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- Travis’s articles at Suite101.com
- Zossima Press
- The Mythopoeic Society
- Hogwarts Professor – John Granger’s blog
- Harry Potter Prognostications – Greg and Penny, colleagues in podcasting
- Redecorating Middle-Earth in Early Lovecraft – Blog of Amy Sturgis, PhD, published author and author of “Harry Potter is a Hobbit.”
- Eeyore’s Reflections – I’ve always enjoyed and learned from Pat’s insights.
- NoWhere on the Ohio River – Dave’s blog
- Behold a Phoenix – Johnny’s blog
- Quoththemaven – Janet Batchler
- Shell Cottage and BabyBlue Cafe
- Journey to the Sea – a blog on mythmaking
- GuyNamedDave – David Bruno’s blog (and be sure to check out ChristianAudio.com)
- Harry Potter Fan Zone
- Mything Thinking
- logospilgrim – “Hope is the message I expound in my writings.” ~ logospilgrim
- Virtuous Wizardry – “Knowledge, self-discipline, and virtue in Harry Potter”
- Madam Pince’s Potter Pages – blog of Lisa from Accio Quote
- Accio Quote – Rowling in her own words: a vast resource of JKR interviews.
- The Leaky Cauldon – A tremendous, comprehensive HP site.
- Harry Potter Lexicon – The most exhaustive reference source for Harry Potter available.
- Mugglenet – Bunch of Muggles talkin’ Harry. This ranges from very intelligent readers to wild-eyed fans, but in either case, it can be a lot of fun.
- Scholastic.com’s Harry Potter Site – Here’s your info from the publisher.
- Warners Brothers – Here’s all your info from the folks making the movies.
- J.K. Rowling – Of course, there’s got to be a link to the author herself.
- Harry Potter Automatic News Aggregator – excellent source of Harry Potter news.
- Christians and Harry Potter – HP from a Christian perspective
- Muggle Matters – More HP blogging from a Christian perspective.
- Felicity’s Reflections – A small collection of fascinating pre-Deathly Hallows essays.
The essays written by the Blogengamot members can be searched in several ways. You can use the Google Search on the sidebar of the main page. You can look through the Tag Cloud on the sidebar as well. Or, you could visit theArchives page, where all previous posts are organized by date as well as by category.
Along with writing for The Hog’s Head, Travis wrote articles on Harry Potter for Suite101.com before an early retirement from that establishment:
Below are offsite articles by other authors who have either contributed significantly to HP studies, or have taken up the defense of the series against unreasonable criticism (and by that, I’m referring to the ban-Potter for religious reasons types). I have taken down the articles that were primarily speculations on Book 7.
- Book Binders – John Granger discusses Harry Potter and the Great Books. Fantastic article.
- The Alchemist’s Tale – Literary alchemy is probably the most important (and under-appreciated) issue to understanding the Harry Potter series. John Granger gives us a great introduction in this Touchstone article.
- Pro Harry Potter – Michael Spencer, the Internet Monk, writes a letter to the administration of the Chrsitian school where he’s employed, in favor of the novels.
- The Good Spell of Harry Potter – Leif (Eric) Rigney of the BHT writes an excellent essay in defense of the books for children – even Christian ones.
- Harry for Catholics? – Regina Doman tackles the issue.
- Harry Potter is a Hobbit – Amy H. Sturgis, PhD. This is a pdf file.
- Saints and Serpents – Echoes of an age-old war in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter, by Jonathan King.
- Harry Potter and the Charmed Christians, Part I and Part II – LaShawn Barber defends Harry Potter from a Christian perspective.
Other Harry Potter Podcasts