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Alphabetical list of characters in the works of Terry Pratchett
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Latest and Upcoming Publications by Terry Pratchett
11 Sep 2014: Dragons At Crumbling Castle, a collection of short stories for children (and their grandparents) should be released.
19 Jun 2014: The Long Mars, the third in the SF series co-written with Stephen Baxter is released.
18th Nov 2013: A musical version of Wintersmith is to be released, based on old and original English folk music, performed by Maddy Prior and Steeleye Span (of Two Magicians fame - see Equal Rites)
7 Nov 2013: Raising Steam, the 40th book in the Discworld series, released. The Disc's first train comes steaming into town.
11 Apr 2013: The Science of Discworld IV: Judgment Day released, the fourth in the series of the Wizards' adventures on Roundworld.
13 Sep 2012: Dodger released. This is a novel of an alternate Victorian (and Dickensian) London, purportedly for "young adults".
7 June 2012: The World of Poo released. This is a spin-off from Snuff (released in paperback on the same day) and purports to be a childrens' book by the amazing authoress Felicity Beedle. This hardback reproduces the style and production of a typical Victorian/Edwardian book for children and is even signed by the authoress To Young Sam from Felicity Beadle.
21 Jun 2012 - The Long Earth is to be released by Doubleday. This is a Roundworld-based Science Fiction novel written with Stephen Baxter. It features, again, the power of the potato.
Television:- Feb. 2009. Terry has just completed two one-hour documentaries for the BBC in which a production team shadows him for a year while he lives with the awareness of his Alzheimers' Disease and its implications. Terry goes looking for further information on the disease, the state of research into its causes and possible cures, and into both medical and complementary treatments prescribed to arrest its spread. These should be availabe to watch via the Internet, at least for British viewers, via the BBC's website. No doubt the best bits will be loaded to YouTube for everyone else.
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