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Convention Alley Announces Key Note Speakers

Posted by: sue
May 18, 2008, 06:17 PM

Convention Alley, the Harry Potter gathering due to be held in Ottawa, Ontario Canada in June of this year, has now announced their key note speakers. Speaking will be author John Granger, who will be presenting his piece “Unlocking Deathly Hallows: Five Keys for a Greater Appreciation of the Last Harry Potter Novel,” and Dr. Karen J. Kebarle on the topic of her forthcoming book “If Rowling says Dumbledore is Gay, is he Gay?” Registration for the event in Canada which will be held June 19-22 includes both keynote presentations as well the regularly scheduled programming and all meals. To find out more on Convention Alley, please click here.

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