Leaky News Archives for June 2003
The Associated Press and USA Today are also being considered by Scholastic for legal action for printing a review with spoilers prior to the embargo being released.
All right. We lied. We're back for ONE MORE POST: JK Rowling shows up in Edinburgh for a surprise OotP reading. Lucky, lucky, lucky fans. Is she cool or WHAT?
Again: Happy canon, everyone.
Well. Thats it then. Were out of here. See you on the flip side, which will be Tuesday morning.
To send us off, we bring you the wonderful poetry of editor Megan Morrison, who has written something we think sums everything up.
Happy canon, everyone.
Call this not fiction;
judge whats real
By whom you gained
Today is a day of beginnings and a day of endings. It's the end of what has been a three year wait; a wait that has brought us all together in the name of something wonderful.
Yes, this is borderline cheese but think about it. Take a moment and think about all the people you've met, in your town, in your city andContinued...
Soon, we will freeze TLC until Tuesday. I wanted to say a few things first.
I entered this fandom for one reason: to find out the release date for book five. I had finished GoF back in 2000 sure that someone, somewhere would know when book five was coming out, and I was going to hunt that person down. IContinued...
Hey guys, a couple of interviews to report: On Monday at 7:10am ET (6:10 central) I'll beon KKAR in Nebraska - if anyone can make an mp3/transcript I'd be very appreciative of it! Also, I'll be on SPIN 103 in Ireland on Saturday morning at roughly 1pm - if anyone can make an mp3/transcript we'd send you a hug!Continued...
Hey guys - be sure to check out Newsround later this evening starting 7pm ET - they're going to be having updates, pictures of the book and other things that can make you have an attack while waiting.
MSNBC has a transcript from tonight's Rowling interview airing on Dateline (previously aired on the TODAY Show). (Minor Spoilers)
Tonight at 9pm, the interview airs on NBC's Dateline. Transcripts, please!
I've updated Quick Quotes with this morning's London Times interview as well as the one with Jeremy Paxman on BBC Two. Minor Spoilers
Steve Van Der Ark is set to be on Weekend Today on NBC tomorrow, sometime between seven and nine in the morning, talking about the Lexicon and tonight's book release. And if anyone can do a video capture for him, that would be great - but don't email it to us without sending us a note aboutContinued...
Remember Aimée Carter, the teen fanfic author who published her first book, Phoenix Ashes, at 16? Well, Aimée's been busy finishing her trilogy, and I've been busy editing the second book in this talented teen's set, Words Without Rhyme - we'll bring you details on when that'sContinued...
Those who would like to read what was filed in the court case against the New York Daily News can find it in this PDF document.
I received quite an unexpected email from Arthur A Levine's assistant a few moments ago. I was so incredibly impressed and feel that his response and action so reflect what it is to be a Harry Potter fan, that I'm printing it in full.
I'm Cheryl Klein, Arthur Levine's assistant, and he asked me to write