International

“Are We Breaking Gender Rule?”

January 31, 2019 0

By Annemieke Drost If you’re referring to the average quidditch livestream crew, probably. Over the past 1.5 years, I have worked behind the scenes at six quidditch livestreams, including World Cup Florence, and for a lot […]

Argentina

Preview: Copa Del Sur

December 14, 2018 0

By Nicole Hammer and Alejo Enriquez Last year, three countries competed at the 2017 Copa del Sur tournament. This event showcased the playing of South America and was hosted by Chile, an emerging area of […]

International

In Response to N.O.’s Open Letter

December 13, 2018 0

By Mel Müller Editor’s Note: Mel Müller is one of the two editors-in-chief at QP. They formerly played and coached Lucerne’s quidditch team Pilatus Patronus and are currently national beater coach of Team Switzerland. All […]

Analysis

The End of An Era

November 27, 2018 0

By Steffen Wirsching Editor’s Note: Steffen Wirsching is the coach of Team Germany and plays for Darmstadt Athenas. For years, the quidditch landscape in Germany was dominated by three teams: Rheinos Bonn, Darmstadt Athenas, and […]

Analysis

Broomtislava 2018 Recap

October 15, 2018 0

By Paulina Hausner Quidditch in central Europe has a rather short history compared to other regions. Nevertheless, teams from this part of the continent are getting better year by year and the community is visibly […]

Canada

Ready, Brooms Up?

September 25, 2018 1

Editor’s Note: After our bit of annual summer break where our volunteers were on (well-deserved) holidays, or studying, or working, we are back with an article by our former CEO Austin Wallace. Of course, we […]