Discworld Collectors Edition 2012 Calendar

Is The Colour of Magic a good introduction to Terry Pratchett?

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May 5th, 2015

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Reading group: Although Pratchett’s vast fictional realm is not yet fully developed in this first Discworld novel, it is already extraordinary – and extraordinarily funny Would you recommend The Colour of Magic as a first book to someone who has never read Terry Pratchett before? Is it a good place to start with this month’s Reading group? Those [...]

The Colour of Magic on Radio 4′s A Good Read

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March 2nd, 2015

The Colour of Magic

The Colour of Magic has been chosen by Katharine Whitehorn as one of her favourite books and it’s going to feature in the next series of A Good Read on BBC Radio 4. The program will air on 3rd March, 4:30pm GMT. Read more details over on BBC Radio 4′s website.

Three New Stage Adaptations by Stephen Briggs

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February 18th, 2015

All the Discworld's A Stage

Oberon Books is delighted to announce the publication of three new Terry Pratchett adaptations by Stephen Briggs in March 2015. Feet of Clay, Unseen Academicals, and The Rince Cycle (the best bits of The Light Fantastic, The Colour of Magic and Sourcery) are available as single editions, and as a collection called All the Discworld’s [...]

Terry Pratchett rethought as a philosopher in new study

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December 3rd, 2014

Terry Pratchett

Two professional philosophers – and Discworld fans – have produced a volume of essays examining the author’s epistemological, moral and existential implications Philosophers looking for fresh insights into metaphysics, epistemology and ethics can add another author to their reading list, as a study reveals the philosophical issues explored in the work of Terry Pratchett. With more [...]

Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map review – The Telegraph

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March 8th, 2013

Based on the book The Compleat Ankh-Morpork, the app is an interactive map of the city-state that hosts much of the action in the series…