Magical publication

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Magical publications are papers, magazines or tabloids published within the British magical community.

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[edit] Challenges in Charms

Challenges in Charms is a magical journal with a focus on charms. It it one of the publications that published the work of young Albus Dumbledore.


[edit] The Daily Prophet

The Daily Prophet is a widespread newspaper that puts out a morning and evening paper. The paper also had a close connection with the Ministry of Magic during the return of Lord Voldemort.


[edit] The Practical Potioneer

The Practical Potioneer is a magical journal with a focus on Potions. It it one of the publications that published the work of young Albus Dumbledore.

[edit] The Quibbler

The Quibbler is a magical tabloid ran by Xenophilius Lovegood. It was the paper Harry Potter choose to tell his account of Lord Voldemort's return and the death of Cedric Diggory. The Quibbler has often been an object of ridicule in the magical world because it's been known to report things that are untrue and to print articles about creatures that do not exist (Crumple-Horned Snorkacks being the prominent example). In addition to printing Harry's account of Voldemort's return, it also supported Harry for a time after the fall of the Ministry of Magic to Voldemort. Thus, it is a publication that tends to print the truth when the Daily Prophet does not, and falsehoods when it does.


[edit] Transfiguration Today

Transfiguration Today is a magical journal with a focus on transfigurations. It is one of the publications that published the work of young Albus Dumbledore.

[edit] Which Broomstick

Which Broomstick is a magical magazine used for selling, advertising and discussing broomsticks and Quidditch.


[edit] Witch Weekly

Witch Weekly is a popular magical woman's magazine. It's known for it's annual "Most Charming Smile" award, which went to Gilderoy Lockhart five times.