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A Terry Pratchett bibliography (originally derived from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia on 3 July 2005 and ppint's bibliography). 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

Graphic Novels

  • The Colour of Magic The Graphic Novel (Corgi 1992)
  • The Light Fantastic The Graphic Novel (Corgi 1993)
  • Mort The Big Comic (Gollancz 1994)
  • Guards! Guards! A Discworld Graphic Novel (Gollancz 2000)
  • Eric The illustrated Eric (Gollancz 2011)
  • The Last Hero (Gollancz, 2001)
  • The Illustrated Wee Free Men (Doubleday 2008)
  • Colour of Magic and Light Fantastic (omnibus) (Doubleday 2008)
  • Soul Music: The Illustrated Screenplay (Corgi 1997)
  • Wyrd Sisters: The Illustrated Screenplay (Corgi 1998)
  • Terry Pratchett's Hogfather: The Illustrated Screenplay (Gollancz 2006)
  • Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic: The Illustrated Screenplay (Gollancz 2008)

Collections

  • The Witches Trilogy (1994)
  • Death Trilogy (1998)
  • The Colour of Magic / The Light Fantastic (1999)
  • The City Watch (1999)
  • Rincewind the Wizzard (1999)
  • Tales of Discworld (2000)
  • Gods Trilogy (2000)
  • The Wee Free Men: The Beginning (2010)

Rumored

Short Stories

Maps

Companions

Science of Discworld

Miscellany

Theatre adaptations

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

Gaming

Board games
  • Thud: Strategy game for two players available from 2008
  • Watch Out: Discworld Board Game from The Cunning Artificer 2004.
  • Discworld Ankh-Morpork, from Treefrog Games 2011.
  • Guards! Guards! A Discworld Boardgame from Z-Man Games 2011.
  • The Witches, from Treefrog Games 2013
Computer games
  • 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.
Tabletop role-playing
  • GURPS Discworld, with Phil Masters (SJGames, 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 (SJGames, 2001; art by Sean Murray)
    Additional material converted to the GURPS system

Quiz

Diaries

Discworld Calendars

  • The Discworld: Day-to-Day Calendar
  • Discworld - Mini Calendar 2000
  • The Discworld Calendar: 2001
  • The Discworld Calendar: 2002
  • Discworld Calendar 2004
  • Discworld Calendar 2005
  • 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

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.
  • The Ultimate Encyclopaedia of Fantasy (the definitive illustrated guide) (Carlton Books 1998). Terry contributed a preface.

Non-Discworld

Novels

The Long Earth series

Co-written with Stephen Baxter

Plays

Short Stories

Anthologies

Miscellany

Publishers

External links

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