Here are a few things of importance from Going Postal in alphabetical order. Sort through them in chronological order in this list. For the record, there are 23 publications about pins in this list.
Acuphile Digest, The – Advanced, but brief.
Adventures in Acuphilia – Possibly for the more advanced collector.
Ankh-Morpork Times, The – Newspaper started by William de Worde.
Back Alley Pins – Has lots of pictures of young women in leather, but they’re generally holding pins.
Beginning Pins – A part-work. Gives you a new pin every week.
Book of Regulations – Reading a page from this Post Office manual often quietens down the piles of letters.
Chem – The words inserted into the head of a golem on a piece of paper. They determine its task and function.
Common Clay – Pamphlet distributed by The Golem Trust. “By Our Own Hand, Or None”.
Edith Leakall’s Premium Reserve – Expensive stuff, with a hint of wild garlic.
Extreme Pins – You could hurt yourself with this one.
First Steps in Pins – Obviously for the newbie.
Gevaisa – Tomb of living words. Words are important. When there is a critical mass of them, they change the nature of the universe. (See library.)
Haruspex’s Directory of Varying Dimensions – The work chosen by Ridcully to be sent to Genua for the competition between Moist and Reacher.
Hex – Partly magical computer located in the High Energy Magic Building of Unseen University.
History of Hats, A – Written by F. G. Smallfinger.
Hnaflbaflsniflwhifltafl – Alt. Sp.: Hnaflbaflwhiflsnifltafl. Designed by Morose Stronginthearm. Similar to and a precursor of Thud. Vetinari owns a copy given to him by Rhys Rhysson.
Misdraws, Double Pointers, and Flaws – Errors of interest to the true acuphile.
Modal Contextities – By Freidegger. Pretty much the opposite of Bouffant. The meaning of that statement is left as an exercise to the reader.
Modern Pins – What’s new in the realm of pins.
New Pins – For the acuphile who needs to keep up-to-date.
Offler’s League of Temperance – Violet the Tooth Fairy was a blue-ribbon-wearing member.
Omniscope – Mainly made of glass (and some controls), can be used by a wizard with sufficient technical know-how to see anywhere and any time. Granted, finding such a wizard may be a bigger challenge than using the device itself.
Pin Catalogue – Compiled by Hubert Spider.
Pins – Written or edited or compiled by J. Lanugo Owlsbury. Apparently the last word on the subject.
Pins and Pinneries – Of a more technical nature.
Pins Extra – The absolute latest in the industry.
Pins International – For the collector with an open mind.
Pins Monthly – Strictly for hobbyists.
Pins of Uberwald and Genua – Apparently pins can be regional.
Pins World – More eclectic than World Pins.
Popular Needles – Anyone could collect needles.
Practical Pins – For the collector on a budget.
Pseudopolis Herald – Similar to the A-M Times.
Stifte! – From Uberwald. Good if you collect foreign pins.
Sto Plains Dealer – Publication of a more financial nature than the Times.
Synonyms for the Word “Plimsoll” – Consists of at least 41 volumes. Said works can be made into a chair if carefully put together.
Talking Pins – A more conversational publication.
Thoughts – Written by Bouffant. Likely contains the line, “If any man is not free, then I, too, am a small pie made of chicken.” Thoughts?
Total Pins – Edited by Stanley Howler.
What Gallows? – Publication of interest to Daniel Trooper, at least.
World of Pins – Likely started by an editor snubbed by Pins World and World of Pins.
World Pins – Less eclectic than Pins World.