|Philippa and Terry at the booklaunch of Dodger|
Terry Pratchett once said to Puffin's editor Philippa Dickinson
This, and other anecdotes were told at a Memorial, which took place last night, at the Barbican Theatre.
|Steeleye Span perforning music from Wintersmith|
Several people were awarded the Order of the Honey Bee, >the less visible people who helped make everything possible, his agent, his editor, his illustrator, his banker and so on.
I had hoped there would be a biography. Terry died before completing his autobiography, and it falls to his friend and assistant, Rob, to complete it.
There will be a TV adaptation of Good Omens, with screenplay by Neil Gaiman.
There will be a film of Mort, xcreenplay by Terry Rossio.
There will be a film of Wee Free Men, adapted by Rhianna Pratchett.
Steeleye Span (Terry;s favourite group) performed at the Memorial.
Epiphoni Consort performed Spem in Alium by Thomas Tallis
It sounds as though it was a fitting, and, at times, moving memorial to a man who lives on in the words he wrote, and in the Clacks #speakhisname