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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morgane August 12, 2015 at 3:20 pm

bonjour je m’appelle Morgane et j’ai regardé et j’ai lu votre livre NOS ETOILES CONTRAIRES et je peux vous dire que ces la meilleur la plus triste des histoires j’ai pleuré tous le long du film et à ma connaissance je crois qu il n existe pas meilleur film du siècle et je vais vous dire je suis tombé amoureuse d Augustus et je vous remercie d avoir créer cette histoire magnifique.


Katheryn August 13, 2015 at 7:11 am

Hi there ! Mr. Green , i am one of your new readers and i have recently read Paper Towns and The Fault in our Stars. So , i had few questions, I had to ask from the story Paper Towns. Actually, I really loved the book but my questions were that :
1. What did paper girl and paper boy actually mean?
(I understood the meaning of paper town, so dont worry !)
2. What does “strings” mean in this story?
I really really loved the story and you are my favourite author !Hope you reply soon ! Thanks alot !!! All the love . K. xx


Jordan Cummins August 17, 2015 at 1:10 am

I can answer one of your questions. The strings as used by Margo mean the people and the town that are holding here down. I hope I answered your question. Have a good day.


Lauren Grce August 21, 2015 at 12:27 pm

Take a look at yourself… You’re a paper girl and so am I. We have all unconsciously fell into the trap of fitting in with society and pleasing others x


Maya August 13, 2015 at 9:48 am

Dear Mr John Green,
I have just finished reading the the fault in our stars, I thought it was an exquisite read. I loved the way it starts with a semantic field of death then slowly edges into life and love (on account of the introduction of ‘Augustus Waters’), into a kind of mournful anger (of his death and illness), and finally ends with the eulogy that ends with a calm serene feeling.
Like ‘Hazel’ I have three questions about your book; two serious like what happened to ‘Anna’s Mom’ and ‘The Dutch Tulip man’ and one just weird like what happen to ‘Sisyphus the hamster.’
1.) Is Augustus just fond of Hazel because she is a spitting image of Caroline Mathers?
2.) Do Isaac and Hazel form a very close relationship, or maybe even date?
3.) Does Isaac get to be part cyborg like Augustus was, but with these awesome sounding robot eyes?
An Infinite thank you for writing this book.
Although you probably won’t read this but if you do, please write back.

Kind Regards,
Maya Bansal.


Yasmine Taviot August 27, 2015 at 8:17 pm

dear mister jhon green,

i know you will never awnser me because that type of thing are happened only on books and movie and seriously i think i’m really ridiculous to write this little letter but anyway ridicul does not kill so i got some question who killed my curiosity.

i am french so sorry for my english..

frist i want to know please if isaac and hazel have a close relation?
how many time does hazel lives after the augutus’s death?
what she bacame if she did? and mother’s and father’s?
and monica? and peter van houten? does he bacame a goos person and talked to hazel after?

i want to say a massive thank you to you for all your wonderful books and thank for giving me the oppotunity to meet and travel with all the wonderful characters…

have a nice day dear favoutit autor.

all my admiration and feelings.

yasmine taviot.


Nadja August 13, 2015 at 1:51 pm

Dear Mr John Green,

Uhm yeah, I don´t even know if you will ever read this, because there are 9700+ comments in here, but I really love your books and they make me feel understood, you know?

I could say a lot more things right now but I´m sure you actually don´t have time to read my enthusiasm and my problems. But I have a question to your great book Paper Towns.

What does Margo see, when Q and her were younger, after they found the dead man, behind Quentin when she climbed up to his window?

I hope you understand what I actually mean but I can´t explain very good in english because it´s not my main language.

My hope, that you write back to me is very big, because your a kind of idol to me and… yes. My words gone lost, so I should stop writing to you in this point so I wish you a good day, and I hope you are fine.

Lots of love,



Marrisa Tolito August 22, 2015 at 5:02 pm

Hello Mr John Green my name is Marrisa Tolito I’m 12 years old I love your books my favorite is Fault In Our Stars I all so like the movie.I haven’t read or seen the book or the movie to Paper Town yet.Next you should make a book called Cyborg Kings about two guys named Demetry Jones(16) and Jacob collins (16) are in love with the same girl named Avrey Valentin(16).Both of the boys a’re in for a surprise.Will Avrey pick Jacob or demetry.Or will she fallow her heart to the right guy (she goes with Jacob) Jacob is the captain of the foot ball team and Demetry is a painter,poet,and a band player who speakers from the heart.But then Kings Ville High has Prom.Jacob is thankful that theirtogether, But


Marrisa Tolito August 22, 2015 at 5:10 pm

Their together, But what will happen to Demetry will he have a broken heart forever, will he find a girl, or will he get revenge. Oh yea you can all so call me LPS Louis Productions.Thank You John Green


Marrisa Tolito August 22, 2015 at 5:13 pm

I also live in Bay Saint Louis Mississippi 39520


T August 13, 2015 at 6:01 pm

Hi John,

Long time fan. Just wanted to say that I have just read your AMA (answers) and wanted to let you know that you seem to be an awesome human being. Hank seems to be awesome too. Please keep doing what you do and keep being you.

Love from Germany,


victoria August 14, 2015 at 1:16 am

Hello Mr.Green my name is Victoria I am huge fan of your work.I love to write especially after I read the fault in our stars i was inspired to write more about the real world. Your story told the world that not everything has a happy ending. Thanks to you I realized that I had to accept that life isn’t about unicorns and rainbows and I thank you for that. You have done much for me without even meaning to. Thank you


Dima Podolsky August 16, 2015 at 3:04 pm

Hi. I liked Paper Towns. The beginning was pretty good. The ending was all right. But the middle – the drive to New York – was HILARIOUS. I would love to keep on reading that type of writing. All the jokes and the funny consequences of their having to spend hours in a van racing against the clock kept me wanting more. The best part was probably the first gas station run.

I loved it and wanted the laughs to continue. Let me know if you’ll think about it?

Thanks for the good work.


Darlene Smith August 16, 2015 at 3:32 pm

I did not like the book ‘Looking for Alaska’ but I was impressed by it nevertheless. You know how to write.


sam souliez August 16, 2015 at 7:19 pm

Hi Mr John Green
after watching the movie ‘The fault of ours stars’ and didn’t got the occasion to read the book but for sure i will do soon . I would like to thank you for this amazing piece of art . you describe the pain of a person who have the cancer man like you have it like you was one of them how do you do it ?
keep up the hard work. I would love to keep on reading stories like this .

Sam Souliez
From a huge fan of your work


sanjay kumar joshi August 16, 2015 at 10:04 pm

My Dear Sir,

Good morning.I sincerely hope that you are keeping very fine,in good health.Please accept my heartiest wishes on your birthday,on 24th August.

This is one of my countless attempts to reach you,as you have always been my source of inspiration,I’ll be grateful to you,if you please bless me,with your autographed photograph.Though I never got despite my continous efforts,but I hope that you would not disappoint me,this time.I pray that may God always keep you happy and healthy.
Once again,”HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!”

With high regards
Sanjay Kumar Joshi
17A,Jadulal Mullick Road
West Bengal


Émilie August 17, 2015 at 4:56 pm

Cher John Green,
J’ai lu Nos étoiles contraires, La face cachée de Margo et Qui es-tu Alaska qui sont mes trois préférées. J’avoue que j’ai du mal à rentrer dans les histoires de Will et Will et du Théorème des Katerine.
J’ai quelques questions:
1- Dans Nos étoiles contraires Hazel meurt-elle ?
2-Avez-vous d’autres projets d’écriture ?
3-Pourquoi faites-vous des fins assez tristes ? (Alaska et Augustus qui meurent, Margo et Quentin qui doivent se quitter…)
4-Pour trouver votre inspiration, vous inspirez-vous beaucoup des ados ?
5-Comment trouvez-vous vos thèmes d’histoires ? (Cela m’intéresse car j’aime bien écrire aussi)
Thank you for all.
Lots of love


Tre' Cravalho August 18, 2015 at 1:38 am

Dear John Green,

Hello my name is Tre’ Cravalho; I understand the name is a bit peculiar so excuse me for that. I live in Maui, Hawai’i and attend a private school named Kamehameha Schools Maui. I am currently in as much literary classes as my schedule would allow, and am completely enthralled by English Literature! I’ve come across your books around a year or so — probably around the same time as the film adaptation as your book The Fault in Our Stars came out.

I know you will probably never read this and this exact message would fall under the weight of the countless others that have come and that will come, but maybe I’m writing this as the self realization of my own goals, or maybe I’m writing this, because as little the chance may be; I can hope that you do find this message.

The writings that you have so meticulously pioneered through have influenced my own writings so much that I can’t help, but tell you about. In fact, you’ve helped ignite a flame in me so magnificently that I’ve begun writing a book of my own.

Now as much as I love the stories you write so much, that’s not what gets me hooked on the book — it’s the fact that you incorporate so many beautiful words and phrases along with history and science it’s overwhelming. I can’t help but smile when I learn about Schrödinger’s cat, or the beauty of anagrams, and key themes like the great perhaps / searching for my “eureka” / and the countless others. I especially love the fact that characters have some indifference with society and the status quo. Margo Roth Spiegelman rebels against the laws of capitlization — Hazel Grace Lancaster talks about eggs and how they’re so commonly misconceived as ‘just a breakfast food’ — Alaska Young is disgraced by the though of people choosing how they found their friends by looks — in fact your books uses so many literary devices that it makes me so happy.

I will greatly like to send you a copy of my book when I’ve finished, because you’ve unknowingly made me crave to learn. Thank you for all you’ve done for me, and please continue to share your works throughout the world!

Best Regars,
Tre’ Cravalho


Fed Man August 18, 2015 at 3:03 am

I’d like to make a complaint on you’re inefficient use of numbering within your books. I have recently utilised the numbering system that i have been inspired from you’re books to use in my current SOR Assignment (on the Renaissance – because it is in fact it is a real thing). I’d just like to say, although I am a big fan of you’re work and avid reader of you’re many novels, the application of you’re frequently used numbering system was deemed “unacceptable” by my SOR professor. Thank you for you’re time Mr Green XO – Love Fed Man


Asmaa Tahoun August 18, 2015 at 4:27 pm

Dear John Green,
I’m Asmaa a new reader for you I only read “The fault in our stars” and going to read “an abundance of Kathernes” well about “The fault in our stars I reaaly liked it I’ve never read something like this perfect work before and I didn’t see the movie but by just reading I felt that I was there with them(Augustus and Hazel) like I knew them and I cried when Gus died I really was sobbing actually your writing touches my scars really but it makes me happy and comfortable and I have some questions that you may please answer them
1)did Gus parents went apart after their son death?
2)did Isaac had those robot eyes?and did he fall in love with Hazel?
3)did Hazel go on dates after Gus’s death?
4)did Gus fell in love with Hazel (or was fond by Hazel)’cause he saw Carolina Mathers in her?
5)didn’t Monica talk to Isaac again?
6)and finally Kaythlin did she find a good special man or still searching?
and thanks :)
your fan,


Luana lima August 18, 2015 at 4:32 pm

hello, sir green, I’m a fan of all his books and really wanted to know what to tell if after the book town of role, as the book ends with a certain mystery, and would love to have my question answered, have mercy a very curious reader and that is every day wondering what happens next. Margo will actually visit Quentin at the end of the holiday? or if Quentin is depressed by having an unquenchable love. And if they stay together, they are such questions but I really would like to know are these. Ps: remember is the size of Hanzel curious to know whether there is a sequel to an imperial affliction, it is the same I’m feeling


Natalia August 18, 2015 at 5:39 pm

dear john green. I started reading your books this year. Im from argentina so…I’m sorry if you don’t understand my exprations. The fact is this…i alredy read the fault in our stars , papper town and searching for alaska. I can tell …that actually ( in my opinion of course maybe i’m wrong) all the females characters have something in comun…I mean in a personality way….I couldn’t stop thinking that they were created with a model. In all your novels…anyone end up together…I don’t want to be pretenciuos …all this “amartia” are giving me a lot to think. The fact is…that i thougth that you have or had a girl …that you gave life in your books… Am I rigth? or is just a crazy idea? I’m sorry if I’m asking for too much. Hugs from Salta, Argentina.


Deb Neufeld August 18, 2015 at 7:37 pm

When you thanked moviegoers for coming to see Paper Towns (the film’s intro) you said something like …”and don’t forget to be awesome!” (Sorry if that was not the exact word.). Please remember: our brains are wired to ignore the “not” — so the message we get is to FORGET to be awesome! Possibly in the future you could say, “REMEMBER to be awesome!”

You sound like a wonderful person. Thank you for your positive energy given to all whose lives you touch.


Fernanda Palacios August 18, 2015 at 10:25 pm

Mr. John Green,

I most say that i love your books even if i only have read three of them that is “Looking For Alaska, “The Fault in Our Stars” and also “Paper Towns”, but that doesn’t mean I’m not reading your others books i will also like to read “Let it Snow”, ” An Abundance of Katherine” and “Will Grayson”. Also i will like to say that I’m Mexican and i have friends that love your books (also counting me) and is amazing how your books are almost (i don’t know) around the world. And I’m glad to say that your books are a master piece, but i also have questions to ask you.

First of all is about “Looking for Alaska” Why does Alaska mom dies?, and i will like to ask also (and of course if you can answer it) Why does Alaska dies? What i meant is it was an accident or a suicide? If you cant answer that maybe you could answer these, Does Alaska loved Pudge?, about “The Fault in our Stars”, Why does Augustus dies? Im not saying that i don’t like the book like that i just want to know what make you “Kill him”, What happen to Hazel after the book?, Does “An Imperial Affliction” is a real book? (Because if it is i will like to read it).
And last but not least i loved Paper Towns but what happens to Margo and Q? And Ben and Lacey? Radar and Angela? And what happened with the Market at Agloe ? Why did paper people make it disappear?!

I Know that maybe they are a lot of questions, but a reason of why i like your books is that a identify my self with Alaska, Hazel and Margo you may ask why? But its because as Alaska i like to do pranks i will love to have a “Life library”, as Margo because i love mysteries and specially i love to solve them ( but i will never become a mystery…well maybe) and i also like poetry and writing, and as Hazel because i will like an answer from one of my favorite authors ( John Green) and find my infinite . And i hope we keep in contact…
With all my respect Fernanda.

P.s. Please don’t be like Van Hauten and answer.

Ps2. I hoped that makes you smile.


Aleksandra August 19, 2015 at 9:24 am

Hello, i’m from Poland and I’m 19. I bought all your books and read them all and I really think they are the greatest books I’ve ever read. Please, write something new. I’ll be reading your books over and over again waiting for new one!

PS. Why Alaska Young died?! :(


Alice August 19, 2015 at 11:08 am

Goodmorning mr Jhon Green, my name is Alice Cocchi and i live in Lombardy, Italy in province of Brescia. I watch the film on the cinema and i love is!!! After i read the your book and is fantastic♡♥♡♥♡!!! I can not speak English very well but I wanted her to know how much I love her book
A warm hug and best regards from me and my cousin Giulia Cauli ( she loves her book *-*)
Alice and Giulia


Sydney Zemnick August 19, 2015 at 11:58 am

Hi, Mr. John Green! I’ve messaged you on Tumblr, and I just would really like to stress the importance of that message. Please, please look at it. Or if you don’t run your Tumblr, have that person contact you? Thank you so much for being so amazing!!! <3 <3 <3


Ingrid Barrachina August 19, 2015 at 12:13 pm

Good afternoon, I am Brazilian and I’m using google translator KKKK So recently read paper towns and I understood all the thoughts and personality Margo, I may be wrong but I saw a totally different end of the world, the end of the book ends with Quentin narrating ok, after all he recounts the entire book, but he describes as the fact that they kissed was a last farewell, but if it were narrated by Margo, she had been crying and really liked it, the fact turn around and show up crying to finally kissed was a sign that would not abandon him, after all she had expected before, and now showed him all your feelings for him. It’s just a thought, I may be wrong but it was the end that I absorbed. I hope you read, thank you.


Ej August 20, 2015 at 6:22 pm

Hey there Mr. Green, i am in 9th grade now, and you have helped me a lot. I have watched TFTIOS so many times, and every time i get something new out of it. I learn a new lesson that helps me. When I confessed my love to this guy i actually used a quote from the movie to get my point across. It was a quote from the scene of Agustus and Hazel at dinner in Amsterdam when he confesses his love for Hazel. Yeah sure the guy didn’t like me back, but we grew a better friendship and I have faith that he will come around. So i don’t regret saying that to him at all… Thank you John.. Email me sometime. I wold love to learn more life lessons from you.


Cloud Starchaser/Harry Potter August 20, 2015 at 11:06 pm

My name is Cloud Starchaser and I am the real Harry Potter but the truth is being suppressed by the real Lord Voldemort who is Lord Jacob Rothschild. Lord Rothschild is the real Lord Voldemort and was responsible for the 1997 murder of Princess Diana as part of a war between House Rothschild and House Windsor and he is conspiring to keep the truth about me a secret so they don’t find out that he’s the real Lord Voldemort and was behind the murder of Princess Diana but it is too late for that now.


Meghan Pryor August 21, 2015 at 9:07 pm

hi, I was watching your Ted talks video and the way you talked about learning as a community I believe would really help. I don’t really do well in school interest wise because it all kind of bores me and feels like I’m being forced to learn in a way that doesn’t really connect with me. I am especially having trouble with geometry right now. I haven’t had any real time to look for people to help with this and I was wondering if there are any suggestions on a more interesting site or video to where I could learn more about geometry. Any advice or suggestions would be amazing.


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Filip August 23, 2015 at 11:14 pm

Hey John!
I am 14 years old guy and i really like your book The fault in our stars. My question is what happened with Hazel? Did she get marry or did she die?

with love from Macedonia

PS- Sorry for my English


chandimz August 24, 2015 at 4:46 am

hello. I live so far away from you, in completely different surroundings, amidst completely different crowds of people. I dream of big things, I carry around myself by studying, going to school, and by doing all that others do, but I never had been able to communicate with someone in such a way that it would feel like I’m really making a connection. I’ve read your book, the fault in our stars and the day i read it and the day after that, I couldn’t stay still and I felt like i’m suffocating from de-oxygenation. I really don’t think it’s the plot itself because truthfully speaking, it’s just another typical tragedy related to carcinoma. but I think, the process was what was important. You grew the story without melodrama. you put their lives in front of me naked and raw. I’ve never been scared to die. I’m still not. And i’ve never had experienced what it’s like to be left behind when someone you love dies. but i felt that connection i’ve never felt through that book.And for that i’m grateful to you. I’ve only read your book once and I won’t read it again from the begining to the end because once i feel it for the first time, the second, third time would not feel special anymore. So i want to cherish and remember that special first moment.
I really hope you read this. I’m 18 years old, and eversince I read that book i’ve always wanted to talk to you. It’s alright that I want get to do so directly. I’m happy as much, getting to tell you all this atleast like this. Honestly, I want to imagine that amidst all these messages, You would pause scrolling down when you see my message , but I guess wanting to be treated special by ones that mean alot to you is a side effect of selfishness.
I tried reading other books of yours after TFIOS but I was honestly dissappointed. Not particularly in you because I think I can understand the fact that no 2 things can give you equal happiness and to hope for that from an author who writes for many people across the globe would be a cruel thing to do. Eitherway, though I couldn’t grow to love your other books, some of the quotes you’ve used, your imagination, your way of writing, your preferance to always make the plot less prententious and melodramatic, I liked them.
And I would sometimes wonder that when you actually stop speaking and when you are travelling in a bus or when you’re driving alone, when there’s noone to here you, I wonder what you might be thinking.
Once again I would really like you to read this. I don’t expect you tobe impressed or anything, I just believe that I owe you a debt for letting me find someone that actually made me feel connected.
I sincerely thank you. I wish you could see that even without you knowing you help people in many ways.


Luna and Julia August 24, 2015 at 6:38 am

Please, John Green has to read my email. Not only for my not perfect english, just for lisent the dream that many people who has readed ”Paper Towns” has.

Ok, first of all my name is Luna, and you’re my favorite writer absolutly. The last book I have readed is Paper Towns, and damn, that’s the best book i’ve never readed, I don’t know if you really want to write a second part, if it’s not please, think about it. I amb sure that you remember ”The fault in our stars” when Hazel leave her book at Gus and he have loved it, they write a email for the writer, and I am doing the same, waiting that you wanna read it and will make me do the same with the friend who make my read ”Paper Towns” Julia.

Ok, maybe it’s not a good idea, but only think about it,what she will do Margo in New York, why Q don’t follow the girl he love, and what’s about Ben and Lacey, or Angela and Radar, I need to know what happen next.

My sincere thanks for being the best writer in the world, cordially

Luna and Julia.


Rashmi Rahagude August 24, 2015 at 7:28 am

Dear Sir,

I wish you a very Happy Birthday and may God fulfill all your wishes and bless you with Good Health. I read your book ” The Fault in Our Stars” and just fell in love with it. And then i ended up in watching the movie too. It is a simply a master piece. The characters are so adorable and i kept thinking about Hazel and Gus for some days. Thank you very much sir for writing such a great book.

Best Regards,
Rashmi Rahagude


Nadja August 24, 2015 at 3:29 pm

Hello Sir!

im a girl from sweden thats love the mobie fault in our stars!
And are soon going to read your book.
Im having a school project that we are going to interview som one,
and becuse i love u and your books i think if i maby can ask you?
It wold be so nice of you!
plees answer fast if you can,

Ps~ sorry for bad english
Whit big love Nadja.


Danielle Palfreyman August 24, 2015 at 4:36 pm

hiya Mr John Green i was wondering as soo many people including me loved the new paper towns movie soooo much like i seriously was inlove with the screenplay and the actors and the book do you reckon their would ever be a Paper Towns 2. Like if their was i would fall in love all over again and see it multiple times please email me with a response it would mean a lot EMAIL;


Marie August 24, 2015 at 4:44 pm

Dear Mr Green,

I’m a french-19-years-old-girl, with a really bad english. Even though, I send you this comments because you change my life with your books, particularly The Fault In Our Stars. Thanks for that. Really. You achieves to convey that sensation whereby we feel the love between Hazel and Augustus, and the sadness when they are separate. Thanks again. And please, continue your job!

With love,
Marie-Caroline Hallet


elisa antoniazzi August 25, 2015 at 1:01 pm

Dear John. I am Elisa. I’m twelve years old and live in Italy. I hope you read this comment and go proud of his work. as I said I was twelve, I could be less or more depending on your point of view. but despite this I am sure that when it comes to good books … I mean in the sense that in my life I have read over two hundred books. but being sincere his books (for now I read paper towns, and the fault in our stars, but I’m going to collect all the books I write) are the best I have ever read. their plot it gets stuck in and forces you to keep reading, to cry, to laugh and hope. these two books (I read in two weeks) made me realize what a really good book and to be so, everything must be perfect and rosy, and that nothing in life will ever be like a fairy tale, but if you want the rainbow you have to endure the rain and that life should be perfect because love is extraordinary … dear John Green if you read this review know that reading his masterpieces I cried, I laughed, and I hoped … all because his books are good. With love
P.s. if you read this comment write me at this address


izzy elise August 25, 2015 at 3:16 pm

Hey there john, I’m a big lover of all your books, and a frequent viewer of TED videos and was thrilled that you popped up there too. I was actually hoping that you could give me a name for my puppy. She’s got a safe name incase you never get the chance to name her properly, but it woudk be really cool if my dog was named by. Well. John Green. Can you bean Myrna mountweasel?


Shirley August 25, 2015 at 10:36 pm

Hi! I’m Shirley. And I’m really interested in your books, especially The Fault in Our Stars. And I’m curious about what gave you the idea to write this book. Why you wrote it? What’s your opinion about it. (Have you ever contact with Mr. Peter Van Houten? And do you know what’s the end of An Imperial Affliction?)
Please Please Please DO answer.
I will be waiting for your replies.

Yours with great admiration,

P.S. May I have your E-mail if you have one?


Just some fan August 26, 2015 at 5:01 am

Hello, Mr Green… I have a question.. much like An Imperial Affliction.. I believe TFIOS is indeed full of questions… but one question I would REALLY love to ask… what happens to Hazel in the end? Agustus dies… and Hazel surely will, but I want to know if she dies because if cancer, or did she survive it? A tad late.. and I will be honest.. I have only watched the movie.. and recently. But I love your work and have been waiting to see this for 3 years and the moment I got to, I will just say I was very pleased… maybe this question is a tad uneccessary.. but…


Maria August 27, 2015 at 5:26 pm

I don’t know where to start….. okay so I’m kind of in love with your brain; every single book is with a lesson for life. TFIOS, AAOK, LFA, PAPER TOWNS; I’m gonna keep these books with me FOREVER. Dude those history crash course episodes were epic. I just wanted to tell you that though we are different our surroundings,mother-tongue,living and everything else your books made this weird never ending reader-writer conection between us that is just priceless, thankyou for that. :)
And thankyou for telling the world that Muslims specifically are not terrorists ;)
Ignore the weirdness and write a new book soon May Allah be with you Ameen.


Luke Schachter August 27, 2015 at 10:03 pm

Dear John, my name is Luke, I live in Denver CO and am 14 years old. I just started my freshmen year of high school and on the first day I found out that I had summer homework. I was given a list of books and 3 days to read the book, and write about it. I just happened to come across your book Looking for Alaska on a bookshelf and decided to read it. I am so glad that it is the book I found. This book has changed my perspective on all things in general. I don’t think I have ever read a book so fast. From the first page I was hooked and could not stop reading. I have never enjoyed a book so much, and have never really felt connected to a book like I have reading Looking for Alaska. The book is so good it makes me want to go to boarding school… Anyways, even though you will probably never read this, I would like to sincerely say thank you for writing this book, and please write more like it. I will re-reading this book many times probably and will be looking at other books you have written now that I know how good your books are.
Thanks again


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