Summer with Harry Potter and the Sacred Text has ended
Each Summer with HPST ticket purchased directly helps us continue to pay our employees a living wage, produce high-quality podcasts for you to enjoy, and support you, our loving community. We have several ticket options for every kind of HPST fan. From a retreat for those wanting to make space during this hectic time, to a virtual camp to give kids and parents some sustenance when normal camps might be closed, to fun workshops and live shows by your fave pod hosts—we know there’s something you’ll love.

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If you have any questions about which ticket would be right for you or any other logistics, email us at harrypottersacredtext@gmail.com and we’ll be happy to help. 

Check out the Schedule--you can filter by Hogwarts Alum, Hogwarts Family Camp, Quidditch World Cup, and Campfire Show tickets to see what you get with each track. Once you’ve decided which track is right for you, click over to the Tickets tab to purchase!
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Witch Please

Witch, Please is a fortnightly podcast about the Harry Potter world. In each episode the hosts, feminists and lady-scholars Hannah McGregor and Marcelle Kosman, take a deep dive into one of the Harry Potter books, tackling topics like Harry’s unreliable narration, Hermione’s feminist activism, and the outrageous burden of emotional labour that Mrs. Weasley takes on.

Hannah McGregor is the co-host of Witch, Please, a feminist podcast about the Harry Potter world, and the host of Secret Feminist Agenda, a podcast about how we enact our feminism in our everyday lives. She’s an Assistant Professor of Publishing at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, where her research focuses on the intersection of publishing and social change, including podcasting as a form of publicly engaged scholarship.

Marcelle Kosman (sometimes spelled Marcel Kosman) is the co-host of Witch, Please, a feminist podcast about the Harry Potter world. She is *this close* to finishing her dissertation, which is an investigation of early Canadian women's science fiction and fantasy writing as a tool for the circulation of white feminist politics, and is an Edmonton-based writer, instructor, ideas generator, parent, and cat mom.

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Saturday, August 1

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