SmallGods

The thirteenth novel in the Discworld Series

 UK hbk: Victor Gollancz, 27,700 copies on 21 May 1992 (0-575-05222-8) reprinted once, then reissued, 2,500 copies (of which 1,500 for BCA had gloss laminated jackets and were without foil stamping) 6 August 1998 (0-575-06579-6)
Book proof: 100 copies
Discworld Collector’s Library: in ‘The Gods Collection’ (hbk, cover engraving by Joe McLaren): Gollancz, 9 January 2014 (978-1-473-20015-9)

Pbk: Corgi, 213,500 copies on 27 May 1993 (0-552-13890-8), reprinted 1993 (thrice), 1995 (twice), 1996, 1997, 1998 etc
New issue, with black/gold photographic design cover, on sale at same time as Kirby edition, July 2005 (0-552-15297-8)
Reissued B-format with modified Kirby cover: Corgi, 2013 (978-0-552-16751-2)

Book club: BCA, 12,000 copies in 1992 (CN 1871), repr. 1993, 1994
BCA’s Unseen Library: c.3,500 copies in January 2006 (CN 142974)

Deluxe slip-cased edition, illustrated by Omar Rayyan, bound in crimson velveteen covered boards and colour printed paper label on front cover, gold blocking on spine, the black slip-case printed in gold without lettering, Folio Society, September 2016.

USA: HarperCollins (jacket design by Michael Sabanosh), 12 January 1994 (0-06-017750-0)
On some copies of the first printing the metallic blocking on the spine was gold instead of the more coppery colour used on the front cover, and normally on the spine. The fourth, possibly the third, and later printings had printed covers without foils.
(The first four HarperCollins titles – Small Gods, Lords and Ladies, Men at Arms, Soul Music – were not issued in the same order as in Britain. They used a star photo from Optical Artists/Westlight as a background on which Sabanosh’s design and lettering was superimposed. Whether or not the cover illustration and/or design is by Sabanosh, I think his lettering has been used on all subsequent titles.)
Proofs: issued, but no information as to quantity.
Pbk: HarperPrism, 9 September 1994, HarperTorch (15th printing) 2003 (0-06-109217-7)
Premium pbk: Harper Premium, 29 October 2013 (978-0-06-223737-8
Library hbk of Premium pbk: Turtleback ?November 2013 (0-613-57275-X)

US book club: Science Fiction Book Club Selection, April 1994 (Jacket art by Michael Sabanosh), ?March 1994 (ref.02889)

Brazilian: Pequenos Deuses, trs. Alexandre Mandarino, Bertrand Brasil, 30 March 2015 (978-85-286-1696-5)

Bulgarian: 1. Малки Богове, trs. Mirela Khristova, Vuzev, 10,000 copies in December 1995 (954-422-039-9)
2. Retranslated (with same title) Vladimir Zarkov, Vuzev/Akhont-V 2,000 copies in ?August 2001 (954-422-068-2)

Czech: Malí Bohove, trs. Jan Kantörek, Talpress, 10,000 copies in 4/97 (80-7197-084-0)
Double volume with Lords & Ladies: ills. by Paul Kidby, Talpress, 2011 (978-80-7197-435-2)

Dutch: Kleingoderij, trs. Venugopalan Ittekot (pseud. of Ruurd Groot), Het Spectrum, 5,000 copies in 1995 (90-274-4543-5)
Reissue: Mynx, 2008 (978-90-225-5125-7)

Estonian: Väikesed Jumalad, trs. Allan Eichenbaum, jacket illus. Hillar Mets, Varrak, 12 July 2003 (9985-3-0698-8)

Finnish: Pienet Jumalat, trs. Mika Kivimäki, Karisto, March 2004 (951-23-4492-0)
Pbk: Karisto, January 2008 (9780951-23-4978-4)

French: Les Petits Dieux, trs. Patrick Couton, L’Atalante, June 1999 (2-84172-102-7)
Reissue, with new introduction by Terry Pratchett (dated September 2014), 19 May 2016 (978-2-84172-761-2)

Pbk: Pocket, 4/03 (2-266-13048-X)
Pbk with Marc Simonetti cover: Pocket, November 2011 (978-2-266-21193-2)

German trade pbk: 1. Einfach göttlich, trs. Andreas Brandhorst, Goldmann, 30,000 copies on 1 April 1995 (3-442-41566-7)
mass market pbk: Goldmann, April 2000 (3-442-42132-2)
Double volume: Total verhext. Einfach göttlich, Goldmann, December 2003 (3-442-13334-3)
Reissue: 15,000 copies for special marketing campaign July 2004 (3-442-13411-0)
Reissue: June 2008 (978-3-442-13434-2)
2. New translation, trade pbk (with flaps): trs. Gerald Jung, Manhattan, 25 June 2012 (978-3-442-54703-6)
Mass-market edition, Goldmann, May 2016 (978-3-442-48467-6)

Kindle edition 30 October 2012 (ASIN B009X0O752)

Hungarian: 1. Kisistenek, trs. Anikó Sohár, Cherubion Könyvkiadó, c.4,000 copies in 2004 (963-9566-16-0)
2. Kisistenek, trs. Veronika Farkas, Delta Vision, 10 June 2013 (978-615-5314-50-6)

Italian: Tartarughe divine, trs. Valentina Daniele, Salani/Spagnol, May 2011 (978-88-6256-504-2)
Pbk: TEAdue, September 2012 (978-88-502-2923-9)

Japanese: [Itanshinmon], trs. Norito Kuga, Choeisha, 12 August 2000 (4-88629-506-1)

Lithuanian: Mažieji dievai, trs. Mindaugas Strockis, Baltos Lankos, 2011 (978-9955-23-477-7)

Norwegian: Små Guder, trs.Torleif Sjøgren-Erichsen, Tiden Norsk, 2004 (82-10-04935-6)

Polish: Pomniejsze Bóstwa, trs. Piotr W. Cholewa, Prószyński i S-ka, September 2001 (83-7255-927-9)

Romanian: Zei Mărunti, trs. Bogdan Mihăilescu, Rao, 23 August 2010 (978-973-54-0210-5)

Russian: Мелкие Боги, trs. N. Berdennikov, Eksmo c.10,000 copies in September 2001 (5-04-088296-3)
Double volume with Pyramids: Eksmo, printed on 15 January 2003 (5-699-02733-5)

Serbian/Yugoslav: Mali bogovi, trs. Goran Kapetanović, Laguna in their Octarin series, 1,000 copies in 2002 (86-7436-035-1)

Spanish: Dioses Menores, trs. Albert Solé, Plaza y Janés, January 2002 (84-01-32910-8)
New issue: Debols!llo, 3rd printing, February 2007 (978-84-9759-224-6)
Kiosk edition: Altaya, 2008 (978-84-487-2616-4)

Swedish: Små Gudar, trs. Peter Lindforss, Wallströms, April 2001 (91-32-32577-0)
Reissued September 2002 (91-32-32766-8)

Turkish: Küçük tanrilar, trs. Niran Elçi, Ithaki, 2011 (978-605-375-112-0)

Background illustration © and by courtesy of Marc Simonetti