March Edition of The Quibbler Now Online

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Mar 28, 2011

Posted by John Admin

The March issue of The Quibbler,
Leaky’s monthly publication for “news that no-one else will publish”,
is now available for download. March’s edition features articles on the nefarious behaviour of members of the Ministry of Magic, a new muck-racking book by Rita Skeeter, a narrow
escape by Quibbler employee “Bob,” and accusations that Elvis was
abusing the wizards of Scandinavia.

Regular favourites such as Aberforth’s page three girls, Luna’s Letters and
puzzles also feature. You can download a PDF version of The Quibbler at this link or find the zipped file version right here. You can also have a read of past Quibblers via this link.

If you are interested in contributing to future issues of The Quibbler, the guidelines and instructions for submissions can be found at this link.

Many thanks once again to the creative team behind The Quibbler,
made up of DorisTLC, Dreamteam, Evreka, Iheartprofessorsnape, Janemarple9, Lirene, paint it Black, Rudius
Hagrid, SeverineSnape, Songbird, Snapes-Sister, wordsaremagic and this issue’s
guest contributors: Daria, LoonySeverus, Mathilida Merryweather and Strawberry Finch.

Happy reading!





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