On Grieving for the Famous: A Tribute to Terry Pratchett
Jess Shenton asked herself what Pratchett has done for her and produced something beautiful in response.
Sue Kesby wondered what it was like to be the Summer Lady. This short dialogue may help us understand.
Martyn Gavan found himself with lots of bricks and a Discworld shaped hole in his existence, so he did what any sane person would do and started to build a Universe.
What happens after the most important person in Ankh-Morpork leaves the mortal plane? Sue Kesby wanted to find out!
George Normal Lippert was musing about belief, which turned into a story of self-belief for a Wizzard with a faded bath mat.
Jade "Rincewind" Harper hadn't read since that fateful day. A friendly Facebook group brought her back into the fold.
Where does computing stop and sentience start? Terrell Gould, with the help of a Fourecksian research wizard, tries to help us understand.
At the end of The Shepherd's Crown, Pratchett invited readers to make the rest up for ourselves. Terrell Gould took him up on the offer!
Yamuna Hrodvitnir says that "Terry Pratchett Is the Greatest Writer of All Time", and who are we to disagree?
Learning to program is never fun, but Dan Ladle discovered the fun quotient can be increased dramatically when you introduce some Discworld.
Some notable people were interviewed to find out what Terry Pratchett taught them, so Dan Ladle thought he'd join in.
It was going to be a celebratory blog-anniversary post by Stephanie Whelan, but it turned into a different sort of celebration.
A very personal graduation day for Sir Terry Pratchett, Simon Hackett was lucky enough to be involved.
In case you were thinking of signing up to be an assassin, you might want to read A.A. Pessimal's School Prospectus first!
Another sad loss for the Discworld, Jan Kantůrek, the translator who bought Pratchett to the masses of Czechoslovakia, died yesterday.