JK Rowling is no stranger to raising her political voice – especially if it’s against Donald Trump – but there’s one of her contributions to politics that we’ll never see or hear. Or wear, actually.
Not only did JK once write a ‘political fairy tale’ for children, she also scrawled it all over a dress and then wore it as a Halloween costume. Why not, eh?
In an interview with CNN‘s Christiane Amanpour, Rowling revealed the pretty amazing story behind the missing piece.
Saying that she celebrated her 50th birthday on Halloween with a party theme of “your own private nightmare” (nice), she explained how the story was involved in her costume.
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“I went as a lost manuscript,” she said. “And I wrote over a dress most of that book.
“So that book, I don’t know whether it will ever be published, but it’s actually hanging in a wardrobe currently.”
We don’t know what we want to see more – the story itself or the dress it’s written on.
One political comment that isn’t hiding away in JK’s wardrobe is her recent burn against President Trump. Yep, there’s been another one.
After Trump tweeted a series of sexist comments, Jo retweeted the current president and captioned it with a quote from Abraham Lincoln.
“‘Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.’ Abraham Lincoln,” she wrote. Now that is something we’d wear on a dress.
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