• Bloomsbury defends Potter pricing. [Telegraph]
  • Meet Christopher Little, probably the richest agent in publishing as a result of Harry Potter. [Observer]
  • The cost of HP security: a cool 10 million pounds. [Telegraph]
  • But even with tightened security, the books might not make all the money publishers are looking for. [LA Times]
  • Two teens have started a Harry Potter vigil in Fairbanks, Alaska. [Seattle Times]
  • Critical comment one: Ron Charles wonders if 325 million sales just means a lot of collective kool-aid drinking. [WaPo]
  • Critical comment two: Kevin Nance went from a cranky Muggle to an addicted Potter fan. [Sun-Times]