Lords And Ladies

The fourteenth novel in the Discworld Series

UK hbk: Victor Gollancz, 30,000 copies on 5 November 1992 (0-575-05223-6) repr. twice November 1992, then reissued, 1,750 (including 750 for BCA with gloss laminated jackets but without foil stamping) on 6 August 1998 (0-575-06578-8)
Book proof: 116 copies
Discworld Collector’s Library: The Witches Collection (hbk, cover engraving by Joe McLaren): Gollancz, 3 July 2014 (978-1-473-20027-2)

Pbk: Corgi, 242,000 copies on 4 November 1993 (0-552-13891-6), reprinted 1994 (twice), 1995, 1996, 1997 and numerous occasions since.
Corgi Canada printed and published an edition in 1994 with the above ISBN
New issue, with black/gold photographic design cover, on sale at same time as Kirby edition, July 2005 (0-552-15315-X)
Reissued B-format with modified Kirby cover: Corgi, 14 February 2013 (978-0-552-16752-9)

Book club: BCA, 14,000 in 1992 (CN 6998) repr. 1993, 1994
BCA’s Unseen Library: c.3,500 copies in January 2006 (CN 142975)

USA trade pbk (no hbk edition issued): HarperPrism (cover design by Michael Sabanosh), October 1995 (0-06-109216-9)
Proof: issued, ‘bound galley’ printed black on yellow covers, but no information as to quantity, April 1995

Mass market pbk: HarperPrism (modified version of original design by Michael  Sabanosh), October 1996 (0-06-105692-8)
Premium pbk: Harper Premium, 29 October 2013 (978-0-06-223739-2)

US book club: Science Fiction Book Club Selection, December 1995 (Jacket art by Jael) 17 October 1995 (ref.10467)

Brazilian: Bertrand Brasil [not yet published]

Bulgarian: Господари и Господарии, trs. , Vuzev/Akhont-V (954-422-067-4)

Czech: Dámy a Pánové, trs. Jan Kantůrek Talpress, 10,000 copies in August 1997 (80-7197-103-0)
Double volume with Small Gods: ills. by Paul Kidby, Talpress, 2011 (978-80-7197-435-2)

Dutch: Edele Heren en Dames, trs. Venugopalan Ittekot (pseud. of Ruurd Groot), Het Spectrum, 5,000 copies in 1996 (90-274-4747-0)
Reissue: Mynx, 2008 (978-90-225-5126-4)

Estonian: Härrasrahvas, trs. Allan Eichenbaum, jacket illus. Hillar Mets, Varrak, August 2003 (9985-3-0737-2)

Finnish: Herraskaista väkeä, trs.Mika Kivimäki, Karisto, August 2004 (951-23-4552-8)
Pbk: Karisto, February 2007 (978-951-23-4851-0)

French: Nobliaux et Sorcières, trs. Patrick Couton, L’Atalante, October 1999 (2-84172-117-5)
Reissue, with new introduction by Terry Pratchett (dated September 2014), 19 May 2015 (978-2-84172-762-9)

Pbk: Pocket, November 2003 (2-266-13179-6)
Pbk with Marc Simonetti cover: Pocket, February 2011 (978-2-266-21194-9)

German trade pbk: 1. Lords und Ladies, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, Goldmann, 30,000 copies on 1 October 1995 (3-442-42580-0)
mass market pbk: September 2000 (3-442-44675-9)
2. Lords und Ladies, trs. Regina Rawlinson, Manhattan, 20 May 2013 (978-3-442-54714-2)
3. Lords und Ladies, trs. Gerald Jung, Goldmann, 20 February 2017 (978-3-442-48536-9)

Hungarian: Hölgyek és urak, trs. Veronika Farkas, Delta Vision, 23 July 2010 [2007] (978-963-9679-10-8)

Italian: Streghe di una notte di mezza estate, trs. Valentina Daniele, Salani, May 2012 (978-88-6256-741-1)
Massmarket pbk: TEA September 2014 (978-88-502-3437-0)

Norwegian: Herskap og hekser, trs. Torlief Sjøgren-Erichsen, Tiden Norsk, 2005 (82-05-34232-6)

Polish: Panowie i Damy, trs. Piotr W. Cholewa, Prószyński i S-ka, 2002 (83-7337-106-0)

Romanian: Seniori si doamne, trs.??, Rao, 28 November 2013 (978-606-825109-7)[not yet seen]

Russian: Дамы и Господа, trs. N.Berdennikov, Eksmo, 2002 (5-04-009488-4)
Double volume with Witches Abroad: Eksmo, 15 April 2003 (5-699-03624-5)

Serbian/Yugoslav: Gospoda i Dame, trs. Aleksandar Milajić, Laguna, 1,000 copies in 2003 (86-7436-077-7)

Spanish large format pbk: Lores y damas, trs. Albert Solé, Plaza y Janés, 24 June 2002 (84-01-32949-3)
DeBols!llo, October 2004 (84-9793-472-5), first printing with new cover 10/13
Kiosk edition: Altaya, 2008 (978-84-487-2617-1)

Swedish: Herrskap och Häxor, trs. Peter Lindforss,Wahlströms, 1994 (91-32-31877-4)
Pbk: BW-Pocket/Wahlströms, 1997 (91-92-43027-2)

Background illustration © and by courtesy of Marc Simonetti