Enquiries

THE ICKABOG STORY

You should find the answers to any questions you have about the story and the serialisation in our FAQs.

The Ickabog will initially be available in UK and US English. Information regarding additional languages will be coming soon.

ILLUSTRATION COMPETITION

The Ickabog Illustration Competition, through which you could win the prize of your artwork being featured in the published book, is being managed by the publishers in each country. Please note that J.K. Rowling is not judging The Ickabog Illustration Competition herself, and we cannot receive artworks by email or any other means.

If you have a question about entering your drawing or artwork into the official illustration competition, please go to the publisher’s website in your country, listed below.

Residents of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and India may enter via the UK publisher’s competition:

www.hachettechildrens.co.uk/theickabogcompetition

Residents of the USA and Canada may enter via the US publisher’s competition:

www.scholastic.com/illustrationcompetition

If you (or your parent/guardian if you are under thirteen) have a question about sharing your artwork on social media, please have a look at our Social Media and Website Gallery Terms here.

MEDIA ENQUIRIES

For media enquiries regarding The Ickabog, please go to the Media Kit on this website where you will find a press release, logo, author biography and an author photograph.

J.K. Rowling is not available for interview, but if you have a media enquiry that is not answered in the Media Kit, please contact J.K. Rowling’s PR team at info@jkrowling.com

OTHER ENQUIRIES

For fan mail and more information about other aspects of the Wizarding World, Harry Potter, or J.K. Rowling please visit www.wizardingworld.com or www.jkrowling.com, where you will find a fan mail address.

If you have a query about rights or publishing, please email info@theblairpartnership.com

CHARITY ENQUIRIES

J.K. Rowling has chosen to support people affected by coronavirus in a number of ways, including through the free Harry Potter At Home initiative and by pledging to donate her royalties from the publication of The Ickabog book later in the year. For this reason, she is regrettably unable to consider further support for charities or individuals at the moment.