To convey general questions or thoughts or comments, send me a note at g and then m and then mone, all one word, at

My literary agent is Jennifer Carlson of Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary Agency.

And if you’re interested in a school visit, please send me a note, or contact Zade Educational Partners at

15 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Mr. Miller's Class: Alena, Maggie S., Nicholas, Meaghan, Jacob S., Gregory, Jacob A., Julia, Devon, Stephanie, Aidan, Luis, Audrey, Mackenzie, Zoe, Isabella, Paul, Maggie B., Cora, Tommy, Daliza and Tristan

    Thanks Greg! Our class thought your presentation was awesome, amazing, outstanding and fun. We hope you can come and see us again when we are all in fifth grade.

    1. Bill and I were throwing around different possibilities, and since I love writing about kids who build amazing things in real life, we thought it would be fun to base a story around some truly exceptional kids with the same passions.

  2. Hey greg, Im from Bigelow and I wanted to know your email address so I could send you my story i’m working on. Please reply to this comment for I would be very grateful and leave your email address.


    1. Hi, Anthony. You should be able to figure out my email address by reading the contact page. I don’t like to spell out the full address on the page, because then the robots get my address and start sending spam.

  3. Thanks for coming to Hanscom Primary, which is my school āœ… I enjoyed your talk to my 1st grade class. I thought it was funny when you told us about the kid who made a go-kart, made out of a sofa, which caught on fire! šŸš•.

  4. Hey I am Kenneth Keith. I am from mississippi and I am 16. I can’t remember how long ago but I read fish sometime in the past and fell in love. I lost the name and memory of it overtime but it comes to mind here and there. I have found it to be so hard to find. Unless if I’m completely missing it, fish isn’t on iBooks or google play. Anyways I love the book and hope you continue to do great things. A sequel would be cool too.

    1. Thanks, Kenneth! That’s so cool to hear that Fish still sticks in your head. I just watched a kid swinging on a rope above a boat a few hours ago and thought about those pirates, too. The book is really only available in hardcover, but it’s still in print, and people still seem to like it seven years later. I AM working on a second one. It has just taken me way too long. Keep reading good books, and thanks so much for the kind words!


  5. For two years I have used Dangerous Waters in my classroom. My students absolutely love this book. The final question on their assessment asks students if the could change the novel without changing history, would they. Here is one 5th graders response. “Not for a million bucks. I loved the ending! This is the best book I have ever read. I am hoping he makes a movie of the book.”
    Do you ever visit schools?

    1. Thank you! What a wonderful note. I do visit schools. Often, in fact. And I love talking about Dangerous Waters. Sometimes I wonder if I should’ve gone with a different ending, but I’m glad to hear that your student disagrees!

  6. I think your book Fish was outstanding. I finished the book today in class. I hope Fish 2 will come out soon. I think in fish 2 fish stays with Cobb for a chapters then he goes back home and something strange is going on.

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