The MuggleNet Family

A large and diverse fandom like that of Harry Potter needs many ways to enjoy the broad wizarding world. MuggleNet offers several avenues for you to enjoy the magic of the series, including various podcasts, interactive discussion forums, and fan fiction.

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AcademiaMuggleNet Academia is a comprehensive insight into the literary thematic elements and scholastic endeavors that author J.K. Rowling has provided in her writings of the Harry Potter series. Hosted and produced by Keith Hawk and the Hogwarts Professor, John Granger, each episode of the Academia podcast is referred to as a “Lesson” since the show revolves around a particular aspect of literature found within the Harry Potter books.

highres_alohomora_logo_byA product of rigorous and excited discussion between a few MuggleNet staff members, Alohomora! was crafted to fill the void left in the aftermath of the final Harry Potter movie release. Led by the rotating voices of the podcast, fans can now reread the books alongside thousands online and share all their new insights on the show as well as on the companion section. The project is entirely produced by fans, for fans.

Audiofictions Logo - 2013AudioFictions was originally founded and launched on January 3, 2009. The program’s goal is to bring Harry Potter fan fiction to fans around the globe in a new way, with recorded readings by the AudioFictions readers, known as “MerMuggles.” With over 150 episodes, AudioFictions aims to ensure that the magic of J.K. Rowling’s world lives beyond the books by bringing the highest quality stories written by her fandom to life.

MuggleCastMuggleCast was among the first literary podcasts and the very first to exclusively cover Harry Potter. It began in August 2005, mere weeks after the release of Half-Blood Prince in bookstores. Each host has spent the last eight years speculating, hypothesizing, and then commentating on the series we all know and love. Currently, new episodes air when big Potter news reveals occur in the fandom.

MN Fan FictionMuggleNet Fan Fiction was launched in November 2004, offering fans a space to share their creativity and theories whilst waiting for the release of Order of the Phoenix book. It was a great success and gained a reputation for being the highest quality Potter fan fiction online. With over 10,000 stories, MNFF remains one of the best places to lose yourself in the world of Potter and share your passion with an amazing community of creative fans.

MuggleNet Interactive (more commonly known as MNI) is an interactive forum experience that allows users to step into the wizarding world – the virtual one, that is. Users can take classes, earn points for their house and galleons to spend in Diagon Alley, participate in trivia-based Quidditch matches, bring the beloved characters from Harry Potter to life through roleplaying, and much, much more.

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