• Source ‘There would be so much to tell her…’ Interviewer: Geordie Greig. Publication: Tatler Magazine. Date: January 10, 2006. Context: Multiple Sclerosis awareness & fundraising. Note: Transcript courtesy of Mugglenet. Read More
• Source The Tales of Beedle the Bard ‘Translated from the original runes by J. K. Rowling’ Hand-written and illustrated by Rowling and sold at auction 13 December 2007 Rowling created seven copies of this book. Six copies were given to people who had been especially close to the Harry Potter series… Read More
• Source A foolish king decided to claim all magic for himself. He banished all true witches and wizards and hired a charlatan to teach him magic. The charlatan collected pay for teaching nonsense to the kind, until the monarch decided to demonstrate his new skills to his people. The charlatan, realizing… Read More
• Source Three witches and a hapless knight are on a quest to find the Fountain of Fair Fortune in its enchanted garden. Once a year, one unfortunate person is given the chance to find the Fountain and bathe in it, thereby gaining good fortune forever. The four travelers decide to help… Read More
• Source Three brothers use magic to cheat death. Death appears and offers them each one magical item. The choices of the older two brothers lead to their undoing and early deaths, while the youngest brother chooses wisely and lives to a ripe old age. Read More
• Source This dark, “gothic” tale tells of a young warlock who removes his own heart by terrible Dark Arts to protect himself from the foolishness of love. When he meets a witch who he wants to win for himself, his folly results in the both of their deaths.  … Read More
• Source A “kindly old wizard” dies and leaves his magical cooking pot to his foolish son. The son spurns his neighbours’ requests for help and discovers that the pot becomes more and more annoying as it takes on the neighbour’s ailments and problems. In the end, the son learns to help… Read More
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• Source The Leaky Cauldron and MuggleNet interview Joanne Kathleen Rowling (Anelli, Melissa and Emerson Spartz. “The Leaky Cauldron and Mugglenet interview Joanne Kathleen Rowling,”The Leaky Cauldron, 16 July 2005): Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3… Read More
• Source First part of the post-DH interview on the Today Show (NBC) Source: MSNBC Interviewer: Meredith Vieira Context: This was one of the first interviews after the publication of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, so Jo could finally answer some questions she was reluctant to answer before. Read More
• Source Second part of the post-DH interview on the Today Show (NBC) Source: MSNBC Interviewer: Meredith Vieira Context: This was one of the first interviews after the publication of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, so Jo could finally answer some questions she was reluctant to… Read More
• Source Interview with the Toronto Star, 3 November 2001… Read More