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Harry Potter Fan Fiction and Fan Art

These are excellent resources for ideas and inspiration! Don't forget to read our own quality fan fiction at Flourish and Blotts!

Harry Potter Fireplaces

These are some of our favorite places for finding information about the Harry Potter books! Don't forget to read some of our own essays in our Sugar Quill Gringotts Vault!

  • The Akashic Record
    A complete listing of people, places, spells, and invented things in Harry Potter, with etymological information and other trivia.
  • Bibliomanic's
    A collection of Harry Potter related links and information. Created by our very own Jane.
  • Harry Potter Derivatives

  • By our very own C.C.G.P. A scholarly work that would never have come into existence if we all didn't find reading Latin dictionaries so fun and we didn't own Harry Potter in three different languages (four if you count American).
  • Harry Potter Fandom (Wikipedia Definition)
    Definition of the Harry Potter fandom from Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
  • Harry Potter International
    Do you know what Hogwarts is called in Germany, in the Netherlands, France or Finland? Go to this wonderful site to see Harry Potter translations from around the world!
  • Harry Potter Lexicon
    A lot of lists of words, all describing various aspects of the Harry Potter universe, by Steve Vander Ark
  • Harry Potter News! (at Yahoo)
    Check here for the latest news on the world of Harry Potter.
  • Harry Potter: The Ultimate Guide!
    One of the original Harry Potter web site, full of dictionaries, facts, chat, etc.
  • The Hogwarts Galleries
    An unofficial HP site jam-packed with pictures, games, and reference materials.
  • Hogwarts Primer
    An excellent site with summaries of all four books, a web ring, and links to Hogwarts' recipes!
  • Interview with J.K. Rowling
    This is an interview on NPR.ORG (Requires RealPlayer). Conducted just prior to Goblet of Fire's release.
  • J.K.
    THE official site of this brilliant author.
  • The Leaky Cauldron
    The place to go for Harry Potter news and updates.
  • Oddment-Tweak
    An amazing site that shows blueprints of the Hogwarts castle!
  • PotterFicWeekly
    Weekly podcasts discussing Harry Potter fan fiction - includes stories posted at the Sugar Quill!
  • Quick Quotes
    A searchable library of interviews with J. K. Rowling.
  • Scholastic
    This is the main Scholastic Harry Potter site for the books. The pronunciation guide may be found here. There are also Teacher Discussion Guides which may be helpful in working out ideas for stories. JKR Interviews may be found here as well.
  • Warner Brothers Harry Potter Site
    Official Harry Potter web site from Warner Brothers.
  • What's in a Name?
    Possibly the largest online archive of name definitions relating to the Harry Potter world.


Other Resources

  • American-British/British-American Dictionary
    Includes a spelling section and even information on holidays and money and so forth.
    "The preeminent Internet publisher of literature, reference, and verse, providing students, researchers, and the intellectally curious with unlimited access to books and information on the web, free of charge" Go here to search things like Bartlett's Quotations, Roget's Thesaurus, American Heritage Dictionary, Strunk and White's grammar, World Factbook, Art of Writing, and many other valuable reference materials.
  • Behind the Name
    The etymology and history of first names.
  • The Very Best of British
    The Best of British: The American's guide to speaking British. Particularly good on slang, and is just a lot of fun to read.
  • Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
    Jane Straus' easy-to-use reference guide and workbook is now available as an online resource.
  • Bulfinch's Mythology Online
    Classical (Roman/Greek) mythology, with a little Eastern, Northern, and Egyptian mythology thrown in, as well as the legends of King Arthur and Charlemagne.
  • Calendar
    A 10,000 year calendar to get those weekdays in your fan fic just right.
  • CIA World Factbook
    Want to describe the secret location of Durmstrang, or write a story about Charlie and his dragons in Rumania? Use this handy reference tool to get basic information about different countries.
  • Dr. Merlin's Guide to Fan Fiction
    A wonderful overview of the world of fan fiction writing.
  • Eclectic Writer
    A wonderful website with hundreds of links for the aspiring author.
  • Encyclopedia Mythica
    An encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and legend.
  • Fiction Writer's Character Chart
    A very helpful checklist for developing your characters from the Eclectic Writer website.
  • Kabalarian Philosophy
    An excellent resource for character names.
  • Latin Dictionaries
    A Latin Lookup, which holds about 90,000 entries
  • Latin - English Dictionary or Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid (at Notre Dame Archives)
    Want to make up your own spell words? Start by searching for terms in these helpful dictionaries.
  • Latin-English Dictionary/English-Latin Dictionary (at UBC Sunsite)
    Want to make up your own spell words? Start by searching for terms in these helpful dictionaries.
  • OWL - Online Writing Lab (Purdue University)
    Lots of helpful handouts about grammar and research from Purdue University's Online Writing Lab!
  • Plant Fact Sheet
    North Carolina State University - you can find flowers/trees/wildflowers listed by their scientific name. Helpful if you're doing herbal or potions work.
  • Project Gutenberg
    The original site for etexts of favorite classics.
    This site provides address searching and street map facilities for the UK.
  • Think! Baby Names
    Here you will find thousands of baby names - from the most popular to the traditional to the highly unusual and unique, including hundreds that only recently have been coined or rediscovered.
  • Translation Services (AltaVista World)
    "Cette nourriture de Hogwarts est si lourde " is something that Fleur might say to a fellow student of Beauxbatons. Translation services aren't perfect yet, but it'll be good enough that we probably won't know the difference!
  • Visual Thesaurus
    An experiment in language and interface, Plumb Design's Visual Thesaurus is both an artistic exploration and a tool to explore, study, and analyze the structure of language. By displaying the interrelationships between words and meanings as spatial maps, the Visual Thesaurus translates language into a visible architecture.
  • World Myths and Legends
    Myths are stories that explain why the world is the way it is. All cultures have them. Throughout history, artists have been inspired by myths and legends and have given them visual form. Sometimes these works of art are the only surviving record of what particular cultures believed and valued. But even where written records or oral traditions exist, art adds to our understanding of myths and legends.
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