Death at Party - Paul Kidby

Death of Discworld by Paul Kidby.  Used with the artist's permission.  More of his work can be found at

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WorldCon 2015 is honoring Sir Terry in a wide variety of ways, including Discworld themed panels, events, dances, games, fan meets, exhibits, art and more. With 6,000+ attendees it's a great way to meet Discworld fans from all over the world.  The Terry Pratchett memorial panel will be on Thursday, August 20th. We will also be holding a public reading of Where's My Cow, and the attendees will make all the noises.  The new Discworld game CLACKS will also have it's US debut at this convention.
In addition, attendees will have a once in a lifetime opportunity with the proposed Discworld Documentary, The Turtle Moves, to remember Sir Terry in a meaningful and positive way on film.

North American Discworld Connection

Come One, Come All

to the Great Discworld Fan

Gathering at Sasquan!

August 19-23, 2015

Spokane, Washington

Register here:

The Turtle Moves

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Art by Paul Kidby ( Used by permission.

A documentary made by the friends and fans of Sir Terry, remembering how his words and the Disc impacted their lives.


Please help fund  and appear in this non-profit, fan made documentary on Terry Pratchett - Kickstarter page

The World Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention takes place in Spokane, Washington on August 19-23, 2015.
Known as Sasquan, it will attract over 5,000 Science Fiction and Fantasy fans from all over the world. Among their ranks will be hundreds, if not thousands, of Discworld enthusiasts. The organizers of this convention would like to invite all of you to be a part of the Great Discworld Fan Gathering at Sasquan.

Register for Sasquan.

Sasquan takes place in Spokane, Washington, a gorgeous area in the Pacific Northwest. It is on the west coast of the United States, about 4 hours' drive from Seattle, WA. For more information about this convention, please visit

Spokane is a great city with an international airport. There is lots to see and do for individuals and families. For more information about Spokane, WA, please visit

Guilds  Various North American Discworld Guilds have been invited to organize and host DW fan meets at Sasquan and these include:

 * The Seamstress Guild (famous for its parties, it has many decorators, costumers and performers among its members),
* the Alchemists (our science minds),
* the Cunning Artificers (arts & crafts),
* Discworld Musicians and Singers (for filking and other fun),
* Engravers & Printers (our writers and editors),
* the Dark Clerks (folks who like to organize both paper and people behind the scenes),
* our fabulous Bakers (lovers of food and drink who may be leading some of our pub crawls),
* the Witches & Wizards (cunning women and men who love history, myth, and folklore),
* various DW Family Groups,
* Ze Black Ribboners (DW folks in recovery), and more.

  • The Programming and Events departments are working with notable fans and attendees from around the world to create a fascinating Discworld-themed track for fans.
  • A Discworld exhibit will be mounted in the convention's Exhibition Room. 
  • Discworld fan should visit the Sasquan Art Show where a number of Discworld exhibits are planned.
  • Costumers should consider entering the famous Worldcon Costume Masquerade.
 Many events will take place at the Spokane Convention Center. Many of the parties and meets will take place at the historic Davenport Hotel (see The Davenport Hotel and Tower, Spokane, Wash. - In Photos: America's Top Historic Hotels at ).

  Reservations  of several hotels (with varying and reasonable rates) all serving this Worldcon. Sasquan writes that, "The Grand is still under construction, but will be open in June. It is part of the Davenport Collection, which is now branded as Marriott. It will be attached to the Spokane Convention Center (SCC) across the street via a skybridge on the southwest side. The INB Theater is the closest space in the SCC, where the Masquerade and Hugos will be held."

 If you make reservations, please use the housing bureau software system:

 To follow Sasquan on Facebook, please like their FB page:

To purchase your membership to this event, please visit Sasquan's registration page:
 Please note: This is a family-friendly event and there will be a track for young people. Why not bring the kids?

 It's going to be a well-organized convention and one heck of a party. We hope to see you there.