Ahead of the show’s New York City premiere in April, rehearsals have begun for the Broadway debut of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”!
Pendleton Woolen Mills, long known for its beautiful woven creations, has announced a gorgeous “Harry Potter” collection – just in time for the chilly days of fall. Click here to win a scarf from the new collection!
We posted recently about the breathtaking “Harry Potter” illustrations currently being sold through Heritage Auctions, and as a special follow-up, we got the opportunity to interview the Director of Rare Books at Heritage Auctions, James Gannon!
There are a lot of wonderful things about BookCon, but the best one is, well, the books! We came away from the weekend with dozens of books, but here are five we’re particularly excited about – and we think you will be too!
Last week, the two biggest book extravaganzas of the year descended upon New York City – BookExpo, a conference for press, booksellers, and publishing insiders that previews the fall’s most anticipated book releases, and BookCon, a convention for all those who love to read!
Man, did MuggleNet have a great time at New York Comic Con! We helped unveil the Wizarding World Loot Crate and interviewed the cast of some of our favorite shows, and our very own “SpeakBeasty” even hosted a panel! For those of you who weren’t able to attend, you can now enjoy NYCC from afar through our galleries!
The script of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” has been out for just over a week, and fan reactions have ranged from delight to utter horror at what J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany have unleashed upon the world. Today, two of MuggleNet’s book reviewers, Jessica and Tracey, are in conversation about the experience of reading the script and how “Cursed Child” fits into both fandom and canon.