We all want to discover who we truly are – but what happens when we don't like what we find?
I barricaded my bedroom door shut with my PE kit, fired up the dial-up, and took my first step into the “with genitals” version of Harry Potter.
The party appears to favour having its cake and eating it – yet the dilemma is not insuperable.
We revist the “mad” women of Harry Potter, both good, bad and somewhere in between.
How Bloomsbury used the Harry Potter series to make publishing eco-friendly.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the Netflix wrestling comedy GLOW, a new fanfiction-based web series called FANtasies and the millennial crime drama Search Party.
It’s increasingly clear I did not know what the word grimaced meant.
The students at Hogwarts are living in an echo chamber of secrets.
At first, JK Rowling was considered a local author done good, rather than fiction’s future megastar.
My time in the gutter taught me how much the homeless deserve our compassion.
Reports of the form’s death – and rebirth – have always been greatly exaggerated.
The Zombie PM