|Name:||Megan Morrison |
|Alias(es):||Arabella, Meg Kelley, arabe1la|
|Communities:||The Sugar Quill|
|URL:||arabe1la at LiveJournal (deleted late 2003 or early 2004)|
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Arabella and her co-founder of The Sugar Quill, Zsenya, have been known to be unusually open with the real world and the press about their fannish activities. She has given a number of interviews to news sources that address topics such as the educational benefits of fanfiction.
- The Web of Magic: When two grown-up fans of the Harry Potter series put their heads together, they create a little magic of their own: Sugarquill.net (2003) The Baltimore Sun
- Harry Potter and the Copyright Lawyer (2003) The Washington Post
- Arabella has given a number of interviews to news sources such as National Public Radio 
- After the End, co-written with Zsenya
- Hermione, Queen of Witches Series (Books 1-5)
- Companion Pieces: Ron Rants Years Three & Four
- Sine Qua Non
- Not as a Last Resort
- Sequel: Getting the Point
- The More is My Unrest, co-written with Jedi Boadicea
- Rising from Ashes, co-written with Jedi Boadicea (sequel to above)
- The Very Secret Diary
- Arabella has given a number of interviews with official news sources that link her fandom pseud and her real name. The article The Web of Magic was published in the The Baltimore Sun (30 July 2003), and talks about her and Zsenya "publicly 'fess[ing] up" to their fanish activities.
- Magoo, et al. Sugar Quill, A History. Accessed 9 August 2010 via the Wayback Machine.
- Meg Kelley. Chance Encounters. Published 16 October 2000. (Accessed 8 August 2010.)