The Contact Page

Hi. John here. The best way to contact me depends upon the nature of your inquiry. So:

Questions about press and publicity should be directed to Elyse Marshall, whose email address is elyse.marshall((@)), except obviously without the parentheses.

Questions about movie rights and other things that involve money should go to my agent, the lovely and tenacious Jodi Reamer at Writers House. Her email address is jreamer((@))

The person to talk to about library visits and speaking engagements is Ashley Fontillas at the Penguin Speakers Bureau, who can be reached at Ashley.Fontillas((@)) (It should be noted that I travel very rarely these days.) My speaker profile can be found here.

If you would like to purchase signed copies of my books, you can do so through the first great bookstore love of my life, The Book Cellar in Chicago. Email words(@) and let them know the titles in which you are interested.

If you wish to send me something in the actual mail because you want to support the good men and women of the United States Postal Service, you are welcome to do so care of my publisher, Dutton Books for Young Readers, at 345 Hudson Street in the great city of New York, NY, zip code 10014. My P.O. Box is number 30152 in Indianapolis, IN 46230. However, please note that I do not reply to snail mail. There are no exceptions to this rule. I do not even reply to snail mail from my mom.

You can follow me on Twitter at @RealJohnGreen or like me on Facebook at JohnGreenFans. I also have a Tumblr and an Instagram at @JohnGreenWritesBooks

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Maylyn Vongkhamchanh January 22, 2015 at 3:25 pm

Maylyn Vongkhamchanh
Pathfinder K-8
1901 SW Genesee St.
Seattle WA 98106
January 15, 2015

Dear John Green,

Your book, The Fault in Our Stars, gave ranges of emotions to others as it did to me. The twist is where it began. Your writing made me feel as if I was in the story, and a part of Hazel and Augustus’s adventure. The Fault in Our Stars caused me to think about things I’ve never thought of before and differently about those certain things.

Mr. Green, this book taught and showed me how much a person can mean to another. The relationship of Hazel and Augustus brings me joy. One thing I can relate to is their relationship. I have feelings for someone myself and I like how we can laugh and smile about the smallest jokes and moments we have between us. Hazel and Augustus’s adventure together gave me an imagination of my future and how I would love to experience a relationship like theirs. A special time for them was when Augustus had an infection and called Hazel. Augustus told Hazel not to contact his parents, but of course she had to. I loved how much they care for each other!

This book caused me to think about how much a person is to someone. A friendship is not like money, you can’t waste it. When I read this book, I didn’t realize that I, myself, have great people in my life. My family and friends have all been a part of my life and I realized that they’re all something bigger than that. They mean more than I thought, without them I wouldn’t be who I am now. I wouldn’t be able to get supported to do what I enjoy. I wouldn’t have people who help me with my homework. I wouldn’t have the things I have now without them. I discovered a true appreciation for them after reading your book.

The Fault in Our Stars became my new friend. I laughed out loud at points of the book, I even cried with the book because of the tragic moments. It was like the book was a human being and that made it more meaningful to me. I felt as if I was a part of the story and it felt unimaginable because of the emotions the book held.

This book opened my eyes. It showed and caused me to remember about all of the unforgettable people I have. John Green, in the beginning when your book first came out, it didn’t pull me in to read it, but I’m happy I did. Thanks for writing The Fault in Our Stars. It is now definitely a great book of mine that I will never forget.

– Forever,

Maylyn Vongkhamchanh, Grade 6.


Victor January 23, 2015 at 3:05 am


I have just finished The Fault In Our Stars.
Without going into it, six months ago I went through a very traumatic phase in my life. I have been numb, John.
I know with times comes healing and I know that eventually I will move on to better things. Your book, however, gave me my first steps toward feeling again. Tonight the world came a little closer.
Today I feel a little less numb. Today I feel.

Looking forward to your other works and catching up on the past six months of vlogs.

With thanks,
Victor E


Olivia January 23, 2015 at 5:17 pm

Dear Mr. Green!
My name is Olivia and I’m from Poland.
I see that you are clearly not interested in fame by the lack of response to all these questions.
However, I have two questions for you, and you probably will ignore me, but I cherish the hope that you recognize me but for someone specific, like Alaska and wants me to answer these questions.
I’m waiting.
My mail –


Louise Comeau January 23, 2015 at 7:24 pm

Dear John green you are AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you have completly and utterly changed my life by writing the fault in our stars I kind of want to read paper towns is it something a fault in our stars lover would be interested in? ;) :-)


Louise Comeau January 23, 2015 at 7:27 pm

Dear John green I was also wondering if you could email me back ;-) my email is


Louise Comeau January 23, 2015 at 7:32 pm

Me again I just wanted to tell you I could really relate to your book because my grandma died of cancer and my mom got cancer aswell but she survived.


Sandy Sanchez January 24, 2015 at 3:19 am

Dear Mr. John Green
I read your book and it was wonderful wait more than wonderful it amazing. I loved it every part of it but at the end, the end is something I my self never saw coming just asking why did it have to end like that? I mean shouldn’t he have a little more meaning to it and about the book what is the whole point of that? About the end of the book but about that letter Augustus had sent the author but she says ” I do, Augustus.
I do” but in the movie at the end of the letter Augustus said “Okay Hazel Grace” and she says “Okay” why did they do that? Thank you for everything and for the book.
Sandy Sanchez


Avery January 24, 2015 at 6:52 am

Dear John,
My name is Avery and I’m in 6th grade. I’m working on a project where we get to choose our favourite author and make a poster about them, and I chose you. I had just one question to ask because I already found the rest, but here it is: Who or why were you inspired to write? Thank you for taking the time to reply, I truly appreciate it.
A.J.C., a true fan


Mia January 24, 2015 at 11:35 am

Dear John,
I love your work. The book The Fault In Our Stars is now my favorite book and it has been scince page 10. The way you described Hazel Grace and Gus Waterson’s life through each other was incredible. I now have gotten copy of the book for my birthday after loving it so much from checking it out from our school library.
Other kids in my grade have started to love your work as mush as me. I hope to read other books like this. The way you turned cancer into a amazing story is truly incredible. I would like to see more book from you like this. I am going to see the movie soon as well.
Sincerely, a 10 year old 4th grader and a huge fan,
Mia L Cowell.


Chloe January 24, 2015 at 7:19 pm

Dear John,
My name is Chloe. Im 13, and I don’t have much of a life. So, I have to find other things to do besides be a couch potato and do nothing while I look out the window at my cactus garden. So I decided I should probably read, because I guess it makes you smarter. And I had heard you were a spectacular artist so I went to the store and looked through some of your books. being completely honest, I still haven’t read the fault in our stars. Ive only seen the movie. but since I had already known what happened in that story, I decided against reading it. so I chose ‘Looking For Alaska’ because it looked pretty interesting. and let me tell you, Im one very slow reader but I could not put this book down and read it under 3 days flat.(which is an accomplishment in my eyes) this book has moved me so much. half way through, I was almost crying in class. then I got home that evening and read the rest of the book. its been a little less than a week since Ive read it and I still cant get over how fabulous it was. Im tempted to read it again. the fact that this story pertained to real events that could happen, just is amazing. you have changed my life so much. This book has given me a new outlook on who I should go about thing. cherish every moment with my friends and family. White flowers are now my favorite. this book has come in and taken over my life. Thank you very much, Mr.Green, you have changed me for the better. it is highly appreciated
Sincerely, A eighth grade girl, who loves and has connected to your fabulous writing, Chloe <3


Ariana January 24, 2015 at 10:12 pm

This will not be a poetic letter in which I thank you for writing you’re books and tell you that I relate to your characters and the stories saved my life, but this will be more of a reassuring idea that I attempted to contact you and a way to tell someone about my real self and them not actually hear it (unless you do read it, of coarse)
Okay. I am an almost high schooler that has a lot of friends, busy social life, and and a reputation that I’m not necessarily ashamed of. This seems like it would be great but I don’t feel of any worth right now. I love my friends and I wouldn’t want to lose them ever but I’m afraid they are my anchors into the sea of despair disguised as perfection. This is where you have come into my life. I cannot not relate to your characters. This is not because I don’t have cancer, I go to a public school, I’ve never had a boyfriend (and will probably never have any with the same name), don’t have a rebel friend, and am straight. I’m not like your characters bc of the way they act. They’re special and that’s why you decided to write about them. There life’s are ordinary but they aren’t. This made me realize that I’ve lost myself to the world. The real scary part of this is that I might not have lost myself, but found my real self. Your books haunt me in the decisions that I make daily, but not exactly in a good way. I relate to the bad guys in your books which has actually helped me decide who I would like to become and for that I’m thankful, the first step is at mittens what you’re doing wrong right? Anyway thank you for allowing me to take up space on your web page and being the one for me to talk to when I want no one to listen. If in the case you do find yourself reading this just know that I would think that’s awesome.


giulia January 25, 2015 at 6:57 am

caro jhon green ,
il suo libro è bellissimo . Non so come gli sia venuta in mente l’idea di scriverlo ma è stata veramente un’ottima idea . Volevo solo dirle che se un’imperiale afflizione e peter van houten esistessero davvero io andrei ad amsterdam per incontrare peter van houten ma non prima di aver letto il suo libro.
P.S: aspetto sue notizie.
Saluti giulia


giulia January 25, 2015 at 7:07 am

sono sempre io e volevo solo aggiungere che la stimo moltissimo e anche che se non ho il cancro lei riesce perfettamente a farmi arrivare le emozioni che proverebbero se esistessero veramente Hazel e Augustus .
Loro sono fantastici insieme ma l’unica cosa che non mi piace è………il finale . Perchè gus muore ? Non potrebbe continuare a vivere e rimanere con Hazel ? Aspetto le sue risposte.


Jaikrit January 25, 2015 at 8:50 am

I can’t believe I would write something like this to you or some other author actually this is the first one to u . Frankly I m not a book worm nor do I read books frequently but when I read the fault in our stars I loved it I first book I loved reading and got emotional also . Thank u. So much your book has given me a strange inspiration a great power thank u so much


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