samuel French, 2001)
  • The Fifth Elephant The Play (Methuen, 2002)
  • The Truth The Play (Methuen, 2002)
  • Night Watch The Play (Methuen, 2004)
  • Monstrous Regiment The Play (Methuen, 2004)
  • Jingo The Play (Methuen, 2005)
  • Interesting Times The Play (Methuen, 2005)
  • Going Postal The Play (Methuen, 2005)
  • The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents The Play (Oxford University Press, 2006)
  • Making Money The Play (Samuel French, 2011)
  • The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents Musical Pack (Bloomsbury, 2011) by Matthew Holmes
  • Feet of Clay The Play (Oberon Modern Plays, 2015)
  • Unseen Academicals The Play (Oberon Modern Plays, 2015)
  • The Rince Cycle (Oberon Modern Plays, 2015)
  • All The Discworld's A Stage (omnibus, Feet of Clay/The Rince Cycle/Unseen Academicals) (Oberon Modern Plays, 2015)

Gaming

Board games
Computer games
  • The Colour of Magic, for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64, 1986.
  • Discworld, PC/Mac/Sony Playstation/Sega Saturn game, developed by Perfect 10 Productions and Teeny Weeny Games, published by Psygnosis 1995.
  • Discworld II: Missing Presumed...!?, PC/Sony Playstation/Sega Saturn game, developed by Perfect Entertainment, published by Psygnosis (PC/PSX versions) and Sega (Saturn version) 1996.
  • Discworld Noir, GSP Games 2000.
  • Discworld: The Colour of Magic, developed for mobile phones, 2006.
  • Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map, developed for IOS systems by Random House, 2014.
Tabletop role-playing
  • GURPS Discworld, with Phil Masters (SJ Games, 1998; maps by Stephen Briggs and Stephen Player, art by Paul Kidby)
    Discworld converted to the GURPS RPG system
    Later rebranded under the "Powered by GURPS" banner as the Discworld Roleplaying Game.
  • GURPS Discworld Also, with Phil Masters and John M. Ford (SJ Games, 2001; art by Sean Murray)
    Additional material converted to the GURPS system.
  • The Discworld Roleplaying Game, (omnibus) combines The Discworld Roleplaying Game (GURPS Discworld) and GURPS Discworld Also, also updates to GURPS 4th edition and adds information on newer Discworld novels not included in earlier editions. (SJ Games, November 2016)
Jigsaw Puzzles

1000 piece jigsaw puzzles based on the book covers/maps from:

Quiz

Diaries

Discworld Calendars

  • Terry Pratchett's Collectors' Edition Discworld Day-to-Day Calendar 1999
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 1999
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors Edition Day-to-Day Calendar 2000
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Mini Calendar 2000
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2000
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2001
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2002
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2003
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2004
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2005
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2006
  • Terry Pratchett's Hogfather Discworld Calendar 2007
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2008
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2009
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2010
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collector's Edition Calendar 2011
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2012
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2013
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2014
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2015
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2016
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2017
  • Terry Pratchett's Discworld Collectors' Edition Calendar 2018

Anthologies

  • The Flying Sorcerers, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, 1998: multi-author anthology including the first release of the Pratchett short story Turntables of the Night.
  • Legends, ed. Robert Silverberg, Souvenir Press, 1998: multi-author anthology including the first release of the Pratchett short story The Sea and Little Fishes.
  • After the King: Stories In Honour of J.R.R. Tolkien edited by Martin H. Greenberg (1992) contains Troll Bridge, a short story featuring Cohen the Barbarian. This story was also published in the compilation The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy (2001, edited by Mike Ashley).
  • The Wizards of Odd, a short-story compilation edited by Peter Haining (1996), includes a Discworld short story called Theatre of Cruelty.

Non-Discworld

Novels

  • The Carpet People (Colin Smythe, 1971)
  • The Dark Side of the Sun (Colin Smythe, 1976)
  • Strata (Colin Smythe, 1981)
  • Truckers (Doubleday, 1989)
  • The Unadulterated Cat (with Gray Jolliffe) (Gollancz, 1989)
  • Good Omens (with Neil Gaiman) (Gollancz, 1990)
  • Diggers (Doubleday, 1990)
  • Wings (Doubleday, 1990)
  • The Bromeliad (omnibus, Corgi, 2008)
  • Only You Can Save Mankind (Doubleday, 1992)
  • Johnny and the Dead (Doubleday, 1993)
  • Johnny and the Bomb (Doubleday, 1996)
  • The Johnny Maxwell Trilogy (omnibus, Doubleday, 1999)
  • Nation (Doubleday, 2008)
  • Dodger (Doubleday, 2012)

Graphic Novels

The Long Earth Series

Co-written with Stephen Baxter

CD

Plays

Short Stories

Anthologies

  • The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fantasy, edited by David Pringle (1998), Terry contributed a preface, republished in Once More* *with Footnotes
  • Now We Are Sick, written by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones (1994), includes the poem called The Secret Book of the Dead by Pratchett.
  • Knights of Madness (1998, edited by Peter Haining) includes a short story called Hollywood Chickens. Republished in A Blink of the Screen
  • The Leaky Establishment, written by David Langford (1984), has a foreword by Terry in later reissues (from 2001). Republished in A Slip of the Keyboard
  • Meditations on Middle-Earth, an anthology of essays on Middle Earth compiled by Karen Haber, contains Terry Pratchett's essay Cult Classic (2002). Republished in A Slip of the Keyboard
  • Imagined Lives: Portraits of Unknown People (National Portrait Gallery, 2011), Terry contributed a story, Sir Joshua Easement: A Biographical Note. Republished in A Blink of the Screen
  • Once More* *with Footnotes (New England Science Fiction Association, 2004) is a collection of several of the above Dw and Non-Dw short stories. Terry Pratchett also wrote several stories under the pseudonym Uncle Jim for the Bucks Free Press.
  • A Blink of the Screen (Doubleday, 2012)
  • Dragons At Crumbling Castle (Doubleday, 11 September 2014)
  • A Slip of the Keyboard (Doubleday, 25 Sep 2014)
  • Terry Pratchett's Folio (Privately published, 2014)
  • Terry Pratchett's Memorial Folio (Clays Ltd, 2016)
  • The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner (Doubleday Children's, 2016)
  • Father Christmas's Fake Beard (Doubleday Children's, 2017)

Miscellany

Publishers

See Also

External links

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