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Prior to writing about the Discworld, Terry Pratchett wrote about the worlds of Strata, and Carpet People and later the Bromeliad Trilogy (Truckers, Diggers, Wings).

These settings have not seen as much love and attention as the Discworld, but has anyone extended these universes into other novels or stories?

I'm thinking in a similar way that the Cthulhu mythos has grown over the years.

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    Well, there's Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch his joint effort with Neil Gaiman. Apr 10 '12 at 22:45
  • @dmckee But that doesn't extend any of the titles above does it?
    – AncientSwordRage
    Apr 10 '12 at 23:42
  • Nope. But it has the same kind of whimsy. Apr 10 '12 at 23:45
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    One reason the Cthulhu mythos has grown so much is that Lovecraft permitted -- nay, actively encouraged -- other writers to have fun in his playground. His estate follows the same policy. Pratchett hasn't done anything like that.
    – sjl
    Oct 22 '12 at 6:19
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    @Pureferret - Well, the dwarves in the Discworld series have mined well below the depth of the techno-layer in Strata.
    – Valorum
    Jan 16 '15 at 11:02
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[...] has anyone extended these universes into other novels or stories?

No, I don't think so.

Of course, there might be some fanfic out there somewhere, but I seriously doubt it. Most of the fandom concentrates on what's by far the largest part of Pratchett's output: Discworld.

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  • Not quite true. I'm told there's plenty of Aziraphale/Crowly slash out there for the reading if you're into that kind of thing.
    – TRiG
    Nov 29 '12 at 2:13
  • @TRiG: "Of course, there might be some fanfic out there somewhere..." And then he said: "But that doesn't extend any of the titles above does it?"
    – sbi
    Nov 29 '12 at 23:37

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