On the 21st of November, the British Library hosted a celebration of the life and work of Sir Terry Pratchett with his close friends – biographer Rob Wilkins and collaborator Neil Gaiman
A special celebration of the remarkable creative life of Sir Terry Pratchett, forty years after the publication of the first Discworld novel The Colour of Magic. Soon after the book was published, it inspired a young journalist Neil Gaiman to meet Terry, beginning a long collaborative friendship that was epitomised by their joint novel Good Omens, which appeared in 1990. The TV version of Good Omens was created by Neil Gaiman, with the first season on screen in 2019 and the second earlier this year.
Neil is joined Terry Pratchett’s biographer and former assistant Rob Wilkins, in a conversation hosted by Kat Brown.
You can watch the event here.