J.K. Rowling has announced her support of the Killer Women Mentorship Scheme, backing a new generation of talented female crime writers from black, Asian, minority ethnic, and working-class backgrounds.
For some, “Harry Potter” helped combat some pretty harrowing times of their own. What does “Harry Potter” mean to you, and how has it aided in making you the person you are today?
It’s all about the Dark Arts in the latest episode of “Reading, Writing, Rowling”.
Today, J.K. Rowling took to Twitter to update fans on the progress of the next installment in the “Cormoran Strike” series and give some insight into her writing process.
We’re halfway through NaNoWriMo! Let’s be honest; at this point, we could all use some help to move forward. Maybe we should look to “Potter” for some writing inspiration.
There’s no question about it: “Harry Potter” has made its mark on literary culture. At Yallwest this year in sunny Santa Monica, we asked some of today’s most popular YA authors how the “Potter” series inspired them on their own journeys to publication.