The just-released audio documentary ‘The Witch Trials of J.K. Rowling’ explores the debate surrounding one of the world’s most successful authors and her controversial views on gender and sex.
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Why We All Love Dobby
Twenty five years after the release of the first ever Harry Potter book, a look at why Dobby the house elf is one of the most beloved characters from …
Reality Check: On Growing Up
A poem on the ups and downs of growing up, and the unraveling of reality through time.
Harry Potter and the Legacy of the World’s Most Famous Boy Wizard
Twenty years after the release of the first Harry Potter film, does he continue to charm children and adults alike?
Reading ‘Harry Potter’ in a New Light During the Pandemic
Rereading the book now means finding new ways of identifying with the characters, especially in the seventh book, where Harry finds himself struggling with isolation.
The Curse of Binge Watching
Storytelling has changed, but the allure of escaping into a story remains the same, mental and physical health concerns be damned.
Why We Must Lower Our Expectations of Reading
One by one, slowly and steadily, I'm learning how to talk to books again.
‘Fantastic Beasts’ Unpacks Far Right Politics but Gives Us Something to Hope for Too
Extremism in politics is our reality. We are each day pushed towards choosing sides. But there is always an opposition to counter an unjust regime.