J.K.Rowling

The copy of "The Tales of Beedle the Bard" also features illustrations by the "Harry Potter" author.
"Avada Kedavra You-Know-Who's name from your browser to Make America Great Again."
Well said, J.K. Seven years later, she's still getting backlash from those who weren't happy with the author's decision. When
This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Geoffrey Reemer, Game of Thrones Fanboy Draco Malfoy would be sitting
(MYFOX NATIONAL) - A new book by a former speechwriter for President George W. Bush includes a report that White House officials
The only woman in her University of California Berkeley law school class, Doris defied the odds throughout her life, achieving significant victories for labor, and political activists.
There's so much wonderful style, wit and even genuine pathos holding this stuff together that only an idiot could deny the many charms of this franchise.
"We do a lot of big tours, and Harry Potter is one of the bigger ones," said British Tours operator Jason Doll-Steinberg
The best client you could have if you are an intellectual property lawyer is JD Salinger. The second best is JK Rowling.
A lot of moguls have done the Commencement speech thing in recent weeks. Over at The Business Insider, we compiled 10 of the best of recent years.
Here's my issue: I'm a Craig Ferguson junkie--and Ferguson and Fallon are now late-night talk show rivals at 12:30. I love his brain. He and his boss Dave Letterman are TV's smartest guys.
Flaab.com launched a mere 26 days ago, but because it's designed by recent Stanford economics grad Kenneth Shaw for maximum humiliation, nauseating enemies quickly emerged.
Christmas comes early for Harry Potter fans! J.K. Rowling's new book, The Tales of Beedle the Bard - her first major work
Careful Ms Rowling, Harry Potter is deeper and more universal than you may have realized. Your books belong not just to you alone.
Tomorrow's the big day: On the "Today" show tomorrow morning, Time's Rick Stengel will announce who the vaunted "Person of
The Harry Potter Alliance put out "Rocking Out Against VoldeMedia," which is aimed at building awareness and action against FCC Chairman Kevin Martin's current rush to gut media consolidation rules.
I'm sure J. K. Rowling's recent revelations sparked plenty of dinner table conversations. But the conversations feel more like gossip than discussion.