1940s or earlier
Kennilworthy Whisp was a famous author and renowned Quidditch expert. Whisp has written several books related to Quidditch, including his most famous work, Quidditch Through the Ages. Whisp resides in Nottinghamshire in England, and divides his time between his home and wherever the Wigtown Wanderers are playing. His hobbies include playing backgammon, vegetarian cookery, and collecting vintage broomsticks.
- Quidditch Through the Ages
- The Wonder of Wigtown Wanderers
- He Flew Like a Madman (a biography of "Dangerous" Dai Llewellyn)
- Beating the Bludgers - A Study of Defensive Strategies in Quidditch
The author's surname may be derived from the Old English word "Wisp", meaning a small bundle of straw (such as might be found at the end of a broom). "Kenilworth" is also the name of a town in Warwickshire, England.