List of non-Discworld Books

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These are books and short stories written by Terry Pratchett which are not part of the Discworld series. (There's a separate list of books by other authors.)

Novels

Title Publication Date Wiki Shortcut[1] Co-author Series Series # L-Space wiki link
The Carpet People[2] 1971-11-16 TCP The Carpet People
The Dark Side of the Sun 1976-05-10 TDSOTS The Dark Side of the Sun
Strata 1981-06-15 ST Strata
Truckers 1989-09-25 T The Bromeliad 1 Truckers
The Unadulterated Cat[3] 1989-10-05 TUC Gray Jolliffe The Unadulterated Cat
Diggers 1990-04-05 D The Bromeliad 2 Diggers
Good Omens 1990-05-10 GO Neil Gaiman Good Omens
Wings 1990-09-21 WI The Bromeliad 3 Wings
The Carpet People[2] 1992-06-30 TCP Terry Pratchett The Carpet People
Only You Can Save Mankind 1992-09-17 OY Johnny Maxwell 1 Only You Can Save Mankind
Johnny and the Dead 1993-05-27 JATD Johnny Maxwell 2 Johnny and the Dead
Johnny and the Bomb 1996-04-04 JATB Johnny Maxwell 3 Johnny and the Bomb
Nation 2008-09-11 N Nation
Dodger 2012-09-13 DO Dodger
The Long Earth 2012-06-19 TLE Stephen Baxter The Long Earth 1 The Long Earth
The Long War 2013-06-18 TLW Stephen Baxter The Long Earth 2 The Long War
The Long Mars 2014-06-17 TLM Stephen Baxter The Long Earth 3 The Long Mars
The Long Utopia 2015-06-18 TLU Stephen Baxter The Long Earth 4 The Long Utopia
The Long Cosmos 2016-06-14 TLCO Stephen Baxter The Long Earth 5 The Long Cosmos

Anthologies

Title Publication Date Wiki Shortcut[1] Description L-Space wiki link
Once More* *with Footnotes 2004-09-30 OMWF Short fiction and non-fiction; includes some Discworld short stories Once More* *with Footnotes
A Blink of the Screen 2012-10-11 BS Short fiction; includes all the Discworld short stories A Blink of the Screen
Dragons at Crumbling Castle 2014-09-11 DCC Early children's stories Dragons at Crumbling Castle
A Slip of the Keyboard 2014-09-25 SK Short non-fiction A Slip of the Keyboard
The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner 2016-08-25 TWVC Early children's stories The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner
Father Christmas's Fake Beard 2017-10-05 FCFB Early children's stories Father Christmas's Fake Beard
The Time-travelling Caveman 2020-09-01 TTTC Early children's stories The Time-travelling Caveman

Short Fiction

Title Publication Date Abbr.[1] Published in Format L-Space wiki link
"Twenty Pence, with Envelope and Seasonal Greeting" 1987-12-16 TPWE TBA; Once More* *with Footnotes; A Blink of the Screen Story "Twenty Pence with Envelope and Seasonal Greetings"
"Final Reward" 1988-10 FR G.M. The Independent Fantasy Roleplaying Magazine Vol. 1 No. 2; Space Movies: II; Once More* *with Footnotes; A Blink of the Screen Story "Final Reward"
"#ifdefDEBUG + 'world/enough' + 'time'" 1990 IDD Digital Dreams; Once More* *with Footnotes; A Blink of the Screen Story "#ifdefDEBUG + 'world/enough' + 'time'"
"Once and Future" 1995-09-12 OAF Camelot; Once More* *with Footnotes; A Blink of the Screen Story "Once and Future"
"The High Meggas" 2012-06-21[4] THM The Long Earth; A Blink of the Screen Story "The High Meggas"

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 A template with this abbreviated name has been set up to allow for quickly linking to this book. Type the acronym in braces, e.g. {{RM}} will produce Reaper Man. These have been matched to those used by the L-Space Wiki. Where a book's title or obvious abbreviation would conflict with that of a podcast, the book is given precedence and a "P" (for "podcast") is appended to the podcast's abbreviation; for example RMP for the Radio Morpork podcast. These shortcuts can also be used to link to the L-Space wiki or Wikipedia entry for the same book; just append |ls or |w after the abbreviation inside the braces respectively. e.g. {{D|ls}} will produce Diggers, and {{D|w}} will produce Diggers.
  2. 2.0 2.1 The original and revised editions of The Carpet People are significantly different, and we don’t really consider them the same book, so we’ve listed it twice here. Terry clearly preferred the new version or he’d not have rewritten it, though, so like other sites we only have one article.
  3. The Unadulterated Cat is definitely not a novel, but it's a full-length humour book which contains plenty of fiction, so we feel it fits best in this list.
  4. First published in a limited edition hardcover of The Long Earth; Pratchett gives a year for the story as 1986 in his note about the story in that book and A Blink of the Screen.