TO Forewars Intros

GIVEN Terry Pratchett’s career as a journalist, when most of his writings was unsigned, this section can never be complete  – and I have not attempted a more detailed list than that here. Too, Terry did not tell me of many of the small items he wrote: it was down to me to find them. I have been uncertain as to whether to include interviews in this section, but decided that as they are (officially) almost all taken down by the interviewer, they should go in the Writings about Terry Pratchett section [here]. At the Bucks Free Press he wrote under the pseudonym ‘Uncle Jim’ (as did everyone who wrote the stories in ‘Children’s Corner’ before and after him), and later as ‘Marcus’ (in the Midweek Free Press.] If anyone comes across any omissions, please let me know.

NOTE:  Fictional writings are indicated in blue.

1962

BUSINESS RIVALS (Signed T. Pratchett, 3C) in Technical Cygnet, Wycombe Technical High School Magazine, 1: 8, December 1962,  pp. 28-29.
Reprinted with illustrated border by Kevin Rochowski, in  John Hampden Magazine (The Technical Cygnet renamed), 1992,  pp. 32-33. With a report on his  visit to the School on 22 June 1992, p. 31.
Reprinted in John Hampden Grammar School, 2014, pp. 59-60. With ‘Sir Terry Pratchett and his teachers’, pp. 56-58, and a  quote & photo on p. 3.
Rewritten, much enlarged, as ‘The Hades Business’.

1963

‘THE HADES BUSINESS, Science Fantasy, vol. 20, no. 60, August 1963, pp. 66-76.
Reprinted in The Unfriendly Future, ed. Tom Boardman, Jr. London: New English Library (Four Square Books), October 1965, pp. 119-30.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 31-41.
Reprinted, with revised introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 19-34.

Czech: ‘Kšeft v hádesu’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 159-178.
German: ‘Die Hades-Angelegenheit’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 331-347.

Polish: ‘Piekielny Interes’ trs. Piotr W. Cholewa, Nowa Fantastyka, November 2012, pp.50-    55.

[ON SCIENCE FICTION I SCHOOLS] (Letter, referring to Ron Bennett’s article in the previous issue, entitled ‘Science Fiction in Schools’) in Vector (Journal of the BSFA), 21, September 1963, p. 26.

1964

‘LOOK FOR THE LITTLE — DRAGON?’ and ‘THE SEARCHER’, (Signed Terry Pratchett, 5A) in Technical Cygnet, 1: 9, March 1964 pp. 28-29.

‘SOLUTION’ (Signed T. Pratchett, 5A) Technical Cygnet, 1: 10, July 1964 p. 25.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday,  2012, pp. 35-37.

‘THE UNCONVENTIONAL CAVALIER. AN ASSESSMENT OF COLIN KAPP’, By Ed F.James & Terry Pratchett, Zenith, 6 (ed. Peter R. Weston), September 1964,  pp. 5-9.  Ed Hames writes: ‘Four of these reviews are by Terry Pratchett – I think you  will recognise them – as is the conclusion.’ TP certainly wrote the review of ‘The Glass of Iargo’.


1965

 

THE PICTURE’, (Signed T. Pratchett, L6A) in Technical Cygnet, 1: 11, May 1965, p. 12.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 38-39, and The Sunday Telegraph, 15 March 2015, p. 7.

‘TALES OF THE CARPET PEOPLE’  Children’s Circle. By Uncle Jim, in  The Bucks Free Press (High Wycombe), 8, 15, 22, 29 October, 5, 12, 19, 26, November, 3, 10, 17, 23 December, p. 5. (This is the first published idea for what became his novel The Carpet People). On 8 October TP took over this column from another pseudonymous individual (who could have been the prototypical author of ‘Mr Bunnsy Has An Adventure’ that appeared in The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents, except that the column’s characters tended to be called Boo-Boo Bunny, Roberta Rabbit, Frances Frog, and similar alliterative names). All his ‘Uncle Jim’ tales appeared in this column, so the words ‘Children’s Circle’ and ‘Uncle Jim’ have been removed from future entries. Reprinted in  the first American edition of The Carpet People, Clarion/Houghton Mifflin, 5 July 2013,  pp. 264-89.
Reprinted, under the title ‘Tales of the Carpet People’, in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 55-104, in the deluxe edition, pp. 63-112, and in the American edition published by Clarion, 3 February 2015, pp. 71-120.
As none of the tales published in the Bucks Free Press  have titles, I have given them a descriptive title within square brackets, and when they have been subsequently published in a collection, the title then used is used for the story, without the square brackets.

‘NIGHT DWELLER’, in New Worlds (London), vol.49, no.156, November 1965, pp.83-88.
German: ‘Geschöpfe der Nacht’, trs. Berit Neumann, in Alien Contact (ISSN 0863-4114), 10 [1/1992], February 1992, pp. 17-21. Followed by ‘Terry Pratchett wunderbare Scheibenwelt’, pp. 22-25.

[THRIST PINS] The Bucks Free Press, 31 December 1965, 7 January 1966, p. 5.

1966

‘PROFESSOR WHELK’, The Bucks Free Press, 14, 21, 28 January, p. 5.
Reprinted, with an introductory note (not by TP), in Nullus Anxietas III, Official Convention Programme, 9-11 April 2011, pp. 14-16.

[‘ST EUSTON’S DAY’], The Bucks Free Press, 4 February, p. 5.

[‘THE NORTH-BY-NORTH-EASTERN’], The Bucks Free Press, 11 February, p. 5.

[‘THE TROPNECIAN INVASION OF ENGLAND’], The Bucks Free Press, 18 February, p. 5.

‘HUNT THE SNORRY’, The Bucks Free Press, 25 February, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 49-54, in the deluxe edition, pp. 55-60, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 65-70.

[‘THE PIED PIPER OF BLACKBURY’], The Bucks Free Press , 4 March, p. 5.

[‘THE BLACKBURY BUS COMPANY AND THE TERRIBLE PASSENGER’], The Bucks Free Press, 11, 18 March, p. 5.

[‘UB AND THE TOAD’], The Bucks Free Press, 25 March, 1, 8 April, p. 5.

[‘WOOKLEY’S CORNER AND THE WATER BOARD’], The Bucks Free Press , 15, 22, 29 April, p. 5.

‘THE WILD KNIGHT’, The Bucks Free Press, 6, 13, 20 May, p. 5.
Reprinted in the deluxe edition of The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 373-86.

‘THE EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURES OF DOGGINS’, The Bucks Free Press, 27 May, 3, 10, 17, 24 June, 1, 8, 15 July, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 251-84, in the deluxe edition, pp. 281-314..

‘THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY’, The Bucks Free Press, 22, 29 July, 5 August, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 23-38, in the deluxe edition, pp. 25-40.

‘DOK THE CAVEMAN’, The Bucks Free Press , 12, 19, 26 August, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 121-36, in the deluxe edition, pp. 135-50, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 121-36.

‘DRAGONS AT CRUMBLING CASTLE’, The Bucks Free Press, 2, 9, 16, 23 September, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 1-24, in the deluxe edition, pp. 1-24, and in the American Clarion edition, pp.  1-24.

‘DARBY AND THE SUBMARINE’, The Bucks Free Press, 30 September, 7, 14, 21, 28 October, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 81-106, in the deluze edition, pp. 89-114.

[‘PRINCE RISBOROUGH AND THE WILD GOOSE CHASE’, The Bucks Free Press , 4, 11, 18, 25 November, 2, 9 December, p. 5.

‘THE 59a BUS GOES BACK IN TIME, The Bucks Free Press, 16, 23, 30 December 1966, 6, 13 January 1967, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 245-72, in the deluxe edition, pp. 281-308, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 243-70.

1967

‘ANOTHER TALE OF THE CARPET PEOPLE’, The Bucks Free Press, 20, 27 January, 3, 10, 17, 24 February, 3 March, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 159-95, in the deluxe edition, pp. 183-219,  and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 159-94.

[‘THE UPTONS, THE DRAGON, AND THE TROLL’], The Bucks Free Press, 10, 17, 23 March, p. 5.

[‘DOGGINS, THE AIRSHIP AND THE BOXES’], The Bucks Free Press, 31 March, 7, 14, 21, 28 April, 5 May, p. 5.

[‘THE BOGLERS’], The Bucks Free Press, 12, 19, 26 May, 2, 9 June, p. 5.

[‘FAIRY BEINGS’], The Bucks Free Press, 16 June, p. 5.

‘HUMPHREY NEWT’S THUNDERBOLD CARRIAGE’, The Bucks Free Press, 23, 30 June, 7 July, p. 5.
Reprinted in the WHSmith Collector’s Edition of Raising Steam, 7/11/13, pp. 379-83.

[PROFESSOR PODLING AND HIS GARDEN’], The Bucks Free Press, 14, 21 July, p. 5.

[‘INTRODUCTION TO A STORY BY LEONIE MULLETT’], The Bucks Free Press, 28 July, p. 5.

[‘THE DWELLER IN THE CLOCK’], The Bucks Free Press, 4, 11, 18, 25 August, p. 5.

[‘”SERVICE CUTS” ON THE GRITSHIRE LINE’], The Bucks Free Press, 1, 8, 15 September, p. 5.

‘THE FROZEN FEUD’, The Bucks Free Press, 22, 29 September, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 69-80, in the deluxe edition, pp. 75-86..

[‘WOOKLEY’S CORNER FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SHOW’], The Bucks Free Press, 6, 13, 20, 27 October, p. 5.

[‘MORK AND ARTHUR’S HILL’], The Bucks Free Press, 3, 10 November, p. 5.

[‘CEDRIC OF BELMARIE’], The Bucks Free Press, 17, 24 November, 1, 8 December, p. 5.

[‘HE STORY OF BLACKBERRY PIE’], The Bucks Free Press, 15, 22 December, p. 5.

[‘THE BLACKBURY FLOOD’], The Bucks Free Press, 29 December 1967, 5, 12 January 1968, p. 5.

1968

‘THE WERGS’ INVASION OF EARTH’, The Bucks Free Press, 19, 26 January, 2, 9 February, p. 5.
Reprinted in the deluxe, slipcased edition of Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 391-403.

‘WIZARD WAR’, The Bucks Free Press, 16, 23 February, 1, 8 March, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 231-50, in the deluxe edition, pp. 259-78..

[‘THE BLACKBURY MONSTER’], The Bucks Free Press, 15, 22, 29 March, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 309-24, in the deluxe edition, pp. 353-68, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 307-22.

‘HERCULES THE TORTOISE’, The Bucks Free Press, 5, 11, 19 April, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 105-20, in the deluxe edition, pp. 117-32, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 25-40.

[‘MISSING TRAINS ON THE NORTH GRITSHIRE LIGHT RAILWAY’], The Bucks Free Press, 26 April, 3, 10, 17 May, p. 5.

‘EDUCATION SHOULD NOT BE A POLITICAL TOY’. By T.P. (Review of Looking Forward to the Seventies, ed. Peter Bander), Bucks Free Press, 10 May 1968. The first occasion that Terry wrote about a book published by Colin Smythe Limited.

‘BASON AND THE HUGONAUTS’, The Bucks Free Press, 24, 31 May, 7, 14, 21, 28 June, 5, 12 June, p. 5. With the issue of 14 June, Terry began to illustrate his columns.
Reprinted in the deluxe, slipcased edition of  Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 407-31.

[‘THE BIG RACE’], The Bucks Free Press, 19, 26 July, 2, 9, 16 August, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 137-58, in the deluxe edition, pp. 153-74, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 137-58.

‘LORD CAKE AND THE BATTLE FOR BANWEN’S BEACON’, The Bucks Free Press, 23, 30 August, 6 September, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 179-92, in the deluxe edition, pp. 199-212.

‘GUNSMOKE ON THE GREEN GREEN GRASS OF BUCKS’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 11 September, p. 8.

[‘ENGLISH WEATHER’], The Bucks Free Press, 13, 20 September, p. 5.

‘MOTOR BIKES ROAR ROUND A STRATELY SCRAMBLE TRACK’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 18 September, p. 8.

‘CRAFTSMAN HAS BUILT HIS LAST VIOLIN’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 25 September, p. 8.

‘THE FIRE OPAL’, The Bucks Free Press, 27 September, 4, 11, 18, 25 October, 1, 8 November, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 145-78, in the deluxed edition, pp. 161-94..

‘TOWN WILL HEAR AGAIN THE CRY “OYEZ”‘. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 2 October, p. 8.

‘PLEA TO SAVE A GENTLE POET’S NUT TREE’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 9 October, p. 8.

‘SIR BASIL  – A MAN OF PEACE DESPITE THE BLITZKRIEG’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 16 October, p. 8.

‘WILLIAM AND YOYO HAVE NO WORRIES, EXCEPT FOR THOSE HITCHING POSTS’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 23 October, p. 8.

‘HARD TIMES HIT THE HOSTELRY OF ALDERMAN GARGINI’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 30 October, p. 8.

‘SHOW PIECE TERRANCE PRATCHETT AVENGERS IN SHINING CARDBOARD ARMOUR’, Mid-Week Free Press, 6 November, p. 4.

‘NO MISER – BUT FOR HIM MONEY IS A WAY OF LIFE’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 6 November, p. 8.

‘MISSENDEN’S BELLS MAY SOON BE SILENT’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 13 November, p. 8.

[‘THE EAST SLATE MONEY FORGERS’], The Bucks Free Press, 15, 22, 29 November, p. 5.

‘HOW PLEASANT TO BE SANTA CLAUSE’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 20 November, p. 8.

‘MAN WHO HAS BROUGHT SPORT TO DISABLED’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 27 November, p. 8.

‘IT IS SLIGHTLY SINISTER – THIS CRAZY NOAH’S ARK’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 4 December, p. 8.

‘THE PRINCE AND THE PARTRIDGE’, The Bucks Free Press, 6, 13, 20 December, p. 5.
This last issue, headed ‘A very merry Christmas to all from Uncle Jim’, contains a large illustration of the pear tree containing all the characters in the song.
Reprinted, with introductory note and the illustrations, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 40-47, and in the American edition, pp. 22-28.

‘WHY DEER ARE GETTING BOLDER AND BOLDER THESE DAYS’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 11 December, p. 8.

‘MR. BUDDELEY’S BOOKSHOP IS DOING WELL’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 18 December, p. 8.

[‘SNOWFALL IN BLACKBURY’], The Bucks Free Press, 28 December, p. 5.

1969

‘A BORE-HOLE CORE IS THE LATEST FUN THING’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 1 January, p. 4.

[‘SNOWFALL IN BLACKBURY‘ contd.], The Bucks Free Press, 3, 10, 17 January, p. 5.

‘BRAVE YOUNG BUCK AT WATERLOO’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 8 January, p. 8.

‘HEALING HANDS BRING PEACE TO MANY’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 15 January, p. 8.

[‘THE NEW MOTORWAY’] The Bucks Free Press, 24, 31 January, 7 February, p. 5.

‘TO TASTE, AND IF THOUGHT FIT, TO APPROVE, THE CHAIRMAN’S SHERRY’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 22 January, p. 8.

‘LOOK HERE, LET’S GET REALLY UNREASONABLE’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 29 January, p. 8.

WHEN GERRARDS CROSS WAS THE “BRIGHTON OF BUCKS”‘. By T.P., (Review of Geoffrey Edmonds’ A History of Chalfont St Peter and Gerrards Cross)
Mid-Week Free Press, 29 January 1969.

‘ONCE A JOLLY MILLER….’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 5 February, p. 8.

‘ONWARD TO CHAUCER KEYNES’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 12 February, p. 8.

[‘THE FAMILY IN THE DUSTBIN’], The Bucks Free Press, 14, 21, 28 February, p. 5.

‘NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR TRAINS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 19 February, p. 8.

‘MAKING MAGIC IS A MALE MYSTIQUE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 26 February, p. 8.

‘WHY DO WE HAVE TO TOLERATE THIS SPACE-AGE JERRY BUILDING?‘  By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 5 March, p. 8.

[‘A STRANGER IN BLACKBURY’], The Bucks Free Press, 7, 14, 21, 28 March, p. 5.

GREAT GROWTH AREA MESS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 12 March, p. 8.

‘AND AS JUPITER ROSE ABOVE THE MIST’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 19 March, p. 8.

‘THIS IS THE LIFE BY LORD THOMSON’, and ‘DAME REBECCA HATES TO LEAVE’.. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 26 March, p. 8

‘WOULD YOU WAIT ALL NIGHT FOR A JUMBLE SALE?’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 1 April, p. 8.

[‘THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE’], The Bucks Free Press, 3 April, p. 5.

‘NOW WHERE SHALL BE PUT FOURTH LONDON AIRPORT?’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 9 April, p. 8.

[THE BED-SCRATCHER’], The Bucks Free Press, 11, 18 April, p. 5.

‘FOR LONG DISTANCE “NOSHING” YOU GAIN ON THE ROUNDABOUTS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 16 April, p. 8.

‘SWING TIME FOR THE GIRLS THANKS TO S.E.T.’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 23 April, p. 8.

[‘THE WIZARD AND BLACKBURY UNITED’], The Bucks Free Press, 25 April, 2, 9, 16 May, p. 5.

‘TALKING ABOUT AFFLUENCE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 30 April, p. 8.

‘THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN, ETC, ETC, ETC.‘ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press), 7 May, p. 8.

JORDANS – FIFTY YEARS ON’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press), 14 May, p. 8.

‘THE SUCCESS STORY OF A MAN “WITHOUT A MESSAGE”‘. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 21 May, p. 9.

[‘A TRIP TO THE MOON’], The Bucks Free Press, 23, 30 May, 6 June, p. 5.

‘WHY THE ‘CUNARDER’ IS BERTHED AT QUAINTON ROAD STATION’. By Marcus. Mid-Week Free Press, 28 May, p. 4.

‘HIS LORDSHIP MAKES THE NEWS BUT HIS DOG HITS THE HEADLINES’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 4 June, p. 8.

‘WHEN THE YANKS GO MARCHING HOME’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 11 June, p. 8.

‘THE GREAT SPECK’, The Bucks Free Press, 13, 20, 27 June, 4, 11 July, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 25-48, in the deluxe edition, pp. 29-52, and in the American Clarion edition, pp.  41-64.

‘PSST – WANT TO HEAR ABOUT A MILITARY SECRET?’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 18 June, p. 8.

‘TURN THIS OLD BARN OVER, PUT THE KEEL BACK TO SEA’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 25 June, p. 8.

‘MARCUS MEETS SOME “ANTIS” AND CHATS WITH A PARROT’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 9 July, p. 10.

‘AND WHEN YOU BITE YOUR FINGER YOU’RE FINISHED’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 16 July, p. 8.

[‘AN EVENT AT BLACKBURY EXPERIMENTAL STATION’], The Bucks Free Press, 18, 25 July, 1 August, p. 5.

‘ENJOYING A BIT OF BORDER PEACE IN BUCKS.’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 23 July, p. 8.

‘GILL NEVER QUITE APPROVED OF JOSEPH.’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 30 July, p. 8.

‘BEACONSFIELD STUDIO’S £800,000 SHOT IN THE ARM’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 6 August, p. 8.

‘THE SHEEP RODEO SCANDAL’, The Bucks Free Press, 8, 15, 22, 29 August, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 107-30, in the deluxe edition, pp. 119-42.

‘THE BEST LAID PLANS  – HOW TO PROTEST’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 13 August, p. 8.

‘AFTER DORRIDGE, A PALETTE KNIFE FOR JAGO ???‘. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 20 August, p. 6.

‘IT’LL BE A RELIEF FOR THE TRAFFIC – BUT NOT FOR THE LANDSCAPE. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 27 August, p. 8.

‘IN THE SHADOW OF M40 A NATURE TRAIL’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 3 September, p. 6.

‘THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN’, The Bucks Free Press , 5, 12, 19, 26 September, 3, 10, 17, 24 October, p. 5.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 273-308, In the deluxe edition, pp. 313-48, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 271-306.

‘LACEY GREEN, LOOSLEY ROW, POET’S CORNER OF BUCKS YOU KNOW’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 10 September, p. 6.

WITH SUPERSONIC SYMPATHIES TO THE BOARD OF TRADE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 17 September, p. 6.

‘HOW THREE MONTHS BECAME 30 YEARS FOR PETER COULDRON’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 24 September, p. 8.

‘THE LONELINESS OF A LOUDWATER ARTIST’ – AND HIS FEARS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 1 October, p. 8.?

‘SHOPKEEP DIAL-A-DEBTOR SERVICE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 8 October, p. 8.

‘THREE POPES TO GO BEFORE WE KNOW IF MALACHY WAS RIGHT’. By Marcus, (Review of The Prophecies of St Malachy & St Columbkille, by Peter Bander, and interview with author), Mid-Week Free Press, 15 October, p. 8.

‘MEET THE CHALFONT GROUP WHO WRITE FOR PEACE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 22 October, p. 8.

‘JETS JUST ABOVE . . . .’  By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 29 October, p. 8.

[‘BLACKBURY TOWN COUNCIL AND THE MAUD REPORT’], The Bucks Free Press, 31 October, 7, 14, 21, 28 November, 5 December, p. 5.

‘AND HOW TALL IS YOUR FAMILY TREE?’  By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 5 November, p. 8.

‘HAVE YOU READ ANY GOOD CHILDREN’S BOOKS LATELY?  By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 12 November, p. 8.

‘THOSE BRAVE NEW TOWN PLANS MAKE ME NERVOUS, By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 19 November, p. 8.

‘DON’T LAUGH AT HER BIKINI – SHE MIGHT BE A WEIGHT WATCHER’, By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 26 November, p. 8.

‘YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A HIPPY TO GO TRANSCENDENTAL’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 3 December, p. 8.

‘THE PEOPLE FOR WHOM ONE DRINK IS ONE TOO MANY’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 10 December, p. 8.

[‘KING WENCESLAS’], The Bucks Free Press, 12, 19, 24 December, p. 5.

‘BUT MUST THERE BE SO MUCH GRABBING?’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 17 December, p. 8.

‘THE MARCUS ALL-PURPOSE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS CARD’. By Marcus (Illustration, with short descriptive text), Midweek Free Press, 24 December, p. 3.

‘THE ROAD TO HELL IS PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 31 December, p. 4.

1970

‘THE WITCH’S VACUUM CLEANER’, The Bucks Free Press, 2, 9, 16, 23 January, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 1-22, in the deluxe edition, pp. 1-22.

‘CHITTY, CHITTY, PLAN, PLAN’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 7 January, p. 8

‘WHEN CONSERVATION CLASHES WITH £.S.D.’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 14 January, p. 8.

‘LUCY’S TASTE PROVIDES THE KEY-NOTE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 21 January, p. 8.

‘THE SURGICAL WAY TO LEAVE YOUR MARK’.  By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 28 January, p. 8.

‘THE BLACKBURY PARK STATUES’, The Bucks Free Press, 30 January, 6, 13, 20 February, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 213-30, in the deluxe edition, pp. 239-56.

‘POET KIERON IS ONE OF THE NEXT WAVE‘. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 4 February, p. 8.

‘IS PRESERVATION A MATTER OF CLASS?‘ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 11 February, p. 10.

‘AMATEUR ORCHESTRA HAS URGE TO TRAVEL’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press,  18 February, p. 8.

‘KEEPING A HERO CAN LEAD TO A PICKLE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 25 February, p. 8.

‘AN ANT CALLED 4179003’, The Bucks Free Press, 27 February, 6, 13 March, p. 5.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 131-44, in the deluxe edition, pp.145-58.

‘IT REALLY GETS YOU – THIF INFTANT HIFTORY’. By Marcuf [sic], Mid-Week Free Press, 4 March, p. 6.

‘FRED STILL GETS HIS DIPLOMATIC WAY’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 11 March, p. 8.

‘THE DAY BERNARD HAD TO CLOSE A BANK’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 18 March, p. 8.

[‘SAILING TO AMNESIA’], The Bucks Free Press, 20, 26 March, 3, 10, 17, 24 April, p. 5.

‘QUIET FLOWS THE “DONN” AFTER AN EVENTFUL STAY IN BUCKS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 24 March, p. 8.

‘THE ANIMALS DISAPPEARED FOR NATURE TRAIL OPENING’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 1 April, p. 4.

‘COMING TO TERMS WITH A MAN-MADE COUNTRYSIDE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 8 April, p. 8.

‘THE PERILS OF THE SUPER MACHINE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 15 April, p. 8.

‘THE INSIDIOUS GRIP OF “PLANNING BLIGHT”’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 22 April, p. 8.

‘WILL WE GET COMMUTERS FROM EXETER?’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 29 April, p. 8.

[‘MR BROWN’S HOLIDAY ACCIDENT’], The Bucks Free Press , 1, 8, 15, 22,  May, p. 5.
It appears that the 29 May issue did not get published – paper shortage being the given reason – and while the ‘Children’s Corner’ in the issue of 5 June contained a list of birthdays, Terry’s last episode of this story did not appear. The 12 June issue started with Terry’s next tale, instead of printing that final episode. Sad.

‘THE MAN WHO CAN AFFORD TO SAY’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 6 May, p. 8.

‘BRINGING INTO LINE WILL COST YOU MONEY’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 13 May, p. 8.

‘HIGH WYCOMBE “PORRIDGE” COULD FEED THE WORLD’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 20 May, p. 1.

‘THE DAILY DECISION ON TAKING VOWS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 20 May, p. 8.

‘AFTER THIRTY-SIX LONG YEARS THE BURMESE STILL REMEMBER HIM’. By Marcus (On Maurice Collis And The Three Gods), Mid-Week Free Press, 27 May, p. 8.

‘ALL BECAUSE ENOS ?? WAS AN HONEST MAN. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 10 June, p. 8.

[‘SHRINKING MONEY AND THE FINANCIAL WIZARD’], The Bucks Free Press, 12, 19, 26 June, [3], 10, 17 July, p. 5.

‘SCIENCE AND BEAUTY IN SHALL COLLECTING’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 17 June, p. 8.

‘WOULD YOU WANT TO LOSE YOUR VOTE?’ By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 24 June, p. 8.

‘WHAT’S CHALKY, GREEN AND UNDER PRESSURE’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 1 July, p. 8.

‘DON’T MOVE TO LONDON. THEY ARE BRINGING IT TO YOU’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 15 July, p. 10.

‘THERE’S DUST UP AT THE CEMENT WORKS’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 22 July, p. 8.

[‘THE MODEL VILLAGE’], The Bucks Free Press, 24, 31 July, 7, 14 August, p. 5.

‘SO THE HIGH JINKS STAY OFF THE SCREEN’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 29 July, p. 8.

‘NOW TAURUS, IT’S OVER TO YOU. 99TH AND LAST’. By Marcus, Mid-Week Free Press, 5 August, p. 8.
The last piece he wrote under the by-line Marcus until he returned to the paper in 1972.

I include this here as I did not get a definitive statement about it from him, but I doubt it was by Terry.
[MR BROWN’S FARM’], The Bucks Free Press, 21, 28 August, 4, 11, 18 September, p. 5.

On 28 September 1970 Terry left the Bucks Free Press to become a reporter on the Western Daily Press & Times & Mirror in Bristol, where his by-line was Terence Pratchett. As many of his reports would not have carried a reporter’s name, but something like ‘A Western Daily Press reporter’ it is impossible to assess which of these would have been by Terry. The paper’s name has been shortened to Western Daily Press hereafter. Where an article has been written under a joint by-line, this is noted.

‘THE TROUBLE IS THAT NO ONE LOOKS UP AT GARGOYLES, SAYS THE MAN WHO BRINGS STONE ALIVE’, Western Daily Press, 16 October, p. 6.

‘LET RAF FLY IN CONCORDE SAYS SIR MILES [….]’, Western Daily Press, 19 October, p.1.

‘COUNCIL “YES” TO HOMES SALE’, Western Daily Press, 20 October, p. 7.

‘NEW CAR PARK TOO SMALL?’, Western Daily Press, 21 October, p. 7.

‘HERE IS THE BIG HEALTH MENACE‘, Western Daily Press, 22 October, p. 1.

‘THE MAN ON THE BRIDGE. HE STAYS 240FT UP FOR AN HOUR‘, Western Daily Press, 24 October, p. 1.

‘PLAQUE IN MEMORY OF THE DEAD IS STOLEN’, Western Daily Press, 31 October, p. 1.

‘STRIKE “CAN RUIN EXAM CHANCES”’, Western Daily Press, 1 November, p. 1.

‘A DOCK DECISION SOON IS VITAL’, Western Daily Press, 3 November, p. ?1.

‘WELSH TALK OF PICKETS IN THE WEST’, Western Daily Press, 11 November, p.?1.

‘THE GREAT BLACKBURY PIE’, Western Daily Press, 18 November, p. 10, 21 November, p. 11.
Reprinted in Western Daily Press, under the title ‘The Great Pie of Blackbury’, 30 December 1992, p. 13 (although announced in the issue of 24 December with the   original title, but inaccurately stating it had been published when he was a WDP reporter in 1969).

‘AMMONIA PERIL ON WEST BEACHES’, Western Daily Press, 25 November, p. 1.

‘MR TRAPCHEESE AND HIS ARK’, Western Daily Press, 25 November, p. 10, 28 November, p. 11.

‘THE CODE USED ONLY BY THE FEW’, Western Daily Press, 28 November, p. 1.

‘FLOODS AGAIN. “WERE NOT THE 1968 LESSONS LEARNED?’, By Terence Pratchett & Peter Wells, Western Daily Press, 30 November, p. 1.

‘ALBERT THE CAVEMAN’, Western Daily Press, 2 December, p. 10, 5 December, p. 8, 9 December, p. 12, 12 December, p. 8, 16 December, p. 10, 19 December, p. 7.

‘LET’S FORGET IT, SAYS GAS BOARD’, Western Daily Press, 4 December, p. 1.

‘PENNY STAMPS ONLY, BY THE YARD’, Western Daily Press, 7 December, p. 1.

‘SCANDAL SAY THE ANGRY PARKERS’, Western Daily Press, 7 December, p. 1.

‘SANDRA MAY NOT WED FOR YEARS NOW‘, Western Daily Press, 10 December, p. 1.

‘THE BLACK HELL OF BRISTOL [FOG] AND A MOTORING POLICEMAN SAYS “I DOUBT IF SOME HAVE ANY INTELLIGENCE AT ALL’, By John Monks and Terence Pratchett, Western Daily Press, 15 December, p. 1.

BUT NOW MARY SEEKS NEW BOSS’, Western Daily Press, 16 December, p. 1.

‘BAC [British Aircraft Corporation] DENIES AIRPORT OFFER TO CAMBRIDIAN’, Western Daily Press, 16 December, p. 5.

‘LULSGATE “RIGHT CHOICE” FOR AIRPORT’, Western Daily Press, 17 December, p. 2.

‘CAVEMEN SERVE A FULL-SCALE FEAST’, Western Daily Press, 21 December, p. 5.

‘ALL LIT UP AND RARING TO GLOW’Western Daily Press, 23 December, p. 7.

‘THE KING AND I, OR HOW THE BOTTOM DROPPED OUT OF THE WISE MAN BUSINESS’, with photo of Terry wearing a costume last used by Herod in a nativity play. Western Daily Press, 24 December, p. 5.

Illustrations by TP for Patrick Kearns’s ‘A Partridge in a Post Box’, Western Daily Press, 24 December, pp. 5 and 6.

‘ROW BREWS OVER BIG BROTHER FILE’, Western Daily Press, 30 December, p. 9.

‘PROD YE A-DIDDLE OH!’, Western Daily Press, 30 December, p. 9, 2 January 1971, p. 7, 6 January, p. 9.

1971

‘ASH [Action For Smoking And Health] FIGHTS FAILURE OF 10 YEARS’, Western Daily Press, 6 January, p. 1.

‘BLACKBURY FLYER’, Western Daily Press, 9 January, p. 7, 14 January, p. 3, and 16 January, p. 7.

This would appear to have been the last piece of fiction that TP wrote for the Western Daily Press while he worked for it, although he did not leave the paper till about April 1972. – A Marcus item appeared in Mid-week Press in March 1972

‘ROAD ANGLE COULD KILL, SAY DRIVERS’, Western Daily Press, 11 January, p. 7.

‘TORY HQ FIRE COULD HAVE BEEN ARSON. LUNATIC FRINGE WON’T STOP BILL SAYS MP’, Western Daily Press, 16 January, p. 5.

‘SO THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO COLLEGE’, Western Daily Press, 25 January, p. 5.

‘”PRIDE AT STAKE” IN POST STRIKE’, Western Daily Press, 2 February, p. 1.

‘THE JOBS IN PERIL: NOW WAIT IS ON’, Western Daily Press, 5 February, pp. 1, 8.

‘THE £3,000 DOG. BUT JOHN TURNS DOWN THE OFFER’, Western Daily Press, 8 February, p. 5.

‘MOTHER GIVES A KIDNEY TO HER SON’, Western Daily Press, 13 February, p. 1.

‘PROBLEM OF CASH AND THE WIFE’S MOTHER’, Western Daily Press, 16 February, p. 3.

‘ANOTHER SOLICITOR FIGHTS THE PLANNERS’, Western Daily Press, 20 February, p. 1.

‘FURY OVER A SECRET HOTEL’, By Richard Collins and Terence Pratchett, Western Daily Press, 26 February, pp. 1, 7.

‘STUDENT JAPE ANGERS VILLAGE’, Western Daily Press, 26 February, p. 5.

‘CHANGES IN THE GORGE HOTEL’, Western Daily Press, 27 February, p. 1.

‘SIX BOATS SUNK BY VANDALS’, Western Daily Press, 1 March, p. 1.

‘CARBON COPY GUN RAID ON BANK‘. By Keith Stooke and Terence Pratchett, Western Daily Press, 2 March, p. 1.

‘WEIGHT DANGER HALTS WORK ON COURTS‘, Western Daily Press, 6 March, p. 9.

‘MET THE NEW BOY, BREAKING INTO TEACHING AS A TOP SCHOOL HEAD‘, Western Daily Press, 8 March, p. 6.
Peter Searle as the new head of St Brandon’s [Girls’] School.

‘THE GORGE HOTEL LOSES ITS STATE GRANT’. By Gary Hicks and Terence Pratchett, Western Daily Press, 18 March, p. 1.

‘DISCOUNT CARD FIRM RUNS INTO TROUBLE’, Western Daily Press, 19 March, p. 1.

‘KEEP RIGHT ONTO THE END’, Book Review of Alfred Watkins’ The Old Straight Track (Garnstone Press), Western Daily Press, 19 March, p. 6.

‘THE WHOLE COMMITTEE WALKS OUT’ [Bitton Development Committee]’, Western Daily Press, 23 March, p. 1

‘CHEDDAR GIPSEY CAMPSITE “IS NOT DEFINITE”‘, Western Daily Press, 1 April, p. 3.

‘WAREHOUSE “INSTEAD OF AIRPORT”’, Western Daily Press, 6 April, p. 5.

‘KATE’S A RULE BOOK WINNER’, Western Daily Press, 19 April, p. 9.

‘COUNTY CRIME HITS A RECORD PEAK‘, Western Daily Press, 29 April, p. 5.

‘THE NEW “BRISTOLIAN” SPEEDS UP BY FIVE MINUTES‘, Western Daily Press, 30 April, p. 1.

This appears to have been the last signed article written for the Western Daily Press, before TP returned as a sub-editor to the Bucks Free Press the following year.

1972

‘3 O’CLOCK DASH FOR THE MEN IN THE “FLYING LIFE-BOAT”‘. ‘BUCKS MARKS TIME AND WAITS FOR SOME ARTIFICIAL GRAVEL’ . . .‘ By Marcus, Midweek Free Press, 1 March, p. 6.

‘JOHNNO, THE TALKING HORSE’, The Bucks Free Press, 28 April, 5, 12, 19, 25 May, p. 3.
Reprinted in the deluxe edition of The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 355-70.

‘THE TIME-TRAVELLING TELEVISION’, The Bucks Free Press, 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 June, 7 July, p. 3.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 193-212, in the deluxe edition, pp. 215-34.

Unless otherwise stated, all bylines of news reports in the BFP are now signed ‘Terry Pratchett’

‘THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG DISTANCE RIDER’, Midweek Free Press, 7 June, p. 1.

CHEQUERS PATH TO STAY OPEN’, Midweek Free Press, 28 June, p. 1.

‘THE GREAT EGG-DANCING CHAMPIONSHIP’, The Bucks Free Press, 14, 21, 28 July, 4, 11, 18, 25 August, 1 September, p. 3.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 197-222, in the deluxe edition, pp. 225-50, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 195-220.

[‘SNOW IN AUGUST’], The Bucks Free Press, 8, 15, 22, 29 September, 6 October, p. 3.

[‘THE MARK ONE COMPUTER’], The Bucks Free Press, 13, 20, 27 October, 3, 10, 17 November, p. 3.

[‘RAF BLACKBURY’S PEDAL-DRIVEN PLANE’], The Bucks Free Press, 24 November, 1, 8, 15, 21, 29 December, p. 3.

1973

‘CH FOR SIR ROBERT [MAYER] IN NEW YEAR HONOURS’, Bucks Free Press, 5 January, p. 13.

‘FATHER CHRISTMAS GOES TO WORK AT THE ZOO’, The Bucks Free Press, 5, 12, 19, 26 January, p. 3.
Reprinted in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 325-39, in the deluxe edition, pp. 373-87, and in the American Clarion edition, under the shorter title ‘Father Christmas goes to Work’, pp. 323-37.

‘AUTHOR [MAURICE COLLIS] DIES AT 84’, (Unsigned but most probably by TP), Bucks Free Press, 19 January, p. ?

‘EDWO, THE BORING KNIGHT’, The Bucks Free Press, 2, 9, 16, 23 February, 2, 9 March, p. 3.
Reprinted  in Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 223-44, in the deluxe edition, pp. 255-76, and in the American Clarion edition, pp. 221-42.

‘RINCEMANGLE, THE GNOME OF EVEN MOOR’, The Bucks Free Press, 16, 23, 30 March, 6, 13, 19, 27 April, 4, 11, 18 May, p. 3.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 48-60.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 285-318, in the deluxe edition, pp. 319-52.
Reprinted in Catherine Baker (ed.) Bovine Espionage and Other Stories, Oxford: OUP, 9 January 2014 (978-0-19-839272-9), pp. 19-37.

‘WARLOCK HALL (Cartoon. A ministerial visit), The Psychic Researcher & Spiritualist Gazette, 12, June 1973, p.8.
Subtitled “Home of the Psychic Research & Development Institute”. The first of 17 cartoons produced for this journal. I have given them titles to indicate the subject matter.

‘THE TRULY TERRIBLE TOOTHACHE’, The Bucks Free Press, 29 June, 6, 13, 20, 27 July, 3, 10 August, p. 6.
Reprinted in The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories, Doubleday, 2016, pp. 39-68, in the deluxe edition, pp. 43-72.

‘WHY WITCHCRAFT IS COMING BACK . . .’, Midweek Free Press, 4 July, p. 2.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Bolstering one’s research grant), The Psychic Researcher & Spiritualist Gazette, 13, July 1973, p. 8.
Terry also provided the illustration for Fanny & Johnny Cradock’s ‘Red Herring’ column which first appeared in this issue, also on p. 8..

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. An alternative use for the Tarot pack), The Psychic Researcher & Spiritualist Gazette, 14, August 1973, p. 8.

[‘BLACKBURY’S GOLF COURSE]’, The Bucks Free Press, 17, 24 August, p. 6.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Native American spirit guides), The Psychic Researcher & Spiritualist Gazette, 15 September 1973, p. 8.

On 3 September 1973 Terry took up a position with the Bath & West Evening Chronicle.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. The Electronic Voice Phenomenon), The Psychic Researcher & Spiritualist Gazette, 16, October 1973, p. 8.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. A tap-dancing spirit guide), The Psychic Researcher & Spiritualist Gazette, 17, November 1973, p. 8.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. A Christmas party), The Psychic Researcher, 2.1, December 1973, p. 4.

1974

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Metal-bending), The Psychic Researcher, 2.2, January 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Communication from an extra-terrestrial), The Psychic Researcher, 2.3, February 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Ghosts in-flight), The Psychic Researcher, 2.3 [sic], March 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Musical mediumship), The Psychic Researcher, 2.5, April 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. The first psychic Olympics), The Psychic Researcher, 2.6, May 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. The use of the pendulum), The Psychic Researcher, 2.7, June 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. Pyramidology), The Psychic Researcher, 2.8, July 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. A cocktail party), The Psychic Researcher, 2.9, August 1974, p. 4.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. A Spiritualist committee meeting), The Psychic Researcher, 2.10, September 1974, p. 4.

‘BUT OF COURSE THE AZTECS BUILT RUNWAYS FOR SPACESHIPS. DIDN’T THEY?’ (Review of Timeless Earth by Peter Kolosimo), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 14 September, p. 7.

‘THE SPIES WHO CAME IN WITH THE COLD WAR: AND THE PUSH-BUTTON WAR OF THE NUNGS’ (Review of The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence by Victor Marchetti and John D. Marks), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 28 September, p. 7.

‘JUST A SONG AT TWILIGHT, WHILE THE ASPIDISTRAS SHOOK’ (Reviews of The Parlour Song Book and Parlour Poetry, both edited by Michael Taylor), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 12 October, p. 7.

‘THE TINSEL MYTH OF THE DREAM MACHINE’ (Review of Kiss Hollywood Goodbye by Anita Loos), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 26 October, p. 7.

‘FOR STANDARDISED BODY No. 2, TURN TO PAGE 100’ (Reviews of Hamlet’s First Case by Paul Sangster, nine volumes of Sherlock Holmes stories, and Grim, Gruesome and Grisly by S. John Peskett), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 16 November, pp. 8-9.

‘CHILD’S GUIDE TO DOOMSDAY’ (Review of  The Pollution Handbook by Richard Mabey), [also, probably. ‘READY, STEADY, THROW! MANY HAPPY RETURNS’ (Reviews of The Boomerang Book by M.J.Hanson and The Paper Aeroplane Book by Seymour Simon), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 30 November, p. 7.

‘’EE SAW I, AN’ I SAW ’EE, AN’ OTHER LIKELY STORIES’ (Reviews of The Folklore of the Cotswolds by Katherine M. Briggs, and The Leaping Hare by George Ewart Evans and David Thomson), ‘THE RING CYCLE, ROUND AGAIN’ (Review of a paperback edition of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R.Tolkien), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 7 December, p. 7.

‘A TALE OF PLUCK IN THIS GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND’ (Review of Ticker Khan by Bamber Gascoigne), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 21 December, pp. 8-9.

1975

‘THE MAN WHO CONQUERED ASIA WITH FOUR TINS OF CHOCOLATE’ (Review of Peter Fleming by Duff Hart-Davis), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 11 January, p. 7.

‘ONE FALSE MOVE, MATEY, AND I’LL BREATHE ON YOU’ (Reviews of Secret Fighting Arts of the World by John F. Gilbey, and of The Indoor League by Sid Waddell and John Meade), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 25 January, p. 7.

‘CELANDINE AMID THE CORN’ (Review of Natural Folk Remedies by Lelord Kordel), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 15 February, p. 7.

‘EXCUSE ME, BUT THE PO TOWER’S GOING TO FALL DOWN’ (Review of Premonitions: A Leap into the Future by Herbert B. Greenhouse), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 22 February p. 7.

‘WARLOCK HALL’ (Cartoon. A visit by Matthew Manning), The Psychic Researcher, 3.4, March 1975, p. 5.
In spite of our hopes for more, this was the last cartoon Terry produced for the Researcher.

‘FLIGHT INTO THE UNKNOWN’ (Review of The Bermuda Triangle by Charles Berlitz), Bath & West Evening Chronicle,  8 March, p. 7.

‘THE FLICKER OF A MILLION FORK TONGUES‘ (Review of Comanches – The Destruction of a People by T. R. Fehrenbach), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 12 April, p. 7

‘THE MAN WHO LIVED TWICE? WELL, IT’S A JOLLY GOOD YARN’ (Review of Second Time Around by Edward Ryall, and Winging Westward by Joy Burden), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 26 April, p. 7.

‘FREE, AT A FEE’ (Review of Transcendental Meditation: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and the Science of Creative Intelligence by Jack Forem), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 3 May, p. 8.

‘DOING AS YOU WOULD BEE DONE BY’ Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 10 May, p. 7.
Reprinted in the special edition of The Shepherd’s Crown,  5,000 numbered copies ‘Exclusive to Waterstones stamped and numbered special edition’, (978-0-857-53482-8) pp. [342-344].

THE BRIC-A-BRAC FANS DIG IN’ (Review of Digging up Antiques by Edward Fletcher), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 17 May, p. 7. 

‘A MONSTER WHO WALKS IN THE MYTHS OF TIME’ (Reviews of There are Giants in the Earth by Michael Grumley, and Hiero’s Journey by Sterling E. Lanier), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 7 June, pp. 8-9.

‘‘NO, LADY, I’M AFRAID IT WAS ALL DUE TO THE BEASTLY BOCHE’’ (Review of The Bath Blitz, by Martin Wainwright, and examines the booklet’s curious economic background), and ‘A MERRY JINGLE –– BUT NOT FROM THE TILL‘,  Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 14 June, p. 7

‘THE AA’S RIGOROUSLY RESEARCHED RAMBLES‘ (Review of the AA’s No Through Road), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 21 June, p. 7.

‘STILL LIFE’ (Review of A Wiltshire Camera 1835-1914 compiled by David Burnett), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 5 July, pp. 8-9.

‘SEEK AND YE SHALL FIND –– WITH LUCK’ (Review of The Fortune Hunter’s Guide by Peter Haining), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 26 July, p. 7.

‘THIS IS WHERE IT’S AT (COULD IT BE 19AT4?)’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 9 August, p. 7.

‘JEW AND ARAB: BIAS AND COUNTER BIAS’ (Review of Publish it not . . . by Christopher Mayhew and Michael Adams), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 30 August, p. 7.

‘A COUPLE OF SPELLBINDERS FROM SYBIL THE WITCH‘, (Reviews of Diary of a Witch and The Complete Art of Witchcraft both by Sybil Leek), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 13 September, p. 7.

‘JIMMY, POP OF THE TOPS’ (Review of My Wild Life by Jimmy Chipperfield), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 27 September, p. 7.

‘LIFE AT THE TOP, SLIGHTLY ROSE-TINTED‘ (Review of My Life in Service by Rosina Harrison), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 4 October, p. 7.

‘MMM! NOTHING LIKE A HOME-BAKED RUG’ (Review of The Survival Handbook (Self-Sufficiency for Everyone) by Michael Allaby, Marika Hanbury Tenison, John Seymour and Hugh Sharman), and ‘SONGS SUNG TRUE’  (Review of record Cotswold Ballads by Frank Mansell, music by Peter Tatham and Celia Carroll), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 1 November, pp. 8-9.

‘SOME TIPS ON HOW TO AVOID THE ICEBERG’ (Review of How to Avoid the Future by Gordon Rattray Taylor), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 15 November, p. 7.

‘CADDY’S FLY WITH HIS GNOMES ON THE RANGE‘ (Review of The Magic of Findhorn by Paul Hawken), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 29 November, p. 7.

1976

‘THE MOONLIGHT WORLD OF THE INSTANT HOME’ (Review of  The Folklore of Wiltshire by Ralph Whitlock), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 24 January, p. 9.

‘GOSH! IT EVEN TELLS YOU HOW TO DO A BIT OF HEART SURGERY’ (Review of Piccolo Eating Book: Fabulous & Funny Food Facts by Bronwen O’Connor), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 14 February, p. 7.

‘THE FISH MEN FROM OUTER SPACE’ (Review of The Sirius Mystery by Robert K.G.Temple), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 28 February, p. 7.

‘HONEY, THESE BEES HAD A HEART OF GOLD‘, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 24 April, p. 7.
Reprinted in in the North American Discworld Convention 2013 Program Guide and Souvenir Book, 5-8 July 2013, pp. 32-33.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 183-85, and in the American edition pp. 176-78.

‘HOW HENRY HOSEPIPE CAUGHT THE ROGUE SPRINKLER OF NETHER STOWEY’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 15 May, p. 7.

‘A BOWLER’S DIARY, OR THE VANDELMAS SQUIRT’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 29 May, p. 7.

‘OK, LET’S GIVE IT ANOTHER 50 VOLTS AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS‘ (Review of Animal Liberation by Peter Singer), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 19 June, p. 7.

‘BRITAIN’S LIFE IN THE WILD’ (Review of The AA Book of the British Countryside), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 10 July, p. 7.

‘WHAT’S MORE, IT CAN MAKE YOU BLIND, HO YUS’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 7 August, pp. 8-9.

‘OH, MY ACHING SPUDS‘ (Reviews of One Man’s Plot by Michael Leapman, and The Compleat Farmer compiled by the Main Street Press), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 21 August, p. 7.

‘THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF SANTA CLAUS’ (Review of The Collected Letters of Santa Claus by J.R.R.Tolkien), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 18 September, p. 7.

‘THAT SOUNDS FUNGI, IT MUST BE THE DAWN CHORUS’. Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 2 October, p. 9.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 186-87, and the American edition, pp.179-81.

‘KINDLY BREATHE IN SHORT, THICK PANTS’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 9 October, p. 8-9.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 61-63, and in the American edition pp. 41-43.

SOLD TO THE MUG WITH MONEY’. Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 30 October, p. 7.

[CHRISTMAS GREETING CARD SHOWING A GREEDY KING]  Colin Smythe Ltd. Also for The National Listening Library, London. 1976

1977

‘BRING ON THE BUXOM WENCHES’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 4 June, p. 7.

‘LONG JOHNS CHEAPER‘ (verse), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 4 June, p. 12.

‘THE GLASTONBURY TALES‘ (verse), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 16 July, pp. 8-9.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 64-67, and in the American edition, pp. 44-47.

‘PICCOLO’S THIN PLOTS FOR THICK READERS’ (Review of some Piccolo editions of classics rewritten for kids), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 23 July, p. 7.

‘O! I C 3 B… Js’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 13 August, pp. 8-9.

‘OWOW! LEFT HAND DOWN A BIT, HONEY’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 27 August, p. 7.
Reprinted in in the North American Discworld Convention 2013 Program Guide and Souvenir Book, 5-8 July 2013, pp. 30-31.
Terry combined a number of memories to write this.

‘TIPS FROM THE TOR TOP’ (Review of The Ancient Wisdom by Geoffrey Ashe), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 17 September, p. 7.

‘THE FAGA OF THE STORMY FTART TO THE CREFENT‘, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 17 September, pp. 8-9.

‘AND STOP WHISTLING OR I’LL KILL SOMEBODY’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 24 September, pp. 8-9.

‘THE MISSING BIT OF THE PLOT‘ (Review of Home Farm by Michael Allaby), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 1 October, pp. 8-9.

‘ASK A SILLY QUESTION’, ‘This week only TERRY PRATCHETT takes over the Inquiry Bureau financial desk and comes up with all the asnwers (all the questions too, come to that)’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 8 October, pp. 9.

‘IF IT’S BUMPY, IT WAS A BADGER’ (Some short book reviews), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 22 October, pp. 8-9.

‘DEAR OLD MUFFIN (COUGH • COUGH • COUGH) STILL PLAYING THE FOOL’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 5 November, pp. 8-9.

‘HOW TO GET YOUR GOAT WITH A GIDDY GOAT’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 12 November, p. 9.

‘A DOUBLE[T] A DOUBLET MY KINGDOM FOR A NICE CLEAN DOUBLET‘, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 19 November, pp. 8-9.

‘ALL TOGETHER NOW: YULE NEVER WALK ALONE, ETC, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 26 November, p. 10.

‘DON’T WANT TO GET MUGGED ON THE WAY HOME, DO YOU, SANTA?‘, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 10 December, p.10.

1978

‘ROLL OF HONOUR [ON SKATEBOARDING]’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 7 January, p. 10.

‘THERE’S A NO FOOL LIKE AN OLD FOOL FOUND IN AN ENGLISH QUEUE’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 14 January, p. 10.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 68-71, and in the the American edition, pp. 48-50.

‘I’M THE PLUMBER AND I’VE COME TO FIX YER BRAIN, MATE‘, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 21 January, p. 10.

‘DIY: THE SHORT CUT TO A BED OF NAILS’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 28 January, p. 10.

‘SNOW SNOW, THICK THICK SNOW’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 25 February, p. 10.

‘’ULLO, ’ULLO –– WHO’S PUT HIS FOOT IN IT, THEN?’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 25 March, p. 13.

‘WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAY . . . .‘ (Description of a trip to Benidorm and its hinterland, together with photo of the author), and ‘AND NOW, TO BE SERIOUS . . . .’ (the costs, etc of the trip), Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 25 March, p. 14.

‘AND MIND THE MONOLITHS’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 1 April, p. 10.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 71-73.
Reprinted, with revised introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 75-78, and in the American edition on pp. 54-56.

‘COO, THEY’VE GIVEN ME THE BIRD’ (Signed Terry Terryanovich Pratchett). Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 8 April, p. 10.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 72-74, and in the American edition on pp. 51-53.

‘THE WAGES OF SYN’, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 7 October, p. 10.

1979

‘THE SAGA OF RED TAPE AND YELLOW PERIL‘, Bath & West Evening Chronicle, 27 January, p. 10.

1980 – 1985

 

1980     )
              )  A time of nuclear energy and TP’s editorship of the S.W. edition of Power News
1986     )    for part of that time    [no copies yet seen]

1986

‘WHY GANDALF NEVER MARRIED’ (Speech given at Novacon 15, 1985), Xyster 11, ed. Dave Wood,  February 1986, pp. [3-7]
Republished in Ansible, 50, 1987. See http://www.ansible.co.uk/misc/tpspeech.html
Spanish: http://torredelarte.blogspot.com/2009/09/por-que-gandalf-no-se-caso-nunca-por.html
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 89-96, and in the American edition, on pp. 85-92.

1987

‘ALIEN CHRISTMAS‘ (Beccon ‘87 After-Dinner Speech), Ansible, August/September 1987.
Reprinted in Dave Langford (ed.), Wrath of the Fanglord, Rune Press for Minicon 33, April 1998, pp. 3-4.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 196-202, and in the American edition on pp. 189-94.

‘TWENTY PENCE WITH ENVELOPE AND SEASONAL GREETING’, Time Out (London), Xmas issue, 16-30 December 1987, pp. 24-26.
Reprinted in Richard Dalby (editor), Shivers for Christmas, Michael O’Mara Books, London, 1995, (1-85479-919-3); and St Martin’s Press, New York, 1996, (0-312-14731-7), pp. 204-212. UK large print: Ulverscroft Foundation/F.A.Thorpe, Anstey, Leicestershire, 1996 (0-7089-3656-3)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 45-51.
Reprinted, with revised introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 106-14, and in the American edition, on pp. 82-90.
Czech: ‘Dvacet centu s obálkou a vánoením přáním’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kanturek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 83-94.
German: ‘Zwanzig Pence – mit Umschlag und Weihnachtsgrüßen’, trs. Florian F. Marzin, in Frohes Fest! – 13 grausige Bescherungen, eds. Uwe Luserke and Wolfgang Jeschke, Heyne, 1989 (3-453-03900-9), pp. 176-86.
Also issued as a bi-directional edition in 1991 with a collection of 17 stories edited by Wolfgang Jeschke starting from the other end (3-453-05369-9)
German: ‘Zwanzig Pence mit Weihnachtsmotiv und Umschlag’, trs. Stefan Troßbach, in O du grausame Weihnachtszeit, Droemer Knaur, c.30,000 copies in November 1996 (3-426-60467-1) and 11/98 (3-426-71173-7)
German: ‘Zwanzig Pence mit Umschlag und Weihnachtsgruß’, in Der Ganze Wahnsinn: Storys, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München/Zürich: Piper, 2007 (978-3-492-70155-6), pp. 177-87.
Reprinted in Das Fest der Vampire, ed. Carsten Polzin, Piper, 11/08 (978-3-492-26678-9), pp. 110-19
Polish: ‘Karta swiateczna z koperta 20 pensów’, trs. Piotr W. Cholewa, Nowa Fantastyka, 12 (171) Grudzien [December]1996, pp. 11-16.

1988

[‘ON THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND. BY WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON’], in Horror: 100 Best Books, edited by Stephen Jones & Kim Newman, Xanadu, 1988,  pp. 72-73. ISBN 0-947761-37-3 (The limited signed edition does not have a separate ISBN in it, the editors’ signatures and number of the copy appearing on the title page, while the contributors’ appear on front and back free end-papers)
German: ‘Rezension’ in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 357-60.

‘INCUBUST’, The Drabble Project, eds. Rob Meades & David B.Wake, Beccon, 1 April 1988 (1-870824-12-1), p. 53. Limited to 1000 numbered copies (and a few out of series).
Reprinted in TWK, 14, Early 2000, p. 20.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, p. 57.
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 115-16., and in the American edition on pp. 91-92.
Reprinted in Now that’s what I call Music With Rocks In. Discworld Convention 2016 Souvenir Book, p.18.

Czech: ‘Inkubác’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kanturek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 273-274.
German: ‘Inkubust’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 258-59.

‘FINAL REWARD G.M. The Independent Fantasy Roleplaying Magazine (London), October 1988, pp.     74-76, 78.
Reprinted in Space Movies: II, ed. Peter Haining, Sutton, Surrey: Severn House, London, April 1996, (0-7278-4897-6), p. 231-245.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 59-69.
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 117-31, and in the American edition on pp. 93-106.
Czech: ‘Poslední odmĕna’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kanturek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 239-259.
German: ‘Die Letzte Belohnung’, trs. Irmhild Hübner, in Zauber Zeit (Hamburg), 17, June 1989 [or 7/89], pp. 14-17.Großes Lesebuch der klassischen Fantasy, trs. Irmhild Hübner, ed. Joachim Körber, Goldmann (Munich), November 1998 (or 4/99) (3-442-24818-3), pp. 367-381.
German: ‘Letzter Lohn’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 237-255.
Polish: ‘Ostateczna Nagroda’, trs. Dorota Malinowska, Nowa Fantastyka, 5 (176), May 1997, pp. 12-16.

SPHINX, from the unpublished novel, Pyramids (published 15 June 1989), pp. 223-28, with slight changes, Gaslight & Ghosts (eds. Stephen Jones & Jo Fletcher) London: The 1988 World Fantasy Convention in association with Robinson Publishing, October 1988, pp. 188-91.

WYRD SISTERS 
(Extract (pp.207-225) from novel published on 10 November, with specially written introductory material). Interzone 26, November/December 1988, pp. 11-17.

‘THE COMPUTER WHO WROTE TO SANTA CLAUS’, Western Daily Press, 24 December 1988, p.
Reprinted, with the subtitle ‘ . . . and put back the fun into giving out the presents’, Western Daily Press, 28 December 1992, p. 13.
The idea was later used in Hogfather (November 1996), featuring Death and Hex, (Gollancz, pp. 232-33, 236-37, 282; Corgi, pp. 364-66, 370-72, 441).
Reprinted in Western Daily Press, under the title ‘The Megabyte Drive to Believe in Santa Claus’, 24 December 1996, p. 13.
Reprinted in the Programme Book of the 1998 Discworld Convention, pp. 21-23.
Czech: ‘Santa Claus a pocitac s megabytovou vírou’, trs. Jan Kantůrek, in Cori Celesti, IV, 4, 1998, pp. 6-9.
German: ‘Die Weihnachtsfestplatte’, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, in  Schöne Bescherungen, eds. Erik Simon & Friedel Wahren, Heyne, November 2000 (01/13284, 3-453-18272-3), pp. 12-15.
Revised in 2001, and published in Sunday Telegraph on 23 December 2001, Review p. 2. The title should have been ‘FTB’, but it was editorially changed to ‘The computer who believed in Santa’.
Reprinted, as ‘FTB’, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 75-78
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 188-92, and in the American edition, on pp. 161-65.
Czech: ‘Vložte medvídka’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 211-216.
German: ‘Die Weihnachtsfestplatte’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 260-64.

1989

‘INTRODUCTION’ to Roy Lewis, The Evolution Man, London, Corgi, 1989, pp. 7-9.
later printings give it a subtitle, ‘Or, How I Ate My Father’.
Reprinted in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 177-79, and in the American edition on pp. 170-72.

‘THOUGHT PROGRESS’ (Diary of a day’s activity), 20/20, May 1989, p. 143.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 99-101.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 3-6.

‘ROOTS’, The Roots of Fantasy: Myth, Folklore & Archetype, ed. Shelley Dutton Berry, ‘The Book of World Fantasy Convention 1989’, 27-29 October, Seattle, WA, pp. 73-75.
Reprinted, with slight changes, under the title ‘The Roots of Fantasy’, and introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 93-96.
Reprinted, with a short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 97-102, and in the American edition on pp. 93-98.

‘TURNTABLES OF THE NIGHT’, Hidden Turnings, ed. Diana Wynne-Jones, Mammoth/Methuen (London), 1989 (0-416-11272-2),  Greenwillow Books (New York), 1990 (0-688-09163-6) pp. 167-178.
Published in paperback 1990 by Teens/Mandarin (0-7497-0279-6), pp. 169-80.
Reprinted in The Flying Sorcerers, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, 18 September 1997 (0-285-63388-0), pp. 14-22. Pbk: Orbit, 4/2/99 (1-85723-725-0), USA: Ace Books 11/98 (0-441-100577-2)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 199-207.
Reprinted, with revised introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 132-43, and in the American edition on pp. 107-118.
Czech: ‘Gramofony noci’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kanturek, Praha: Talpress, 2/04 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 219-235.
French: ‘Les platines de la nuit’, trs. Nathalie Labrousse, in Asphodale, 02, February 2003, pp. 114-24. Also contains an interview with TP, and related items.
German: ‘Scheibenwahn’ trs. Andreas Brandhorst, in Scheibenwahn, Heyne 05/99 (06/9037, 3-453-15602-1) pp. 18-31.
German: ‘Scheibenwahn’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 276-91.

‘INTRODUCTION‘ to The JOSH KIRBY Poster Book, As Inspired By Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Novels, Corgi, London, 39.8 x 29.4cm pbk, 25,500 copies on 10 November 1989, (0-552-99382-4), p. [4].

‘SANTA CLAUS’S CHAOS . . . WHEN HE BEHAVES JUST LIKE FATHER CHRISTMAS SHOULD IN A TOY SHOP’S GROTTO‘, Western Daily Press, 23 December 1989, p.
Reprinted, under the title ‘Old Saint Nicholas causes chaos in toy shop. Strange events in Santa’s grotto send shivers running through department store’, Western Daily Press, 23 December 1992, p. 13.

The idea was later used in Hogfather (November 1996).Gollancz, pp. 86-92, 96-98, 103-04, 112-15, 118, 124-26.

1990

‘HISTORY IN THE FAKING’, Evening Standard, Weekend Standard section, 2 February 1990, p. 21.

‘WHERE PARTICLE SHEEP SAFELY WAVE’ (Review of The Cartoon History of Time, by Kate Charlesworth and John Gribbin), New Scientist, 5 May 1990, p. 62.

‘APOCALYPSE NOW.  GOOD OMENS’ (Extract from Good Omens, which was published on 10 May), Time Out, 4-11 April 1990, pp. 24-27.

TERRY PRATCHETT’S WILD UNATTACHED FOOTNOTES TO LIFE: 1, 2, 3-5′  Space (at the) Bar. A Compute For Charity Magazine.Compiled by Octarine (Science Fiction & Fantasy Humour Appreciation Society), 1 July 1990 (Hull). For description of event, see http://www.ansible.co.uk/writing/sglodion.html#charity
Reprinted in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 313-15, and in the American edition, pp. 305-307.

‘HOLLYWOOD CHICKENS’, More Tales from the Forbidden Planet, ed. Roz Kaveney, Titan Books (London), August 1990 (ltd edn. 1-85286-330-7; hbk. -331-5, trade pbk, -332-3), pp. 1-9.
The limited edition is bound in the same style as the hbk, but has black instead of red end-papers and has a pocket on the inside back cover containing printed sheets signed by the contributors. Issued in a slipcase without dustjacket.
Reprinted in Knights of Madness, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press (London), 27 August 1998 (0-285-63450-X), pp. 16-22. Pbk: Orbit 03/2000 (1-85723-958-X)  USA: Ace Books
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 19-25.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 160-67, and in the American edition, pp. 134-41.
Czech: ‘Hollywoodská Kuřata’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 97-106.
German: ‘Hollywood-Hühner’ trs. Andreas Brandhorst, in Ritter des Wahnsinns, Heyne, November 1999 (06/9062, 3-453-16220-X), pp. 18-26.
German: ‘Hollywood-Hühner’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26/10/07 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 265-275.

#ifdefDEBUG + “WORLD/ENOUGH” + “TIME”, Digital Dreams, ed. David Barrett, New English Library (London), 1990 (0-450-53150-3), pp. 79-93.
Reprinted in Cyber-Killers, ed. Ric Alexander (pseud. of Peter Haining), London, Orion, 1997 (hkb 0-75280-783-8; pbk 0-75280-980-6), pp. 4-14. USA: Phoenix
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 149-59.
Reprinted, with revised introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 144-59, and in the American edition, pp. 119-33.
Czech: ‘#IfdefDEBUG + “vëechen/svÆt” + “¹as”’, in Ikarie, November 1998, pp. 3-9.
Czech: ‘#ifdefDEBUG + „WORLD/ENOUGH” + „TIME”’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 111-135.
German: trs. Andreas Brandhorst (with no change to English title), in Retter der Ewigkeit, eds. Erik Simon and Friedal Wahren, Heyne, December 2001 (3-453-19923-5). Cover illustration: a  specially commissioned picture by Josh Kirby.
German: ‘Cybertrip’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 151-71.
Hungarian: ‘Rendszerhiba az örök világossághoz’, trs. Sohár Anikó. in Galaktika, XXVIII. 208, pp. 34-43.
Polish:  ‘#IfdefDEBUG + “Istnienie/wystarcza” + “Czas”’, trs. Andrzej Kubik, Nowa Fantastyka, 4 (175), April 1997, pp. 3-11.

1991

THE BAR SIDE: Great moments in pre-history #2: first ever recorded conversation between proto-zz9 members’ [cartoon], Mostly Harmless, 39, January 1991, p. 5.

‘WHOSE FANTASY ARE YOU?’, Bookcase (W.H.Smith), 17 September 1991, p. 19.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 217-18.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 87-88, and in the American edition on pp. 83-84.

‘THE SECRET BOOK OF THE DEAD‘, (poem), Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse, eds. Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones, Dreamhaven Books (Minneapolis, MN), 1991 (limited signed edn: 0-9630944-0-8; trade edn: -1-6), pp. 29-30. 300 copies in Lexohyde bonded leather were signed by the contributors, 250 numbered, for sale, 50 lettered and given to the contributors, and 1000 unsigned copies bound in Skivertex. Trade pbk: 0-9630944-4-0, June 1994
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 253-54.
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 168-69, and in the American edition on pp. 142-43.

1992

‘TROLL BRIDGE’, After the King, Stories in Honour of J.R.R.Tolkien, ed. Martin H.Greenberg, London, Sydney & Auckland: Macmillian (0-330-32027-0), 10 January 1992, pp. 46-56, pbk Pan (0-330-32650-3) 4 December 1992,  and New York: Tor (0-312-85175-8), 1/92, pp. 34-43; pbk Tor (0-81251-443-2)
Reissued trade pbk: Tor, 2 October 2012 (978-0-7653-3452-7)
Book proof: UK Pan – red paper wrappers & and proof dustjacket.
USA: in the Tor advance uncorrected bound proof ‘Troll Bridge’ starts on p.96,  although on the contents page it is shown as starting on p. 34. Obviously the order of the stories was changed after the book was typeset, and the Contents page revised before the text was corrected.
 Finnish: ‘Peikkosilta’ trs. Sofia Lod, in Legolas Fantasialehti, #51, 2013, pp.11-20.
French: ‘Le Pont du Troll’ in L’adieu au Roi, trs. E.C.L. Meistermann, Pocket, November 1992 (2-266-07456-3), pp. 199-211.
This book was divided into three paperbacks by Pocket, Terry’s story appearing in the first volume.
Also published in
Oxford Book of Fantasy Stories, OUP, 1994 (0-19-214216-X), pp. 480-488. Pbk: 1995 (0-19-282398-1)
The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy, ed. Mike Ashley, London: Robinson (1-85487-530-2) and New York: Carroll & Graf, 1998 (0-7867-0533-7) both pbks.
Book club edition: Doubleday (ref. 17365) [on title verso, ISBN given is 1-56865-738-2, but cover has above ref.] All editions use the cover illustration by Julek Heller
My Favorite Fantasy Story, ed. Martin H.Greenberg, New York: Daw, 8/2000 (0-88677-905-7), pp. 57-66. Chosen by Michelle West. (As his favourite, Terry chose L. Sprague de Camp’s ‘The Gnarly Man’, for the collection, on p.98).
Journey through Humour, ed. Richard Baines, Oxford: OUP, 2003 (0-19-551669-9) pp. 128-38.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry &  Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 227-35.
Reprinted, with slightly revised introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 199-211.
Croatian: Monolith
Czech: ‘Trolí Most’ in Základna, 7, 1995, pp. 46-52, and in Cori Celesti, 1/1996, pp. 6-12. Translated by Karel Makovsky and Mirka Misaková.
Czech: ‘Trollí Most’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 139-155.
French: Apart from appearing in L’adieu au Roi, also translated as Drame de troll by Patrick Couton and published by L’Atalante in May 2000 as a free booklet in an edition of 9,000 copies as a publicity gift to booksellers in France (2-84172-139-6). The cover illustration was signed ‘Jess Tourby’ (the name, a pseudonym, and painting style were a homage to Josh Kirby).
German: ‘Troll Dich’, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, in Das Grosse Lesebuch der Fantasy, ed. Melissa Andersson, Goldmann, 1995 (3-442-24665-2), pp. 8-21.
‘Die Trollbrücke’, trs. Stefan Bauer, in Die Erbende Rings, Bastei-Lübbe, 1996 (3-404-13803-1); also in Drachen Nächte, ed. Roman Sander: München: Deutscher Taschenbuch, April 2005 (3-423-20787-6), pp. 21-35.
German: ‘Troll dich’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 13-27.
Hungarian: ‘A troll hídja’ with biographical note, trs. Ádám Sárpátki, in Pofon Antológia, ed. Zsuzsa Hetényi, Budapest: Dolce Filologia, 2012, pp. 151-162.
Polish: ‘Trollowy most’, trs. Piotr W.Cholewa, Nowa Fantastyka, 11 (170) Listopad [November] 1996, pp.12-16.

‘A PROSPECT OF WALES AND A VISION OF PANT-Y-GIRDLE. Terry Pratchett tells Nicholas Rowe of his view from Winscombe in Avon’, The Independent, 13 June 1992

‘JOINT ACCOUNT’, JNR Bookcase (W.H.Smith), heatwave edition, ?. 1992 pp. 12-13.

ELVES WERE BASTARDS‘, Hillcon III souvenir booklet, Beneluxcon 18, November, pp. ? [not seen]
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 177-79.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 103-06, and in the American edition, on pp. 99-102.

JUDGEMENT DAY FOR SANTA CLAUS‘, Western Daily Press, Christmas TV Extra, 24 December 1992, p. 1.

 

1993

‘LET THERE BE DRAGONS’ (Speech given at the Booksellers Association Conference dinner in April 1993, at which he was Guest of Honour),  The Bookseller, 11 June 1993, pp. 60, 62.
Reprinted in Science Fiction Chronicle, XV, 1, October 1993 , pp. 5, 28-29.
Reprinted in Books for Keeps, November 1993, pp. 4-6.
Reprinted in Only Connect, edited by Sheila Egoff, G.T.Stubbs and L.F.Ashley, Oxford University Press, Canada, 1996, (0-19-541024-6), pp. 201-205.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 143-47.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 107-13, and in the American edition, on pp. 103-109.
Extract translated into French by Alain Névant and published in Ozone, Numero Hors-Série, 3ème trimestre [July] 1997, pp. 11-13.
German: ‘Lass Drachen sein’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26/10/07 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 95-103.

‘HIGH TECH, WHY TECH?’ The Electronic Author (supplement to The Author), Summer 1993, p. 2.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 89-91.

‘PALMTOP’,  The Independent, 9 July 1993,
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 7-11, and in the American edition, on pp. 7-10.

[‘MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD’], Dreams and Doorways: Turning points in the early lives of famous people, ed. Monica Porter, Pan Macmillan Childrens Books, London, 1993, 0-330-32634-1 pbk, pp. 7-12.

THEATRE OF CRUELTY’, Bookcase 45 (W.H.Smith), July/August 1993, pp. 10-11.
A slightly enlarged version (the word limit given him by WHS had not been sufficient for him to write it as he had wished), was printed in the program book of  OryCon 15 (12-14 November 1993), and a third (and final) version, with some slight revisions, appeared in The Wizards of Odd, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, London, March 1996, pp. 16-19. Pbk: Orbit, 1997 (1-85723-635-1); USA: Legend, 1997 (0-09-17442-1)
German: Gefährliche Possen, Heyne 1998 (3-453-13343-9)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 79-82.
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 212-17.
Translated into Czech by Jan Kantúrek, published under the title ‘Divadlo Krutosti’ in Cori Celesti, 3/1995, pp. 21-24.
For numerous translations into other languages on the net (all approved under Terry’s general permission to fans), see  http://www.co.uk.lspace.org/books/toc/
and made generally available on the Net, with TP’s agreement (so far 30+ languages). The text can be found via www.co.uk.lspace.org/books/index.html, together with translations in Afrikaans, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, Orangutan, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Scots Gaelic, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Welsh.
As many of the translated titles are at present impossible for me to transcribe in their original languages, I am merely listing the languages and the translations can be found online
The English text contains the following explanation:
This online version of the story is made available on the Net by kind indulgence of the author, who reserves all reproduction and other rights to the story. In his own words: “I don’t want to see it in distributed print anywhere without my permission, but don’t mind people downloading it for their own enjoyment.”

Translated into Czech by Jan Kantúrek, published under the title ‘Divadlo Krutosti’  in Cori Celesti, 3/1995, pp. 21-24.
Further revised and printed in The Wizards of Odd, ed. Peter Haining, Souvenir Press (0-285-63308-2), 14 March 1996, pp.16-19; Pbk: Orbit/Legend (0-09-917422-1), September 1997, USA: Ace Books (0-441-00487-3), November 1997, pp. 4-8.
German: ‘Gefährliche Possen’ trs. Andreas Brandhorst in Gefàhrliche Possen, Heyne, October 1997 (06/5909, 3-453-154??-?) 3-453-13343-9, pp. 18-22.
German: ‘Theater der Grausamkeit’ trs. Jens Kleine, in Ankh-Morpork Times ‘Die  Zeitung des Deutschsprachigen Terry Pratchett Fanclubs’, 2 August 2001, pp. 26-28.
Czech: Zysk/ I S-ka/Talpress, December 1997.
Czech: ‘Divadlo krutosti’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 263-269.
German: ‘Gefährliche Possen’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 87-94.

‘KEVINS’, The Author, Winter 1993, pp. 132-33.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 77-77, and in the American edition, on pp.  70-74.

1994

[INTRODUCTION] (Dated January 1994), Booklet accompanying CD and card accompanying cassette of Dave Greenslade’s musical composition Terry Pratchett’s From the Discworld, Virgin, 4 April 1994.
Supporting quote on subscription page of Locus first appeared in May 1994 issue.

‘MY BEST TEACHER. THIRD TIME LUCKY.’ TP talks to Susan Thomas, Times Educational Supplement, 16 September 1994, TES2 p. 32.

1995

‘FOREWORD’, Discworld Instruction Manual, Sony/Psygnosis, 17 March 1995, p. 1.

‘ “I’M NOT SURE WHAT THE WORD ‘NERD’ MEANS”. Bill Gates talks to Terry Pratchett about the future, the Microsoft revolution and how to become a millionaire’. TP asks the questions, GQ, July 1995, pp. 21-22, 24.

‘ONCE AND FUTURE’, Camelot, ed. Jane Yolen, illus. Winslow Pels, Philomel Books (New York), 12 September 1995, pp. 41-60.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 261-73.
Reprinted, with the same introductory note, with an addition, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 170-187, and in the American edition, on pp. 144-60.
Czech: trs. Jan Kantůrek, Cori Celesti,
Czech: ‘Bylo nebylo… a bude?’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 181-207.
German: ‘Einst und Immerdar’, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, in Marion Zimmer Bradleys Jenseits von Avalon, eds. Melissa Andersson & Jennifer Robertson, Droemer Knaur Verlag (Munich), 1 September 1999 (3-426-66059-8), pp. 230-49.  Also Bertelsmann (ref. 02092 5)
German: ‘Einst und immerdar’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 292-313.

MY LAST GOOD READ‘, You – Mail on Sunday Magazine, 24 December 1995, p. 18.

1996

‘SHEER DELIGHT’ (Letter – a tribute to Bob Shaw), SFX Magazine, 1 April 1996, p. 31.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, p. 185.

[ON FORTY GREEN, NEAR PENN], Playground Memories, edited by Nick Gammage, 14 October 1996, pp. 63-64.
First appeared in Limited Edition (High Wycombe), October 1996, p. 7; Times Educational Supplement and elsewhere. Intended as simultaneous publication, but not possible.
Reprinted, under the title ‘Roundhead Wood, Forty Green’ with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 161-62, and in the American edition, on pp. 155-56.

[ON WRITING], The Faces of Fantasy, photographs by Patti Perret, New York: TOR – A Tom Doherty Associates Book, October 1996, p. 126 (photograph on p. 127).
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 237-38.

‘FOREWORD’, Discworld II, Missing Presumed . . . !?, Instruction Manual, Psygnosis, 30 October 1996, p. 3.

‘MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTION’. Interview with Alex Scott, The Express, 31 December 1996, p. 11.

1997

‘MY FAVOURITE BOOK’ My Favourite Book, Celebrities’ Childhood Choice, compiled by William Watt, Glasgow City Libraries and Archives, 26 February 1997, pp. 54-55.
Published to coincide with the first Glasgow Book Festival for the Yorkhill Sick Children’s Fund. ISBN 0-906169-49-6

‘MY KIND OF DAY’. TP talking to David Gillard, Radio Times, 10-16 May 1997, p. 138.

[ON EXCELLENCE IN SCHOOLS], Education: What It Means to You, Department for Education and Employment, London 1997, p.6.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 243-44, and in the American edition, on pp. 235-36.

‘THE MEANING OF MY CHRISTMAS’, Western Daily Press), 24 December 1997, p. 6.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 193-95, and in the American edition, on pp. 186-88.

1998

‘ABOUT THE AUTHOR’ The Arts of Falconrie and Hawking, A Begginners Guide, Hodgesaargh (David Hodges) and Terry Pratchett
‘Published by the Great Dyskworld Publishing Company, Treacle Mine Road, Ankh-Morpork’, p. 3. 500 copies on 8 August 1998. 500 copies reprinted on 4 March 1999.
A footnote on the title page states, ‘Terry Pratchett wrote “About the Author”.’
This work has been described as ‘a monument to the Ankh-Morpork publishing industry’s traditional hate relationship with dictionaries’.
Although described as reprint, it was redesigned to allow for the insertion of illustrations by Paul Kidby, and ‘Catskind’ (Désirée Wörner), and published in an edition of 500 copies on 9 August 2002. ‘About the Author’ now appears on p.6.
Translations of the booklet were issued by the author in editions of one or two, signed by Pratchett, but not by Hodges. The first was, I believe, in Polish, O polowaniu z Sokołem czyli poradnik sokolnictwa dla początkujących, trs. Maciej Czerwinski, in 1999. Other editions exist in German (not seen), Spanish (El Arte de la Cetrería y la Halconéra, trs. Manuel Viciano Delibano), Orangutan (not seen), Romanian (unable to transcribe, trs. Daniel Badea, 2001), Bulgarian (unable to transcribe, trs. Maria Simeonova), Morse code (not seen), and a Leonard of Quirm backwards edition. Only one copy of each is printed and sold each year, by auction. This is unlikely to be a complete list.

‘FOREWORD’, The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fantasy. The Definitive Illustrated Guide, General Editor, David Pringle, Carlton Books, London 1998, (1-85868-373-4), p. 6. Updated edition: 5May 2008 (978-1-84732-073-5) Woodstock NY: Overlook Press, 1999 (0-879951-937-1)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 175-76.

‘MAGICAL WORLDS’ (article), Royal Mail mint stamps, pack no.289, first day of issue 21 July 1998
First day cover envelopes contained a card that had only the first paragraphs of the essay.

TERRY ON TOUR‘ Diary of Australian tour, SFX 39, June, pp. 64-68.  With Kidby poster of Rincewind in XXXX
Reprinted, with introductory note, under the title ‘No Worries’ in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 219-26
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 32-42, and in the American edition, on pp. 30-40.

‘THE SEA AND LITTLE FISHES’ Legends, Masters of Fantasy, ed. Robert Silverberg.
USA hbk: Tor Fantasy/Tom Doherty Associates, New York (0-312-86787-5), ltd edn bound in full dark green leather, 250 numbered or lettered copies signed by editor and authors  (0-312-86863-4), October 1998, pp. 99-138. (There was also an ARC [advance reading copy])

Each story in the Tor edition is illustrated, Terry’s having two by Paul Kidby, of Granny Weatherwax and of an owl.
The limited edition has an extra page inserted immediately after the free front end-paper, which has been signed by the editor and authors over their printed names with, at the foot of the page, the limitation notice ‘This signed first edition of Legends is published in an edition of 250 copies, of which 200 copies have been released to the trade, and 50 lettered copies are reserved to the authors and publisher.’ followed by the  number or letters of the copy over the quantity. e.g. 95/200, or A[-Z]/50, or AA [-XX]/50. Copies were allocated to bookshops by lottery.
*Copy P was sent by Tor to Terry in October 1998 but it never reached him. Anyone who comes across this copy should be aware that whoever has it at present is almost certainly not the legal owner…
SF Book Club: ?May 1999 (ref.00740)
Pbk: vol.3 of 3 vol. set, now subtitled’ Short Novels by the Masters of Modern Fantasy’,  Tor/Tom Doherty Associates, February 1999 (0-812-56664-5), pp. 357-424.
Pbk: Tor Fantasy/Tom Doherty Associates, New York, 2005 (0-765-30035-4)
Although this title has this ISBN on the back cover, the contents have the original ISBNs and this would appear to indicate a quantity of sheets of the 1998 edition bound up later.

UK hbk: HarperCollins, London (0-00-225666-5), 5 October 1998, and trade pbk (printed in Australia for that market, 0-00-225667-3) pp. 63-97.
HarperCollins issued a pre-publication publicity sampler containing two stories from the collection, Terry’s contribution and Raymond E.Feist’s ‘The Wood Boy’. Each, with its appropriate cover design, is inverted in relation to the other. 1000 copies were produced, of which 200 were signed on the respective title page by the author. Advance dustjackets for this edition had a Josh Kirby picture illustrating a passage from ‘The Sea and Little Fishes’ that was removed from the published version. In order to speed production, HarperCollins had given an early text of the story to Josh Kirby but had not warned him of the revision. This picture was then published on the front cover of the 1998 Discworld Convention Programme Book on which it appeared the correct way round, HarperCollins’ design department having used it in reverse.
Pbk: HarperCollins, October 1999 (0-00-648394-1) The stories were divided into two for the mass-market paperback edition, this volume containing five stories, the first being ‘The Sea and Little Fishes’, pp. 7-49. The others in this volume are those by Anne McCaffrey, George R. R.Martin, Tad Williams, and Robert Jordan. There was a ‘Special overseas edition’ for the Australian market, followed by ‘This paperback edition’ for the UK, both having the same ISBN, and being treated as first printings. Apart from the slight changes on the title verso, namely the extra line of printing history, and the addition of the printers’ details, the volumes are identical. The front cover has the same Kirby design as on the back cover of the original hardback, while the back cover has a detail from Kirby’s first picture.
Brazilian: [no details received]
Bulgarian: Bard [no details received]
Czech: ‘Zemeplocha: More a malé rybky’, in Legendy, trs. Jan Kantůrek, BETA-Pavel Dobrovsky / Jirí Sevcik, 1999 (80-86029-83-2/80-86029-83-2), pp. 21-69.
Dutch: ‘De zee en kleine vissen’ in Lergenden, trs. Erica van Rijsewijk, Luitingh-Sijthoff, 1999 (90-245-0582-8) pp. 90-127
French: ‘La mer et les petits poissons’ in Legendes, trs. Patrick Marcel, J’ai lu, April 1999 (2-277-25043-0); Mass market pbk: J’Ai lu, March 2001 (2-290-30298-8), pp. 107-157.
German: ‘Das Meer und kleine Fische’, trs.Joachim Körber, in Der siebte Schrein, Heyne, 1999 (3-453-15299-9) pp. 103-149
Hebrew: Opus, 2000 (348-424)
Hungarian: ‘A tenger és a kis halak’, trs. Anikó Sohár in Legends/Legendák
Italian: Sperling & Kupfer
Japanese: [Umi ha Kozakana de Ippaida], in [Densetsu ha Eienni], trs. Satoru Yaguchi, Hayakawa Shobo, 1 November 2000 (4-15020281-8)
Polish: ‘Rybki Małe ze wszystkich Mórz’, trs. Piotr W.Cholewa, in Legendy, Rebis, 1999 (83-7120-822-7) pp. 95-135. Reissued, with Legendy 2, in 2004 or 2005, Rebis. (83-7301-501-9)
Russian:  ‘More i rnyibki’, trs. E. Aleksandrova, in Legendy, ACT, 1999 (5-237-03400-4) pp. 84-127.
Spanish: Plaza & Janés
Swiss/German: Toymania
Further appearances:-
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 103-37.
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 218-67, and in the American edition, on pp. 189-235.
Czech: ‘Moře a male rybky’, in Divadlo Krutosti, trs. Jan Kantůrek, Praha: Talpress, February 2004 (80-7197-205-3), pp. 9-80.
Dutch: ‘De zee en de kleine visjes’, trs. Erica van Rijsewijk. in In de Geest van Tolkien, Uitgeverij M/De Boekerij, March 2003 (90-225-3508-8; NUR 334) pp. 238-284.
German: ‘Das Meer und kleine Fische’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 28-86.

‘PLUNDER WOMAN’, (Only the questions were by TP), (‘Interview’ with ‘Lara Croft’ of Tomb Raider), The Express, Weekend: Arts, 7 November 1998, p. 51.

1999

‘FOREWORD’, Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable, Millennium Edition, revised by Adrian Room, Cassell, London, 1999, (0-304-35096-6), p. vii. HarperResource, New York, (0-06-019653-X)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 161-62.
Reprinted, under the title ‘Brewer’s Boy’ with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 17-19, and in the American edition, on pp. 16-17.
See also 2005 edition of Brewer.

‘AN APPRECIATION OF SHARPE’ Bernard Cornwell, Sharpe’s Trafalgar, Scorpion Press, Blakeney, Glos. 1999, (1-873567-46-4), pp. [vi-viii].
Limited edition, bound in quarter artificial leather and marbled paper-covered boards, 99 numbered copies signed by the author. ‘A further 15 lettered de luxe copies, signed by the author and Terry Pratchett, were produced for private     distribution.’ These were bound in quarter real goatskin with raised bands on spine.

‘FANTASY KINGDOM‘, Terry Pratchett, master of the genre, welcomes another spinner of magic to the world British writers have made their own’, The Sunday Times New Review, 4 July 1999, p. 4.
Reprinted, with introductory note, under correct title, ‘Magic Kingdoms’, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 255-59.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 114-19, and in the American edition, on pp. 110-15.

LORD OF THE RINGS’, The Sunday Times, Culture Section, 8 August 1999, p. 8.
A review in their Millennium Masterworks series.
German: ‘Herr der Ringe’, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 214-16.

‘WYRD IDEAS’. Having a fanclub in cyberspace is flattering, but caution is needed’, The Author,  CX, 3, Autumn 1999, pp. 102-103.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 78-82, and in the American edition, on pp.  75-78.

I ONLY READ THE BRODIE’S NOTES, Later, December 1999, p. 169.
‘The baffling ordeal of English Literature lessons revisited. This Month: Terry Pratchett remembers Mansfield Park.’

2000

[THE ORANGUTANS ARE DYING.] SORRY SON, THE HUMANS NEED ALL OUR TREES‘, The Mail on Sunday Review, 20 February 2000, p. 63.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 187-90.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 245-49, and in the American edition, on pp. .

[INTRODUCTION TO ‘THE GNARLY MAN’ BY L. SPRAGUE DE CAMP], My Favorite Fantasy Story, ed. Martin H.Greenberg, New York: Daw, August 2000  (0-88677-905-7) p. 98. (Another invitee, Michelle West, chose ‘Troll Bridge’ as her favourite.)

‘THE CHOICE WORD’, The Word, September [I have not yet seen this]
TP’s choice word was ‘Susurration’ for the competition launched by London’s ‘The Word Festival’.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 12-13, and in the American edition, on pp. 11-12.

‘[ON HIS RELIGIOUS BELIEFS – HUMANISM]’, Living Without God,  CD-Rom,  (1-902540-06-9) copyright 1998, 2000.  6½ minute audiovisual contribution
The Beliefs and Visions of People Who Live without God, I-Seek/British Humanist Association   phone: 020 7430 0908

‘IMAGINARY WORLDS, REAL STORIES‘, Folklore, Folklore Society, 111, 1 October 2000, pp. 159-168.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 239-51. – except that in this case TP’s two footnotes were omitted, perhaps because one was too graphic for American tastes.
German: ‘Imaginäre Welten, echte Geschichten’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 113-33.

2001: THE VISION AND THE REALITY‘, The Sunday Times, 24 December 2000, p. 5:17.
‘Terry Pratchett, Britain’s bestselling novelist, contrasts the future forecast in  Kubrick’s film 2001: A Space Odyssey with life as it has actually turned out.’
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 85-88.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 203-08, and in the American edition, on pp. 195-200.
German: ‘2001: Vision und Realität’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 323-30.

2001

‘INTRODUCTION’ to David Langford, The Leaky Establishment, Big Engine, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, January 2001, (1-903468-00-0), pp. [vii-viii].
USA: Cosmos Books (Wildside Press), PA, 1 July 2003  (1-59224125-5)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 139-41.
Reprinted, with the introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 189-92, and in the American edition, on pp. 182-85.

‘AUTHOR PAYS TRIBUTE TO FORMER BFP EDITOR ARTHUR [CHURCH]‘, Bucks Free Press, 16 February 2001, p. 1.

‘AFTER HOURS. MY CULTURAL LIFE: TERRY PRATCHETT’, Play (supplement to The Times), 7-13 July 2001, pp. 4-5.
TP was talking to Ed Potton.

‘IT KEEPS MY HEAD TOGETHER’, The Sunday Telegraph Review, 8 July 2001, p. 4.
‘When his trademark black hat was abducted by students, the author Terry Pratchett was desperate to get it back. Would it be chained to a radiator or sent back to him in little pieces?’
Reprinted, with introductory note, under the title ‘A Word about Hats’, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 275-77.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 152-55, and in the American edition, on pp. 147-50.
German: ‘Ein Wort über Hüte’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 365-69.

‘CULT CLASSIC’, in Karen Haber (ed.) Meditations on Middle Earth, Byron Preiss/St Martin’s Press, New York, November 2001 (0-312-27536-6), pp. 78-80, 82-83. Pbk: St Martin’s Griffin, October 2002 (0-312-30290-8) and available for download to Adobe and Microsoft readers
UK pbk: Earthlight [Simon & Schuster], 7 May 2002 (0-7432-3100-7)
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 209-13.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 120-26, and in the American edition, on pp. 116-22.

2002

‘NEIL GAIMAN. AMAZING MASTER CONJURER’ Boskone 39, program book & schedule, 15-17 February 2002, p. 3.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 171-74.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 127-31, and in the American edition, on pp.  123-27.
German: ‘Neil Gaiman: ein erstaunlicher Zauberkünstler’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 199-206.

‘A WORD FROM TERRY PRATCHETT [ABOUT TRUCKERS]’, Programme for Bob Eaton’s adaptation of Truckers¸ p. 4.
Produced at Harrogate Theatre, 11-25 March 2002; Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, 3-20 April; Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, 23-27 April; Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, 8-11 May 2002; Civic Theatre Darlington, 14-18 May; Hawth Theatre, Crawley, 22-25 May, Castle Theatre Wellingborough, 28 May-June 1; Lyseum Theatre, Sheffield, 5-8 June, Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, 11-15 June, Greenwich Theatre, London, 18-22 June; Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, 25-29 June 2002.
Reprinted, with introductory note, under the title ‘The Big Store’, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 43-44.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 159-60, and in the American edition, on pp. 153-54.
German: ‘Das große Kaufhaus’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 207-09.

‘FOREWORD’ to Jane Dorner, Creative Web Writing, A&C Black, London, 30 August 2002, (0-7136-5854-1), p. v.

MEDICAL NOTES‘, Discworld Convention [16-19 August] 2002, nac mac Programme Book, pp. 16-17.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 271-75, and in the American edition, on pp. 239-43.

‘NIGHT WATCH’, Discworld Convention [16-19 August] 2002, nac mac Programme Book, pp. 34-35.
Extract  – pp. 40-43 – from the novel of that name to be published on 7 November 2002.

‘ABOUT THUD‘, A short ‘story’ concerning the creation of this truly unique Discworld game between trolls and dwarves. Also issued as a broadsheet and included in the game.
Reprinted, as ‘Thud – A Historical Perspective’, with introductory note, in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 163-65. (on Contents page as ‘The Story of Thud’).
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 276-80, and in the American edition, on pp. 242-48.
German: ‘Klonk – eine historische Perspektive’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 141-145.

2003

‘WHEN WE WERE 10. TERRY PRATCHETT WAS INSPIRED BY THE JUST WILLIAM BOOKS’, The Daily Telegraph, arts+books, 4 October 2003, p. 9.

‘AS ONE BOOK CLOSES, ANOTHER OPENS’. Terry Pratchett banishes his post-novel blues by starting another project’, The Guardian, 6/12/03
Reprinted, with introductory note, as ‘Paperback Writer’ in Once More* *with footnotes, eds. Sheila Perry & Priscilla Olson, NEFSA Press, 2004, pp. 53-55.
Reprinted, with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 21-23, and in the American edition, on pp. 18-21.

2004

‘WRITER’S CHOICE. TERRY PRATCHETT’, The creator of the Discworld novels reveals some of his favourite reading and the books that have influenced his own writing, [Waterstones’] Books Quarterly, 12, 2004, p. 98.
Reprinted in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 174-76, and in the American edition, on pp. 168-69

‘HOW I SEE IT’, We asked a range of authors what they think of their book covers. Do they care how their novels look? The answer is an emphatic yes, +books/arts.telegraph.co.uk, in The Daily Telegraph, 24 July, 2004, TP’s contribution is on p. 2.

‘I BLEED FOR EVERY WORD’, Sci-fi luminary Terry Pratchett is astonished by a musical adaptation of one of his children’s books, as Alistair Kennedy discovers. Fest. Edinburgh Festivals Uncovered, 11 August 2004, p. 5.

‘NO REALLY, IT WAS WONDERFUL‘, A musical version of Only You Can Save Mankind has the author Terry Pratchett singing in the shower, The Sunday Times, Ecosse 10: Festival, 15 August 2004, p. VI.
This appeared only in the Scottish edition.

A WORD FROM TERRY ON BEING TWENTY-ONE’, Discworld Convention 2004 Programme Book, 20-23 August 2004, pp. 4-5.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, under the title ‘Discworld Turns 21’, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 68-72, and in the American edition, on pp. 65-79.

‘DEATH AND WHAT COMES NEXT‘,  Ankh-Morpork Times, 5, August 2004, pp.18-19, followed by a German translation pp. 20-21, and in Once More*  *with footnotes, Framingham MA: NESFA Press, 9/04 (1-886778-67-4) pp. 167-69.
Originally written for online game ‘Time Hunt’ (Wellspring Interactive) in 2002.
Reprinted, with same introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 284-87, and in the American edition, on pp. 252-55.
Reprinted in Leigh Ronald Grossman (ed.) Sense of Wonder. A Century of Science Fiction, Rockville MD: Wildside Press, 2011, p. 793.  (978-1-4344-3079-3)
German: ‘Tod und was als Näachstes kommt’ with introductory note from Once More, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 134-40.
For numerous translations into other languages on L-Space (all approved under Terry’s permission to that site), see http://www.co.uk.lspace.org/books/dawcn/
Hungarian: ‘A Halál, és ami utána következik’ with biographical note, trs. Ádám Sárpátki, in Pofon Antológia, ed. Zsuzsa Hetényi, Budapest: Dolce Filologia, 2012, pp. 163-66.

‘TALES OF WONDER AND PORN‘, Noreascon 4 Program Book, [The 62nd World Science Fiction Convention], Boston, MA, 2-6 September 2004, pp. 20-21.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 167-71, and in the American edition, on pp. 161-65.

‘[ON TP’s PATERNAL GRANDMOTHER]‘, “False teeth and a smoking mermaid”, Famous people reveal the strange and beautiful truth about themselves and their grandparents, Age Concern, 17,000 copies on 23 September 2004, p. [85].
Reprinted, under the title ‘On Granny Pratchett’, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 165-66, and in the American edition, on pp. 159-60.

‘GOING POSTAL’, Discworld Convention [20-23 August] 2004 Programme Book, pp. 24-26.
The opening section of the as-yet unpublished novel.

‘INTERVIEW WITH TERRY PRATCHETT.‘ By Joseph McCabe, Hanging Out with the Dream King. Conversations with Neil Gaiman and His Collaborators, ed. Joseph McCabe, Fantagraphic Books (Seattle WA), 1 December 2004 (978-1-56097-617-9), pp. 267-72. Published in pbk and as de luxe hbk, 1100 copies with stuck in panel signed by NG, both with the same ISBN.
Published in Spanish (2006)
Interview first published in Weird Tales, #335, March/April 2004 [not seen]

2005

‘THE THRUPPNY DREADFUL (THE ZOMBIE STAMP)’, The Stanley Howler Stamp Journal, 2, April 2005, p. [11].

[FANTASY’S DARKEST ARTS MAKE FOR A BESTSELLER]‘ (letter), The Sunday Times, 31 July 2005.

‘FOREWORD’, The Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook 2006, A. &. C. Black, published 5 August 2005, pp. x-xi.
Reprinted, under the title ‘How to be a Professional Boxer’ with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 14-19, and in the American edition, on pp. 13-15.

‘FOREWORD’, Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable, Seventeenth Edition, revised by John Ayto, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 2005 [or 25/7/06- according to Amazon], (0-304-35783-9), pp. vii-viii.
Not the same Foreword as that written for the Millennium Edition.

PIECES OF ME‘, ‘Each week we invite a prominent figure to look back at their life through the objects that matter most to them. This week we hear from writer Terry Pratchett, whose latest book, Thud!, is published by Doubleday…’  G2, Guardian, 12 October 2005, pp. 4-5.

ODE TO MULTIPLE UNIVERSES‘  The Times, 14 January 2005, with other ‘Odes to Einstein’.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article1921388.ece
Reprinted in Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct/Nov, p. 126.

Reprinted in Bovington Middle School, School of Poetry, 2011, p. 75.

‘A COLLEGIATE CASTING-OUT OF DEVILISH DEVICES”. Wizards at Terry Pratchett’s Unseen University can fight black magic, but can they withstand the grey array of targets, inspections and research assessments? The Times Higher Education Supplement, 13 May, pp. 16-17.
A slightly shorter version printed, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 288-94, and in the American edition, on pp. 256-262.
The version with the longer ending appeared in the pbk. I had assumed that the text I had was the final version, but Terry had added to it before publication by the THES.
German: ‘Eine akademische Austreibung teuflischer Apparate’, in Die Ganze Wahnsinn, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, München: Piper Verlag, 26 October 2007 (978-2-492-70155-6), pp. 104-12.
Polish (the longer version): [not seen]

2006

‘PARADISE STREET REGAINED’, Radio Times, 14-20 January 2006, pp. 22-23.

‘IT’S A CAT’S LIFE‘, Author and self-confessed cat lover Terry Pratchett shares some tales from his feline-friendly home. TP talking to Jill Eckersley, Your Cat, February 2006, p. 7.

TERRY PRATCHETT. Born 1946 [sic] Beaconsfield, England. Interview in The Wand in the Word, comp/ed. by Leonard S. Marcus, Cambridge, MA, Candlewick Press, 14 February 2006, pp. 153-165.

[AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOTE AND] ON GOING POSTAL, [In list of 2006 Nebula Award Nominees], The Bulletin of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Spring 2006, 169, p.24.

‘NOTES FROM A SUCCESSFUL FANTASY AUTHOR’, Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook 2007, A. &. C. Black, London, 24 July 2006, pp. 231-22. Reprinted in the 2008 edition 1 August 2007, pp. 233-34, the 2009 edition, 30 June 2008, pp. 230-31, the 2010 edition, 1 July 2009, pp. 236-37, the 2011 edition, July 2010, pp. 249-50, the 2012 edition, pp. 251-52, etc. The final edition in which it appeared was that for 2015, pp. 299-300.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, with title extended by addition of ‘Keep It Real’, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 83-86, and in the American edition, on pp. 79-82.

‘WINTERSMITH’, Discworld Convention [18-20 August] 2006 Programme Book, pp. 23-25. An extract from the as-yet unpublished novel.

TERRY PRATCHETT. NOREASCON 4. The 62nd World Science Fiction Convention’, Worldcon Guest of Honor Speeches, eds. Mike Resnick & Joe Siclari, ISFiC Press, Deerfield, IL, 23 August 2006, pp. 282-295.

‘A QUICK CHAT WITH TERRY PRATCHETT‘, BBC Focus, 167, September, p. 48 [with facing full page photograph]

‘EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF‘, in The Unseen University Cut-out Book, Terry Pratchett, Alan Batley & Bernard Pearson, Doubleday, 2 October 2006 (10: 0-385-60944-2; 13: 978-0-385-60944-9)
About 60 copies were released with an incorrect ISBN-13: 978-0-385-60644-8 on the back cover – possibly only those sent out to sales representatives, to the authors and those distributed within the publishers. As the barcode was also incorrect, none could have been actually sold to the public until a sticker giving the correct data had been applied to cover the incorrect information. These were sent out to all booksellers who had received copies before the error was noticed. Although stated to have been co-authored, Terry’s contribution was restricted to writing the introduction.

‘MISTER FANTASTIC …’. Author Terry Pratchett tells Matt Ford about his influences, and why the sci-fi times are a-changin’, The Big Issue, Festive Fortnight, December 2006, 724, pp. 10-11.

2007

Terry Pratchett and Bernard Pearson,‘Canine & Other Hazards’, Miscellaneous Malicious Phenomena’ and ‘Postal Letter Boxes’, in Ankh-Morpork Post Office POSTAL CODES. Restricted For Official Use Only, A-M P.O. Publication [Cunning Artificer], started 6 January 2007, pp. 4-7.

‘THE LAND BEYOND THE TALL HAIR‘, Nullus Anxietas Australian Discworld Convention, 9-11 February 2007, programme, p. 3.

‘[COMMENTS ON HOGFATHER]’, An insert in deluxe limited edition packaging of Mob Film / 20th Century Fox production of the video of the Sky One mini-series, 23 April 2007.

‘MINUTES OF THE MEETING TO FORM THE PROPOSED ANKH-MORPORK FEDERATION OF SCOUTS’, Discworld Jamboree, Wincanton, 3-5 August 2007, 2pp.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 295-99, and in the American edition, on pp. 263-65.

‘TERRY PRATCHETT: ‘I HAD A STROKE – AND I DIDN’T EVEN NOTICE’’. BY MOIRA PETTY, Daily Mail, 29 October 2007, p.?

2008

In 2008 and in following years, I have given some links that, ending in .ece, can only be accessed if you are an online subscriber to that paper.

THE BEST SCIENCE BOOK EVER WRITTEN? EMINENT FIGURES PICK THEIR FAVOURITES’, Terry Pratchett on his discovery of The Origin of Species, in The Times, 12 June 2008. Other eminent figures included Baroness Greenfield, David Bellamy and Bill Bryson.
‘I was lent The Origin of Species by a kind science master just before I went down with flu, so I read it in a state of delirium. But despite, or maybe because of this, it all made sense. It fitted what I saw around me and the story was considerable more believable than Genesis.’

‘THE GOD MOMENT. I CREATE GODS ALL THE TIME – NOW I THINK ONE MIGHT EXISTS, SAYS FANTASY AUTHOR TERRY PRATCHETT’ Mail on Sunday 2, 22 June 2008, p. 6.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1028222/I-create-gods-time–I-think-exist.html
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 209-13, and in the American edition, on pp. 201-205.

‘I’M DISGUSTED. I CAN GET VIAGRA ON NHS, BUT NOT A DRUG TO HELP MY ALZHEIMER’S’, News of the World, 17 August 2008, p. 6.
This was a slightly shortened version of TP’s article. The full version could be found on the NotW‘s website, but that closed with the demise of the paper.
Reprinted, under the title ‘The NHS is Seriously Injured’,  with the short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 250=54, and in the American edition, on pp. 242-45.
Reported and quoted on 18 August 2008 in Daily Telegraph, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2574082/Terry-Pratchett-launches-attack-on-NHS.html
Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1046151/Terry-Pratchetts-anger-life-changing-Alzheimers-drug-available-NHS.html

‘NATION’, Discworld Convention [28-31 August] 2006 Programme Book, pp. 23-25.
The opening section of Chapter 1, ‘The Plague’ from the as-yet unpublished novel.

‘FOREWORD’, Dementia. Out of the shadows, October 2008, Alzheimer’s Society & Mental Health Foundation, 7 October 2008, pp. vii-xi.
Reprinted, with slight differences, in the Daily Mail, 7 October 2008 pp. 44-45, under the heading ‘I’m Slipping Away a Bit at a Time … and All I can Do is Watch it Happen’
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1070673/Terry-Pratchett-Im-slipping-away-bit-time–I-watch-happen.html
The Mail text, reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 255-61, and in the American edition, on pp. 247-53.
Edited and published in Journal of Mental Health, vol.19, no. 4, August 2010, pp. 363-365, under the title ‘Diagnosing Clapham Junction syndrome’.
Also reprinted under the title ‘Living with Early Dementia’ in Long-Term Conditions. Challenges in Health and Social Care, eds. Cathy E. Lloyd & Tom Heller, Sage, 17 November 2011 (978-0-85702-750-4)
Also reprinted in The Observer, on 15 March 2015, p. 17, and on The Guardian’s website on 15 March 2015 under the title ‘“A butt of my own jokes”: Terry Pratchett on the disease that finally claimed him.’
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/mar/15/a-butt-of-my-own-jokes-terry-pratchett-on-the-disease-that-finally-claimed-him
German: trs. Thomas Klingenmaier, ‘Wenn die Zeit gekommen ist’, in Stuttgarter Zeitung, 8 October 2011, Nr. 233, [Weekend Supplement] pp. V1-2. There were some deletions that specifically related to the situation in the UK.

A SLIGHTLY WORN BUT STILL QUITE LOVELY FOREWORD‘, Prince of Stories, The Many Worlds of Neil Gaiman by Hank Wagner, Christopher Golden & Stephen R. Bissette, St Martin’s Press, New York, 2008, pp. xi-xiii.
This originally appeared, under the title ‘Terry Pratchett on Neil Gaiman’ in the 2006 William Morrow edition of Good Omens.

‘SPEAK ITS NAME TO KILL DEMENTIA’ (Letter), The Times, 7 October 2008
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/letters/article4893542.ece

‘I’M NOT BEATEN YET: TERRY PRATCHETT ON THE FRUSTRATION AND FURY OF ALZHEIMER’S’ Daily Mail, 8 November 2008, pp.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1083820/Im-beaten-Terry-Prachett-frustration-fury-Alzheimers.html

2009

LIVING WITH DEMENTIA‘, ANCR (Advances in Clinical Neuroscience & Rehabilitation), 8, 6, January/February 2009, pp. 22-23.

‘WE HAVE A RIGHT TO A DIGNIFIED DEATH. It is vital that we distinguish between suicide and euthanasia in the end-of-life debate.’, (letter), The Times, 9 March 2009, p. 25.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/letters/article2067643.ece

‘TAXWORLD. What is an author to do when every other word he writes will be written for the Chancellor of the Exchequer?’, (letter), The Times, 23 May 2009, p. ?
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/letters/article6345236.ece
Reprinted in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 262-63, and in the American edition, on pp. 254-55.

‘PALLIATIVE CARE. THOUGHTS FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF SIR EDWARD DOWNES AND HIS WIFE‘, (letter), The Times, 16 July 2009. 
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/letters/article6715271.ece

‘POINT ME TO HEAVEN WHEN THE FINAL CHAPTER COMESMail on Sunday 2, 2 August 2009, pp.1-4. [Terry’s article was untitled.]
http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/news/article-1203622/Ill-die-endgame-says-Terry-Pratchett-law-allow-assisted-suicides-UK.html
Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 264-73, and in the American edition, on pp. 256-65.

‘WISHING TO DIE IS NOT A SIGN OF MENTAL ILLNESS’ (letter), The Times, 6 August 2009.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/letters/article2070152.ece

‘UNSEEN ACADEMICALS‘, The North American Discworld Convention 2009 Program Book, 4-7 September 2009, pp.  44-47.
Pp.40-46 in the not-yet published UK hbk edition.

‘THE ANKH-MORPORK FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME‘, Series 3, Famous Footballers of Ankh-Morpork, Jolly Sailor Tobacco Company, Empire Wharf, Ankh-Morpork [Wincanton], pp. 4-9.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 300-06, and in the American edition, on pp. 268-74.

‘FOREWORD’, Salisbury in Detail, Salisbury Civic Society, 2009, p. 7.

FIGHTING TO KEEP THE FANTASY ALIVE‘. Terry Pratchett… talks to Sanjida O’Connell about tinkering with science, his battle with Alzheimer’s and the odds of escaping from a crab bucket. New Scientist, 31 October 2009, pp. 30-31.
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20427326.000-terry-pratchett-fighting-to-keep-the-fantasy-alive.html

‘GUARDIAN BOOK CLUB: TERRY PRATCHETT ON UNSEEN ACADEMICALS’, The Guardian, 12 December 2009, p. 6.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/dec/12/guardian-book-club-terry-pratchett

‘LOOK WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO MY BOOK’ [TP’s title ‘WATCHING NATION’], The Daily Telegraph, 16 December 2009, p. 31.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/6824996/Terry-Pratchett-interview-look-what-theyve-done-to-my-book.html
Reprinted, with short introductory note, under TP’s original title, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 144-47, and in the American edition, on pp. 140-43.

2010

‘NATION’, The Horn Book Magazine, January/February 2010, pp. 19-23.
The text of TP’s acceptance speech, read by his Children’s Book Editor, Anne Hoppe, on the occasion of his receiving The Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for Nation.

‘MY CASE FOR A EUTHANASIA TRIBUNAL’, The Guardian, 1 February 2010

‘WHEN THE TIME COMES I’LL SIT ON MY LAWN, BRANDY IN HAND AND THOMAS TALLIS ON MY IPOD. AND THEN I’LL SHAKE HANDS WITH DEATHDaily Mail, 3 February 2010
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1247856/Terry-Pratchett-assisted-suicide-Ill-shake-hands-Death.html

‘AT LAST WE HAVE REAL COMPASSION IN ASSISTED-DYING GUIDELINES‘, The Times, 26 February 2010, p. 36.
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/guest_contributors/article7041697.ece, where heading is ‘Some compassion in the assisted dying debate’.
Reprinted, with a subtitle ‘The DPP’s new guidelines are good. People, not the diseases, need to be in control’, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 293-94.

THE TALE OF SIR JOSHUA EASEMENT’, The Times, 16 March 2010.
Reprinted in ‘SIR JOSHUA EASEMENT‘, Imagined Lives: Mystery Portraits from the National Portrait Gallery c. 1520-1640, National Portrait Gallery, 6 May 2010, (978-1-85514-427-9) pp. 31-33.

Imagined Lives. Portraits of unknown people. Redesigned for the transfer of the exhibition to London, 14 November 2011 (978-1-85514-455-2) pp. 78-81.
Reprinted, with introductory note, in A Blink of the Screen, London: Doubleday, 2012, pp. 193-95, and in the American edition, on pp. 166-68.

‘THE SECRETS OF MY SUCCESS: TERRY PRATCHETT.‘ By Chris Hall, (interview), Daily Mail, 22 May 2010, Live Mag, p.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1280165/Terry-Pratchett-The-secrets-success.html

‘‘YES, I HAVE GOT ALZHEIMER’S, BUT IN MANY WAYS I’M THE LUCKIEST MAN ALIVE’.’ As another of his books is filmed, Terry Pratchett on defying Dementia. By Tim Oglethorpe, Daily Mail, 28 May 2010, p. 73.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1282085/Terry-Pratchcett-Ive-got-Alzheimers-ways-Im-luckiest-man-alive.html

GUEST EDITOR
SFX, July 2010, no. 196, Editorial ‘Welcome’ on p. 4; contribution on pp. 98-100.

‘FOREWORD’ Elves: Nasty or Nice? A Treatise by Jaqueline [sic] Simpson. Ltd edition of only 500. Wincanton: The Discworld Emporium, 2010, p. 1.

‘I SHALL WEAR MIDNIGHT‘, Discworld Convention [27-30 August] 2010 Programme Book, pp. 38-39
Opening section of Chapter 1, from the as-yet unpublished novel.

‘SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATIONS AND THE MEANING OF LIFE‘ (letter), The Times, 4 September 2010, p. 23.

‘HARSH JUDGMENTS ON THE POPE AND RELIGION‘, (Letter, composed by the Humanist Society, of which TP was one of 55 signatories), The Guardian, 15/9/2010.

‘FANNISH INQUISITION: TERRY PRATCHETT‘, SFX, October, 2010, pp. 88,-90, 92.

‘FOREWORD: OUT OF THE SHADOWS, BLINKING IN THE LIGHT‘, My name is not dementia: people with dementia discuss quality of life indicators, Alzheimer’s Society, 2010, p. viii.

‘AND THE MAGIC BEGINS. By Arminta Wallace’, The Irish Times, 6 November 2010
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/weekend/2010/1106/1224282772070.html

‘ASSISTED DYING “IS A WORTHWHILE DEBATE”‘ (letter), The Times, 3 December 2010.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/letters/article2830411.ece

2011

MY WEEK. TERRY PRATCHETT, The Sunday Times, 6 March 2011. As told to Kiki Loizou
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/comment/regulars/myweek/article570246.ece

‘TERRY TALKS’, Nullus Anxietas III, Australian Discworld Convention Official Convention Programme Book,  8-10 April,  p. 2.
Welcome piece dated February 2011.
Reprinted, with short introductory note, under the title ‘Conventional Wisdom’, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 43-45, and in the American edition, on pp. 41-43.

‘SNUFF’, Nullus Anxietas III, Australian Discworld Convention Official Convention Programme Book,  8-10 April,  p. 17.
Extract from the as-yet unpublished novel.

‘TO SIR, WITH LOVE.‘  Meet Terry Pratchett—royal knight, creator of Discworld, and one cool dude. Interview with Jonathan Hunt, School Library Journal, 1 June 2011.
http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/home/890539-312/to_sir_with_love.html.csp

‘A VERY ENGLISH FAREWELL’. Interview by Ginny Dougary, Radio Times, 11-17 June 2011, pp. 14-19.

‘DEATH KNOCKED AND WE LET HIM IN‘ [TP’s title was ‘Visiting Switzerland’], The Sunday Times, News Review, 12 June 2011, pp. 2-3.
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/newsreview/features/article645711.ece#page-1

Reprinted, with short introductory note, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 298-304, and in the American edition, on pp. 290-96.

‘… AND A STAR PUPILCelebrating 60 Years. Holtspur School 1951-2011, p. 7.

‘ASSISTED DYING: It’s time the government gave us the right to end our lives‘, New Humanist, July/August 2011, vol.126, no.4, p. 17.
Reprinted in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 295-97, and in the American edition, on pp. 287-89.

‘A WEEK IN THE DEATH OF TERRY PRATCHETT’, The Independent, 18 June 2011,
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/a-week-in-the-death-of-terry-pratchett-2299287.html
Reprinted in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 305-09, and in the American edition, on pp. 297-301.

‘BRITAIN IN A DAY’, Radio Times, 12 November 2011
Reprinted, under the title ‘Saturdays’, in A Slip of the Keyboard, Doubleday, 2014, pp. 237-39, and in the American edition, on pp. 229-31.

GUARDING THE VULNERABLE OVER THE RIGHT TO DIE’, in ‘Think Tank. New Ideas for the 21st Century’, The Sunday Times, 26 June 2011, p. 25.
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/comment/regulars/guestcolumn/article656430.ece

‘SIR TERRY’S MINDFUL OF HIS NOVEL FUTURE.’ Interview by Charlotte Heathcote. Sunday Express, 4 December 2011.
  http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/287621/Sir-Terry-s-mindful-of-his-novel-future

2012

‘TAKING THE RATIONAL ROAD TO ASSISTED SUICIDE’ (letter), The Sunday Times, 15 January 2012.
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/comment/regulars/lettersandemails/article856339.ece

‘FOREWORD’ to David Logan, Half-Sick of Shadows, Doubleday, 10 May 2012 (978-0-857-52116-3) pp. 9-10. Pbk: Corgi, 23 May 2013 (978-0-552-16670-6)
Joint-winner of the first “Terry Pratchett Anywhere But Here, Anywhen But Now” Prize.
Supporting quote on back cover: ‘A most excellent writer’.

‘FOREWORD’ to Michael Logan, Apocalypse Cow, Doubleday, 10 May 2012 (978-0-857-52117-0) pp. 7-8. Pbk: Corgi, 9 May 2013 (978-0-552-16669-0)
Joint-winner of the first “Terry Pratchett Anywhere But Here, Anywhen But Now” Prize.
Supporting quote on back cover: ‘Apocalypse Cow made me snort with laughter.’

‘PRISONERS’ VOTES’ [letter], The Times, 30 May 2012.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/letters/article3429896.ece

‘THE PRATCHETT & BAXTER SHOW’. By Jonathan Wright, SFX, 224, August 2012, pp. 82-85.

‘ASSISTED DYING’ (letter), The Times, 6 July 2012.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/letters/article3467156.ece

‘BRITISH SLAVERY SHAME’ (letter), Daily Telegraph, 17 July 2012, p. 19e.

‘REMEMBERING REGINALD 1907-1971‘, The Istanbul Review, 1, July, p. 169.
Reprinted in Now that’s what I call Music With Rocks In. Discworld Convention 2016 Souvenir Book, 26-29 August 2016, p. 54.

‘WE MUST HELP THIS BRAVE MAN TO DIE‘ (letter), Mail on Sunday, 19 August 2012. p. 85.

‘MERE ABUSE WON’T SILENCE US ON ASSISTED DYING’, The Times, 13 September, 2012.
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/columnists/article3536334.ece

‘SIGNING BOOKS WAS NEARLY THE DEATH OF ME‘, The Guardian, 24 November 2012, p.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/nov/24/terry-pratchett-signing-nearly-killed-me?INTCMP=SRCH

2013

‘[DOCTOR WHO] A SAFE OPTION FOR SATURDAY TEATIME‘, The Guardian, Review, 1 November 2013, p. 18.

WORLD LEADERS MUST ACT, The Sunday Times, 1 December 2013.
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/uk_news/People/article1347245.ece

2014

‘DO THE LOCOMOTION. GOING ON THE RAILS . . . TERRY PRATCHETT DISCUSSES HIS NEW DISCWORLD NOVEL AND POTENTIALLY CALLING TIME ON HIS CAREER AS A NOVELIST. JONATHAN WRIGHT LISTENS IN’, SFX, 242, January 2014, pp. 66-69.

‘FOREWORD’ to Assisted Dying: Who Makes the Final Decision?, eds. Lesley Close and Jo Cartwright. London: Peter Owen, 12 February 2014, p. 11.

THOSE OF US WITH DEMENTIA COULD DO WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR FRIENDS‘, The Guardian, 14 May 2014, p. 40.
http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/may/13/terry-pratchett-those-with-dementia-help-from-friends

‘TERRY PRATCHETT’ [interview], in Stephanie Hale, Celebrity Authors’ Secrets, Oxford: Powerhouse, 30 May 2014, pp. 73-83.

‘TERRY PRATCHETT: BY THE BOOK’, The New York Times, Sunday Book Review 17 August 2014.
Internet on 14 August 2014  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/17/books/review/terry-pratchett-by-the-book.html?_r=0

[‘SEAFARER BOOK OF THE YEAR’], Seafarer News, Autumn, 2014, p. 2.
‘The favourite author of all time was a tie between Terry Pratchett and JRR Tolkien. When we told Sir Terry the news, he said: “For this landlubber to be voted seafarars’ favourite author is both flattering and incomprehensible. Thank you, my enthusiastic readers. Had I got my sea-legs with me I would join you in a hornpipe.”‘

SUPPORTING QUOTES FOR OTHERS’ BOOKS

Supporting quote for The Sky Lords by John Brosnan (4 August 1988) – ‘Ideas explode in all directions. This is genuine gosh-wow stuff, the SF ideas packed in so tight it’s standing room only. We all ought to grow up reading this sort of thing: it’s aerobics for the imagination.’ See below for shortened quote.
Supporting quote on cover of paperback editions of Harry Harrison’s Bill the Galactic Hero,  VGSF, March 1990 – ‘Simply THE funniest science fiction book ever written.’
Supporting quotes on VGSF paperback editions of John Brosnan’s novels The Sky Lords (1 April 1989), War of the Sky Lords (1990), and The Fall of the Sky Lords (1991) – ‘The ideas explode in all directions, it’s aerobics for the imagination.’
Supporting quote on back cover of Corgi’s edition of John Hart’s Jizz (23 April 1992).
Supporting quote on front cover of Black Swan edition of William Kotzwinkle’s The Bear went over the Mountain, 1997 – ‘Very funny, and probably true’
Supporting quotes on the covers of volumes in Orion’s SF Masterworks Series Cities in Flight, by James Blish, 1999, and The Rediscovery of Man, by Cordwainer Smith, 1999
Tales of the Dying Earth, by Jack Vance, 2000 – ‘One of the best and most influential  fantasy works of the 20th century.’
and in their SF Collectors’ Series
Wasp, by Eric Frank Russell, 2000 – ‘I’d have given anything to have written Wasp. I can’t imagine a funnier terrorists’ handbook.’
Supporting quote for Guts: A Comedy of Manners by John Grant and David Langford (26 July 2001) – ‘David Langford: Wit, slightly deaf person, raconteur and finest swordsman in all of Christendom’.
Supporting quote to The Eyre Affair, by Jasper Fforde, Hodder & Stoughton, 2001 –  ‘Ingenious. I shall be watching Jasper Fforde nervously.’
Supporting quote for Neil Gaiman’s Coraline, 2002, ‘Coraline has the delicate horror of the finest fairy tales, and it is a masterpiece.’
Supporting quote for Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart’s What does a Martian look like? 5 February 2004  – ‘These men know their aliens.’
Supporting quote for Cordwainer Smith’s When the People Fell (4 September 2007) – ‘Read this.
Cordwainer Smith is timeless.’ [possibly the same as that used on early Smith titles published by Gollancz]
Supporting quote for John Humphrys & Dr Sarah Jarvis, The Welcome Visitor, 2 April 2009, pbk  21 January 2010 – ‘This is an important book . . . We are coming to realise that a life well lived might decently conclude with a death well and timely died.’
Supporting quote for Michael Logan’s Apocalypse Cow, 10 May 2012, co-winner of the first Terry Pratchett novel award, ‘Apocalypse Cow made me snort with laughter’.
Supporting quote for David Logan’s Half-Sick of Shadows, 10 May 2012, co-winner of the first Terry Pratchett novel award, ‘A Most excellent writer’.
Supporting quote for Alexander Maskill’s The Hive Construct, 25 September 2014, winner of the second Terry Pratchett first novel award ‘Here’s a talented young writer who not only knows how to tell an exciting story, but a richly rewarding story full of ideas.’