Sir Terry Pratchett is a much-loved writer who is internationally famous for his Discworld fantasy series.
In this recording we hear - in his own words - about science-fantasy and comedy writing.
He discusses his fans and followers, how he enjoys writing and the importance of the Discworld characters. We hear his thoughts on fame and isolation, his attitude to money, and about his reaction to diagnosis with early-onset Alzheimer's disease.
He also talks openly about making his documentary on assisted death for television. In addition, he discusses his inspirations, and the business of being a writer.
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- Publication Date:15/02/2013