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Below are the 12 most recent journal entries recorded in University of Birmingham's Discworld Society's LiveJournal:

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006
9:37 am
Hi, everybody!
I need Your help!
I am a journalist from Russia and I am looking for a way to contact Terry Pratchett. I e-mailed his agent, but got no reply. Could You help me, please?
Thursday, September 29th, 2005
5:50 pm
Thud Signing Tour
13/10/2005 Terry Pratchett Daytime event Waterstones (Birmingham), 24-26 High Street Birmingham
Monday, May 9th, 2005
3:06 pm
Just to let everyone know, I have still got some Night Watch related teeshirts left, that I'm selling to raise funds for Mind the Mental Health Charity. Thanks to everyone who's bought one so far, but I still have some left and they aren't doing me any good in my bedroom!

I've got Large and Xlarge left - I'm a size 16(UK) 18(US) and the large fits me fine. It'll be £13.50 for those in the UK and $30.00 for those in the US, postage included.
Here's a pictureCollapse )

Please help me reach my goal of £2600 - I've got £900 so far...

Current Mood: hopeful
Friday, April 22nd, 2005
1:48 pm
They're ready
For those interested in seeing what the charity teeshirts look like properly...

Under the cutCollapse )

...modelled by yours truly.

Current Mood: accomplished
Monday, April 4th, 2005
11:11 pm
Hi there
Dunno if this is allowed, but I hope it is - Lincoln isn't THAT far from Birmingham! :)

Charity Discworld TeeshirtsCollapse )

Thankyou to everyone for their support,
Love Natalie


Current Mood: hopeful
Friday, February 25th, 2005
4:41 pm
Hey everyone, a film has been made of Lord and LAdies
Check out http://www.rzuser.uni-heidelberg.de/~jknoblo2/LnL/
Saturday, January 29th, 2005
10:41 am

To the author of this community, please feel free to delete this post if you feel it's a bit cheeky etc..

We're a group of writers who have known each other since we were about 5, and have built up ideas about a fantasy world to the point that these are now quite detailed. We have talked about writing it down for a while, but we've always been quite worried / embarrassed about doing so because we're not actually writers!

The new years resolution was to finally start writing it down. We decided last week that LJ might be a good medium to release it, because it means we could keep anonymity and also that we could all dip in and update it. I'd say Terry Pratchett was among one of our biggest influences. Therefore, we set up this user and started writing.

baberfied_world (Probably age 15+ only, but have absolutely no idea!)

We'd really appreciate it if as many people as possible added the user and let us know what they think, as we're really interested to see if people enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy writing it. We're releasing it piece by piece in the order we think is best to introduce the world to, well, the world!


One of the baberfied world authors.
Sunday, January 23rd, 2005
11:11 am
When is...?
Hi, when is the next discsoc meeting???
Thursday, November 4th, 2004
12:57 am
Arm-werstling to decide the best DiscWorld book. Tonight, 6pm, Beorma Bar in the Guild!
Wednesday, October 6th, 2004
11:32 am
Anyone have any idea what's happening at tomorrow's meeting and who exactly should be going. I know myself and meatina will be going, anyone else from the committee? I'm going, I'm 4th in command and I have no idea what the agenda is for tomorrow! Sounds good doesn't it?

Oh and while I'm here, when do we have to sign up for treasurer training by?

MarkyBoyPVFC aka The Bursar
Monday, October 4th, 2004
9:40 am
A Play!
Madcap Theatre (Milton Keynes) is putting on Witches Abroad in December (Thursday 9th-Saturday 11th, 7:30pm, plus a 2:30pm Saturday matinee). It runs for three hours. It's £8 (£5 concessions). Right. No idea if arranging a trip to see this would be feasible. Thought I'd let you know though. If you want more information go to www.madcap.org.uk
Friday, August 27th, 2004
11:10 pm
It's been suggested that DiscSoc have a library of Terry Pratchett books to lend out to members. I'm more than willing to be the librarian. The membership cards could double as library cards.
But we need to gather said books. I suggest the faculty gather funds given to us by the guild and scour charity shops for them. Members could email their requests and I could bring them to the next meeting. This would be on a first-come first served basis. We would have to decide how long the books could be lent for, and also what happens if a book is damaged/lost due to negligance.
Sci-Fi soc has a library I hear, does anyone know how they handle these things?
Dean, Discsoc
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