Rob Wilkins (Terry Pratchett talk)
‘No writer has given me as much pleasure and happiness,’ wrote AS Byatt on the death of Sir Terry Pratchett in 2015. He was ‘one of our greatest fantasists and beyond a doubt the funniest’ according to George RR Martin. ‘There was nobody like him,’ said Neil Gaiman.
Between 1983 and his death at his home in the Salisbury village of Broad Chalke in 2015, Sir Terry published 41 Discworld novels, selling over 85 million copies in 37 different languages.
In this special talk to coincide with the Terry Pratchett: HisWorld exhibition at Salisbury Museum, his assistant, manager and long-time friend Rob Wilkins will offer a fascinating insight into the life and times of one of our greatest and most popular writers of recent times.
|Rob Wilkins at Salisbury Museum (Free)||£0.00||