On my home page you'll find a list of links where I can be found, that is, places where I post comments or fiction. These are links that I like to visit -- especially if I've got money to spend!
This is the Collector's Guild. For someone in the U.S. like me, this is the best way to get your hands on a Discworld Clarecraft figurine. They also have some of the Discworld-related books, such as Stephen Briggs' stageplay adaptations, that are difficult to find outside of Europe.
The Collector's Guild Catalog
Paul Kidsby is without question, at least as far as I'm concerned, the highest standard for Discworld art. When he draws a character, it looks like what I had pictured in my head. On his website he sells prints, greeting cards, buttons, mouse pads, and original art.
Bernard Pearson makes some of the most awesome Discworld sculptures imaginable. The details he puts into his models of the buildings, scenes and artifacts of Discworld are just amazing. He brings Discworld to life!
The Cunning Artificer
The official C.M.O.T. Dibbler site has a selection of delightful T-shirts, badges, and genuine degrees from Unseen University. By the way, these come to you direct from the penultimate expert on Discworld, Stephen Briggs. (The #1 expert on Discworld, obviously, being Terry Pratchett.)
Speaking of Briggsy... Stephen Briggs is the author (along with Terry Pratchett) of The Discworld Companion, all the Discworld Diaries, the maps of The Disk and of Anhk-Morpork, and the stage adaptations of the Discworld novels. After seeing him play Vetinari on stage, Pratchett asked he be used as the model for the Clarecraft Vetinari figurine. Mr. Briggs is also, IMHO, absolutely gorgeous.
Stephen Briggs Home Page
This is Bonsai Trading, my new favorite place to purchase Discworld merchandise. They have a huge selection with low prices, no shipping charges in the U.K. and reduced shipping charges to the U.S. They take many forms of payment, including paying directly by credit card or using PayPal.