J.K. Rowling Reveals 'History of Magic in North America' Titles & Themes
A new installment will be released on the site each day March 9-11 at 9 a.m. EST, EW reports.
“Seventeenth Century and Beyond” will debut Wednesday (March 9) and covers the Salem witch trials, explaining why being a witch or wizard is more dangerous in North America than it is in Europe.
“Rappaport’s Law” debuts Thursday (March 10) and discusses strict laws about wizarding secrecy in the 18th century.
“1920s Wizarding America” debuts Friday (March 11) and tells the story of “the American makers of the finest wizarding implements.”