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 @JohnGreen or like me on Facebook at JohnGreenFans. I also have a Tumblr and an Instagram at @JohnGreenWritesBooks

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Weston April 10, 2015 at 1:51 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I am a middle and high school social studies teacher who wants to throw big ups your way for the excellent Crash Course series, especially World History and World History 200. I use them in conjunction with my teaching, and my kids love the vids as much as I do. It’s truly great content. Thanks a lot!



Frieda Jackson April 10, 2015 at 3:05 pm

Dear John Green,

My name is Frieda Jackson and I’m 12 years old and had left you a pretty long letter if you don’t mind. I recently contacted you on Facebook thanks to this website. I would appreciate it if you took the time to read it which is a pretty small chance, since you have a lot of fans who been trying to contact you as well along with all the posts on this wall.
I know I’m not as or more important than all the others. I just would love if you can just take some time to read it and see how you have affected my life, literally. Sadly you may not get around to it, since being such a famous and admired author as you have a lot to do that can be very perplexing. As dangerous and as stupid as what I am about to do i will leave my phone number. But I believe it could be worth the risk….


Frieda Jackson


Piotr April 10, 2015 at 4:49 pm


Do you have Paypal account? I want to donate you some money.
Please answer by sending an email to

Best wishes


Mathew Gutierrez April 10, 2015 at 6:54 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I want to change the world. I am reaching out to you because I believe you, and everyone else who sees this can help me. You are not the first author I have tried to contact, and you won’t be the last. I don’t believe in using that sad sappy fan card that everyone uses. “I know you’re busy but.. I know you probably won’t see this..” Truth be told, if you wanted to you will get around to it. I want to chane the world. We are in dark times and I believe we have the power to fix that. My contact information will be below when you’re ready. I hope this finds you well.

I’ll be waiting


Mallory Shaffer April 10, 2015 at 9:35 pm

Good evening Mr.Green my name is Mallory Shaffer from Claxton,Georgia 15 years old and I read your book “The Fault In Our Stars.” Let me just say I loved every minute and every page of it. Since I have read your book, I have been pondering on the same question all day everyday.
1. When Gus died, if there is a heaven would he get a together with Caroline Mathers?

2. When Hazel dies, would she be with Gus to?

And finally,

3. While coming up with the character Issac, did you intend to make his name sound like his problem like Issac is blind, right, and his name is Issac yeah your cool lol.

Mr.Green Would you mind please answering my questions I promise I will not tell anyone I swear.

~Mallory Shaffer


Abbey Ferrer April 10, 2015 at 10:56 pm

Dear Mr John Green,

I understand that you get a lot of mail from fans. I also understand that you probably are too busy to even be reading this but if you are I’m extremely lucky.

I’m going to try and skip praising you in this letter, I know you are an amazing author and you must get told that by every person who sends you mail but there are other things I’d like to ask you, in hopes that you do in fact answer. Although I know you probably won’t you can’t blame me for trying.

I’m positive that you are aware of your writing skills but I’d just quickly like to admire your ability to take real life problems and write about them. Your book The Fault in our Stars really captures the hardships and reality of cancer (a real problem in the modern day) and opens peoples eyes of how tough some people’s lives are. Before your book was published and then got a movie adaptation I believe people dismissed cancer too easily and I’m certain that your book has changed the way people look at the world, I know it has for me.

John, if you are reading this and do plan on replying (I know this is highly unlikely, I do not have high expectations as some others would) I have a few questions.
What happens to Hazel after the end of the book? As you said yourself even though a character dies doesn’t mean the others don’t live on. Although that is a question that always seems to be buzzing in my head I know that you cannot answer it. That’s not a very important literary question but I can’t help but let my mind wonder.

The quote you use ‘Some infinities are bigger than other infinities’ can seem like just another quote to people who think their hair or makeup is more important than education and health but to those of us who can see beyond the words and understand the true, deep meaning of it can properly interpret what it’s supposed to mean and pin-point times in our lives where that quote is accurate to us.

I’m an aspiring author and I strive to write books that make people understand things they won’t experience in their lifetimes or problems they can’t even imagine themselves facing but the reality is these hardships are out there and I want to help people become aware of these things through creativity and writing. I don’t want to write just another fictional story I want to write something that will make people understand the reality of the world. I know it’ll be a while until I get something published, that is if I ever get something published, I’m not pretentious enough to believe that a young twelve year old like me can get a published book. Do you have any tips you could give me to help achieve my goals?

You have a large group of people who like your work but liking something and understanding it are two completely different things. Some people like it because they think it’s cute or romantic or they like it because of it’s popularity and they want to fit in to the crowd but very few of us actually truly understand the deeper meaning and message behind it.

I hope you do get the chance to reply to my letter.

Abbey Ferrer
P.S my email address is


Annie C April 11, 2015 at 12:19 pm

Hi Mr. Green!
I’m a big fan of all your books, especially “An Abundance of Katherines”. On this website, I read that you never looked into the anagram possibilities of “An Abundance of Katherines”, so after much trial-and-error (including “Cabana Faked Noun There Sin”), I give you:
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I hope you enjoyed that, as it took me roughly two hours to anagram.
- Annie C.


Megan may April 11, 2015 at 8:35 pm

Dear mr. John green,
I’m writing this letter to 1. Thank you for writing your book, they all had an impact on my life, 2. Tell you that in The Fault In Our Stars you got me perfectly right. The character Hazel Grace and me have a ton in comman, including thoughts about death and after life and angles to the color of nail polish we wear. I do not have cancer but I do have Juvenal Rheumatoid Arthritis and I found a lot of medical similarities. I have read this book billions of times and cry my head off more each time but I just wanted to let you know that your character Hazel Grace is me. You got me perfectly right and I wanted to thank you. 3. The main reason I wanted to contact you is because I am writing a book myself and wanted to know if I could mention your book in it since it is a big part of my life. Ace and I shared our first kiss by way of alrighty being our always as okay was Hazel and Augustus’s always. The book I am writing is going to be about me but with a different name. 4. The last thing I wanted to ask from you was advice about writing a book and also if there is anyway in the world that I could converse with Shailene Woodley, she is my all time favorite actor and I would just love to be friends with her. I hope you have the time to read my letter Mr. Green and if you are reading this I hope that you would reply and thank you for your time.
From, Megan May


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kind of loses it’s meaning. it’s still all about the cool
kids. good for you. you are the cool kid.


Victoria Anne April 12, 2015 at 12:18 am

Hello, I would just like to start out saying you are indeed “The Most Amazing Person Ever”. I do not say author, because your brilliance does not stop at your ability to write incredible books. You are an amazing father aswell, I see that much from your videos of Henry and your new baby girl Alice. My father, sadly passed from lung cancer when I was around the age of 5, so really the lack of a father is normal to me, I barely knew having a father was considered normal for most intill the age of 9. But when I watch and/or read your work, I feel as though you are in a way my father (As weird as that sounds) You are my mentor, the closest thing I have to a father.


Maya April 12, 2015 at 2:30 am


I just re watched the evening of awesome from Carnegie Hall a few years ago. It was awesome. I am a huge Mountain Goats fan myself, and seeing you and Hank jamming out at the end made me smile very big. I’m seeing them live in Chicago next week.

Love your books, love what you do for the world. Keep it up.

15, from WI


Jennifer April 12, 2015 at 4:23 am

Hey this is Jennifer. I just read your book The Fault In Our Stars and I have some questions that are kinda cliche because they are very much so like the character Hazel wanting to know more about An Imperial Affliction.
1. With most loves the partner dies not long after their love. How long does Hazel last in her fight against cancer?

2. What happens with her parents after she passes away? Do they end up helping other families and stay together?

3. Does Hazel recover from the death of Augustus or does it destroy her will to live without him?

4. Does the Waters and Lancaster families stay close even after Gus’s death?

If you could get back to me on that it would be greatly appreciated :) never before has a book touched me so because I went through a fight with cancer with my grandpa. It started in one place the spread throughout his body similar to Gus. He died 4 days after being sent home while watching the fireworks with me through a window. It broke my heart and your book actually helped me realize things I hadn’t before. If I would’ve read it before I was diagnosed with frontal lobe epilepsy I would’ve been paranoid of having a brain tumor. Gus’s ex gf ‘s episodes are exactly like my seizures. I fall and don’t shake but have zero motor skills to so much as sit up. Wherever my face lands, that’s what I’m looking at for the next hours to come unless I make a sound and my mom rushes in to help me into my bed so I can lay there and rest. I know what it’s like to have no control or choices over your own body. Thank you for your time :)

I truly hope to hear from you via email :)
Thank you,


Michele myers April 12, 2015 at 7:12 pm

What happens to hazel when Augustus dies????


Daniela Traça April 12, 2015 at 8:14 pm

Hi Mr.Green, I’m writing this letter because 1.I’m a big fan of your books..2.I think you’re one of the best men’s on the earth and 3.I see me on your characters , you know so well the “teens” world that I just can believe that you are a 39 years old men. Well Mr.Green I know that you have a lot of fans , a lot of letters to answer and I will be the luckiest girl in the world if you read mine.. Well I’m from Angola, Luanda (Africa) and I’m a big fan (it’s the second time I’m saying that LOL) of all of your books. And like Hazel Grace Lancaster (the main character of the fault in our Stars, one of my favorite books) did with Van Houten, I would like to make you some question about some of your books. Well I hope that you can read my letter, I love your work it motivates me , your books make me feel alive, make me feel like I’m not the only one feeling lonely, feeling like a teenager. Thanks for what you do for us teenager, keep writing, keep doing what you do. I really love and appreciate your work. You’re amazing.


caitlyn April 13, 2015 at 2:52 am

Dear mr. Green,
I am a huge fan of your work, it is truly beautiful and amazing. It excites me that they are starting to transform your extrordinary books into movies But, I must ask, when could I possibly see a movie on looking for alaska? It is my favorite book with a wonderful story and I just want to see it potrayed on the big screen already. Well thank you for your time. :)


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Victoria Jamieson April 14, 2015 at 2:13 pm

what did monica do after they threw at her car. the fault in our stars book and movie was amazing can you make a seaqueale to this movie



Madison Joseph April 14, 2015 at 6:15 pm

Mr. John Green,

I am doing a book report on your book The Fault in our Stars, and all the websites I go to don’t say where you are currently living. I don’t want this information for me, I need it for my book report. Can you send me an email where you live?

Madison Joseph


Dynna Larrieux April 15, 2015 at 12:10 pm

Dear Mr.Green iam a middle school student at Pine Ridge Middle School
My U.S. history teacher has been suspended recently because she showed us one of your videos called “19 Century Reforms” #15 .Some parents had gotten upset over the beginning of the video which you mention sex. There was a whole local news segment on this. All the students who have this teacher are greatly upset because she may greatly lose her job over one of your brilliant videos. We all enjoy your videos and hate for people to over act and and take hasty decisions. Thank you to anyone who reads this. I live in Naples,fl if you need my location. Thanks – a student.


Mikaela April 15, 2015 at 1:04 pm

Dear John,
I know the chance of you reading this is small, and the chance you replying is even smaller.
I would just like to tell you how personally and deeply your book The Fault in Our Stars has impacted me. 5 months ago, I lost my dad to a farming related accident. Before this happened, I had read your book The Fault in Our Stars excessively, I practically had it memorized. And after losing my dad, that book had become like a bible to me, teaching me about loss and love and the importance of loving and being loved deeply and not widely. I would just like to thank you for writing such a poignant book, one that has changed my life simply by giving me something to relate to. Somewhere to go and a reason to keep hanging onto life. There have been countless times when I wanted to give up, but seeing Hazel Grace’s dedication and the love she found and lost has kept me going for the simple reason that after reading your book, I have to believe there is good coming and that this cannot be the end of everything happy for me. I know it’s easy to say ‘well it’s only a book, how could you be so impacted by it’. My answer it simple: I am so impacted by it because while it is a book about fictional characters, it is a book written about things that are real: loss, cancer, love and happiness. And those real raw emotions are what I connect to.
The reason I am writing you this letter is to let you know that similarly to Hazel Grace and An Imperial Infliction, your book has changed my life and caused me to see the world in a new way. I would love to hear a response from you, but just know that your book changed my life in a way I never thought possible. The Fault in Our Stars is more than simply the best romance I have ever read, it’s a story that has given me strength to keep going on simply because I have realized that it is a good life. And it’s not over yet.


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Please disregard my message things have changed thank you


Kiley Jackson April 15, 2015 at 5:38 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

Before I ask you all of the questions I have for you about one of your wonderful books, “Looking for Alaska” I would like for you to know that I already know the chances are low for you to see/read this. Although I still feel as I need to ask you these questions. Also, this has been one of my favorite books right after TFIOS.

This book (LFA) has put a lot of questions on my mind. For example, ‘What happens to Pudge after the school year is over?’. So if you mind I will list them below.

1.) What is the Labyrinth?
2.) Can anyone get out of the Labyrinth?
3.) If you did put in Alaska Young’s last words, what would they be?
4.) How come you decided to write this story?
5.) What do you think the Colonel and Pudges last words will be?
6.) What happens to Pudges, Colonel. the Colonel’s mum, the eagle, Lara, Takumi, Pudge’s parents, and Alaska’s Dad? Will there be a story for them? (May I insist that you get Wattpad the app and make a one shot (short story) about them it would be nice.)
7.) What happens to Pudge after the school year is over? Does he continue to go to Culver Creek even without Colonel, Lara, and Takumi?
8.) Do Pudge and the Colonel stay friends?
9.) How do you think the story would go if Alaska didn’t die?
10.) Would there even be a story with Alaska still alive?

There is one question not about one of the characters,

Did you have a plot line when you wrote this book? Or did you just go with the flow?

Those are all the questions I have for Mr. Green. Thank you so much.

Your’s Truly, Kiley Jackson


Genessee Hernandez April 15, 2015 at 9:15 pm

Dear awesome Mr. Green,

My girlfriend and I are huge fans of you. She actually doesn’t know that I’m trying my best to contact you but she’s a huge fan. I have bought her everyone of your books. I think you’re an amazing writer and you inspire millions people everyday. I know the chances of you ready this is very little and replying is very little but I honestly just want you to respond. Just even saying hi would please me. I would love to show my girlfriend. I think it’ll make her happy. She’s been through a lot. You sir, are fabulous.


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Louisa April 16, 2015 at 11:36 am

Dear Mr. John Green

I want so say thank you. I don’t think that you will read this, but I can try it. At first: I am from Germany, so sorry for my teribble englisch. I finished Looking for alaska a hour before. This book is amazing. I love Paper Towns and the fault in our stars too. It’s really interesting what people said before they died because everyone just cares about the first words. (It’s just a Mummy or a Daddy and sometimes it’s just a asdfghjkl so why we care about the first words?) but last words are different. You’re a genius. I have no question I just wanted to say Thank you. Thank you John Green.



Hailee April 16, 2015 at 12:27 pm

Dear Mr. John Green,
My name is Hailee Coor. I am 14 years old and go to school at Bernardo Yorba Middle School in Yorba Linda CA. I am a reporter for my school’s newspaper, the Matador Messenger, the first student news site in Orange County. I was wondering if you would be willing to let me interview you for an article which I will publish on my school’s newspaper. It would be such an honor to get an interview with you. Thank you so much!

Hailee Coor


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Patrick Rupp April 16, 2015 at 10:49 pm

Hey, I’m Patrick from Livonia, Michigan and I am fifteen going on sixteen. It was about this time last year when I read your book ‘The Fault in Our Stars”, and I must say that it was very well written. As soon as a I finished the book I went to go see the movie the same day with one of my close friends Isabella Andrews and loved it! I recommended the book to my mother a couple of weeks ago who is currently addicted to the book and is about half way through. ANYWAYS, having read more books since 9th grade and having been exposed to more diverse characters, I decided to take a look back at Hazel Grace Lancaster. I admit that she was very well crafted, but I found myself not (to put it bluntly) liking her very much. I have come across many books where I do not like the characters (especially the main character) very much and have come to appreciate this style of writing. MY QUESTION TO YOU IS, did you make Hazel an unlikable character on purpose? Or were you trying to make her relatable and likable and I am just being a jerk? Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to me, and I wish to hear back from you.
Patrick Rupp

P.S: I wish to share with you an infinite number of sparkly heart emojis!! But sadly I am writing from my computer and not my phone. Lots of love!


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Dear john green, have read all his books and are very good , I wanted to know what happens after margo and quentin goodbye at the motel , I await your response.


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Aakash Jhaveri April 17, 2015 at 6:23 am

Dear John

Hello sir. I might not be your biggest fan,but my best friend is. She is actually the only female friend I have,and she is a big fan of you.
So,its her birthday next month,on May 30,she turns 17
I love her,and she’s a special friend and hence she expects something special from me for her birthday. So can you please Tweet or mail her birthday wishes? She has read all your books multiple times,and was the one who introduced me to your books
She made me realise the value of relations. (we even considered dating each other,but we thought that might affect our beautiful friendship,or not last too long) I even called her at 3 in the night when i was reading Looking for Alaska and wanted support
so can you please try for something? I know this is difficult,but Thanks

Aakash J

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Dear Mr.Green, April 17, 2015 at 8:44 am

Mr.Green I am honored to say you are my favorite author as Peter Van Houten is to Hazel Grace Lancaster. I am love with the only two books I have read by you and those would be The Fault In Our Stars and Paper Towns. I am looking forward to reading more of you theatrical and astonishing books. I feel that you are my Peter Van Houten but you are not a jerk you are well mannered and by far the best author I have ever come across .
In Your Admiration,
Haley Hanak
P.S I just happen to die in the fault in our stars but am honored to be in one of your books. Please correspond back to me at


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Dear John Green,
i just wanted to thank you for writing your books, they truly give me hope in this world and i get sucked into them. i have probably watched the paper towns trailer about 20 times today. i am very excited for this movie. you seem like such a great person. your books help me escape into a different world. i honestly feel like i am a nerd but i don’t care. i am proud of it. as a fellow nerd fighter and pizza lover, it would mean the world to me if you responded.


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Dear John Green,
i just wanted to thank you for writing your books, they truly give me hope in this world and i get sucked into them. i have probably watched the paper towns trailer about 20 times today. i am very excited for this movie. you seem like such a great person. your books help me escape into a different world. i honestly feel like i am a nerd but i don’t care. i am proud of it. as a fellow nerd fighter and pizza lover, it would mean the world to me if you responded. my email is


Leah April 18, 2015 at 7:57 pm

Hi Mr. John Green
I’m twelve years old. I want you to know how much your books mean to me.
I can’t put them down.
I want to be a horses riding instructor when I’m older , but one day I want to write a book. All I do is ride, write, and draw.
I’m a nerd
An awesome nerd


Audrey L Markle April 18, 2015 at 11:23 pm

Dear John Green,
I think you saved me. I had to write this as soon as I finished Paper Towns. You frustrated me emotionally and filled me with heartache and anger. You brought me to a low and then resurfaced me to a new perspective. Thank you for Margo Roth Spiegelman and thank you for Q and thank you for introducing me to Song of Myself. I’ve been battling depression since I was 12. Questioning existence and why to continue on when life is just repetition filled with insignificance. Ive been doing great the passed year but suddenly I began to tumble back, breaking strings along the way. I thought I was as lost as Margo until the very last pages when you brought her into light and life. Thank you for writing. Thank you for giving me hope and ideas and making me feel something. Thank you so much John for lending me your words. You have saved me. -Audrey


Rachel Rose Idzerda April 19, 2015 at 2:51 am

Hello, John Green. My name is Rachel, most people call me Rose but I’ve always thought of myself as an Alaska. I was born there, I still love it, and I feel as if I have this giant metaphorical rope tugging me too its mysterious wild.
Anyway, I recently just turned 19 and your books have meant the world to me. You write about these “sort of love stories” but they arent all romantic and end happily ever after, they sort of leave you hanging, almost like “An Imperial Affliction”. But like you said “It speaks so closely to life, it ends uin the middle of a sentence,…” Any way what I am trying to say is, I’ve read a great deal of books in the short time from when i began to really understand how to read to now. And so far your books each had that one character that described some of my inner characters to a T.
There’s the goody two shoes Q who at first doesn’t ever really step out of the lines. Then theres Alaska, who is wild free and unpredictable. There’s Margo, who just wants to get out, leave and never go back to where I am currently. But I’d also like to think I’ve got the same strength as Hazel, who didnt just give up and die but continued to live. I accepted a long time ago that sooner or later I am going to die. I have this mixed desire to do something great in my life and affect the world, like Augustus. But at the same time, I could be completely content to be loved by just one person. Noticed by just one person.
Sometimes, when I’m sad i flip through my very well worn book of THE FAULT… I reread the life that Hazel and Augustus and Issac got dealt. And I come to the conclusion. That the universe doesnt really care what happens to us. All it truly cares about is being noticed. We are one tiny tiny cell in a gigantic infinite void of space.And sooner or later we will be sent into oblivion and not long after, we will be forgotten. It’s sort of sad to think that sometimes, but frankly its sort of a comforting thing… That one day we will all be reduced for nothing, and if we are lucky maybe there will be someone who cared enough to remember us till oblivion takes away their memories too.

Any way, Thank You so much for writing these suspense filled books. I’m currently on ” An Abundance of Katherines” I adore your work.—-Rachel Alaska Rose Idzerda.


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