Excitement is building for the New York City premiere of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” later this year, but fans who can’t wait for the show to open in April may want to check out this Upper East Side “Harry Potter” experience while they wait.
J.K. Rowling celebrates literacy in both her writing and her interviews. Dr. Beatrice Groves explores how other authors may have influenced Rowling’s thoughts.
On the one-year anniversary of J.K. Rowling receiving the PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award, Dr. Beatrice Groves discusses how Rowling’s themes of censorship in “Potter” have roots all the way back to Milton.
As 2017 comes to an end, we’ve witnessed an array of worldwide events celebrating the spectacular story of the Boy Who Lived. In this year’s final roundup, we explore events ranging from Australian quidditch to “Harry Potter” trivia nights with pumpkin pizza on offer!