30 June Edition of The Quibbler Now Online

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Jul 01, 2011

Posted by John Admin

The 30th June issue of The Quibbler,
Leaky’s monthly publication for “all the news you won’t find anywhere else”,
is now available for download. This month’s issue marks the 3rd anniversary of Leaky’s online edition of The Quibbler, before you rush out into the Great Outdoors for camping this summer, be sure to read Professor Longbottom’s common sense warnings about dealing with trees.

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 contributor: Julian.

Happy reading!





9 Responses to 30 June Edition of The Quibbler Now Online

Avatar Imageginevra47 says: I look forward to this every month!Avatar Imageplatinumhimani says: me too.. I just love quibblerAvatar ImageWON_TWO says: Nothing to quibble about!Avatar ImageAcelineWeasley says: yay! cannot wait to print it out and put it into my copy of the QuibblerAvatar Imagekyrstalkris says: Why does it always require downloading? );Avatar ImagePotters_pal says: Cool!!!Avatar Imagewordsaremagic says: kyrstalkris *WBM* {LWA} asked "Why does it always require downloading?" It is not an html web page but a document printed and sent out by owls to wizards. The Ministry of Magic allows a special intergerment edition to be made available to the families of Muggle-borns and squibs who wish to keep up with events in the wizarding world. Because this intermernet edition doesn't use moving images, Muggles who accidently log-in and download are under the impression that it is just a pretend document; otherwise, it might threaten to violate the International Secrecy Statutes. Until the Wisengamot rules differently, this PDF version is all that will be available. The Wizengamot is rather old fashioned, I am afraid. But if you want web pages rather than PDF, you will have to petition the Wizengamot and the Ministry of Magic of a change in law.Avatar ImageMariaKeis says: FabulousAvatar ImageGiant Squid says: Just got back from a camping trip. Should have read Professor Longbottom's warning first :P

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