Review: Pratchett "The Last Hero" Illustrated by Paul Kidby

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This review was written for a now-defunct university website. Terence Eden - 2016 Another year - another Pratchett book. I am usually the first in the queue to read his latest offering, I was a little reticent about purchasing this tome; it's quite short (160 pages), it's illustrated and his last offering, "The Thief Of… Continue reading →

Fantasy Casting for Harry Potter - Tim Curry as Gilderoy Lockhard

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Tim Curry dressed as a vampire and looking rather alluring.

This is a necropost - resurrected from one of my ancient USENET posts. I can only apologise... On the other hand, Tim Curry as Lockhart... (pictures Harry dashing into Lockhart's office, and seeing him wearing a Merry Widow bustier and high heels. Begins giggling hysterically.) (To the tune of "Sweet Transvestite" by Richard O'Brian) (Gilderoy… Continue reading →

Review: Terry Pratchett at UEA

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This account of Terry Pratchet talking at the University of East Anglia was written for a now-defunct university website. For other contemporaneous accounts, read Concrete Issue 119. Terence Eden - 2017 Everything I learned - I learned at my local library. School taught me how to spit! Terry Pratchett is Britain's best selling living author.… Continue reading →

Oh! Canada!

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This is a necropost - resurrected from one of my ancient sites - detailing some of my year studying in Canada. Hullo - finally got round to putting my pics up.  There not all wonderful, I can't remember what half of them are, but they are here anyway. All the pages have lots and lots… Continue reading →

Montreal

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This is a necropost - resurrected from one of my ancient sites - detailing some of my year studying in Canada. 17/09/1999 "Terry - you coming to Montreal with us this afternoon?" "uh...yeah..?" A quick stop by the bank to see how they had lost my $1000 (a long winded and most distressing story) and… Continue reading →