The creators of “Harry Potter and the Sacred Text” talk about the podcast, their takeaways, and more as they prepare to enter a new chapter.
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In this episode, Jessie and Lark of “The Gayly Prophet” share their mental health experiences, discuss fandom intersectionality, and talk about the impact of “Potter” on their mental health.
Do you feel left out when “Harry Potter” fans reminisce about the “Harry Potter” book releases? These are suggestions for the fans who got their Hogwarts letters a little later.
This week, the Time-Turner takes us all the way back to 2012, a year that brought us Pottermore, “The Casual Vacancy”, and the MuggleNet podcast “Alohomora!”
This week, the Time-Turner takes us all the way back to 2005 as we talk about MuggleNet’s interview with J.K. Rowling, the launch of “MuggleCast”, and the release of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.
How does the “Harry Potter” series present and address political themes? “Accio Politics” answers this question and more.
How has the “Harry Potter” series helped fans with mental health and overcoming life obstacles? Listen to our newest podcast, “Beyond the Veil”, for stories like these from fans all over the world.
“Harry Potter and the Sacred Text” gives listeners a unique opportunity to read the books like a religious scripture. Here’s how it helped me take a closer look at why I love the “Harry Potter” books.
Join host Katy McDaniel and guest expert Emily Strand as they talk with author and wizard activist Caitlin Elizabeth Harper about the meaning of Quidditch – the sport from Queerditch Marsh – for the “Harry Potter” series. We look at the social and cultural value of the game in the wizarding world.