perkstobeinginfinite asked: Who is Tobias Huisman and why did you dedicate the book to him?
tesswillow asked: I was just wondering, what was the writing process like for this book?
Anonymous asked: How much of yours and David's development of the two Wills was done together, and how much seperate; how much did you know about the other's character when you were developing yours?
thefaultinourfactions asked: Was co-authoring a book easier or harder than writing one on your own?
Anonymous asked: Am I wrong to think that WGWG is less about either Will Grayson and more about Tiny Cooper?
Anonymous asked: Which one of you wrote the lyrics for the musical?
nolynylon asked: The characters in the play dressed as White Sox players because they play for "the other team." Does this make you a Cubs fan? Or do even care about baseball?
mooncactus asked: Why wasn't Will Grayson (1) asexual? He read that way to me, (an ace), there was that comment at the beginning, and "I don't want to screw you. I just love you" is something that seriously rang with me. And hey, asexual protagonist AND a gay protagonist? Awesome. But you refer to him as straight/heterosexual Will, and I just have to ask why? Why isn't he ace? Was it too...
Anonymous asked: I noticed multiple times in the novel that new paragraphs began with something like "andbutso," three words strung together. Was this intentional?
whenfantasiescollide asked: Why did you pick "Grayson" as the last name?
Anonymous asked: Why did you/David decide to write will greyson in all lower case?
Anonymous asked: Can you explain how Schroedinger's famous cat experiment related to Will/Jane and Will/Tiny?
Anonymous asked: Did you guys agree beforehand for the novel to contain LGBT characters, or was that unspoken before that mid-way point?
swimfor-yourlife asked: So I don't get it- are you, or are you not a fan of Elton John?
Anonymous asked: What originally provoked the two of you to write a book together?
vincentvangodot asked: Did you and DL collaborate on the chapters where the two Wills spoke to each other?
Anonymous asked: Do you believe that when we love someone (of course, not necessarily romantically) we should tell them that explicitly? Why is it hard for us to confess about love when it's not romantic? (If you're not going to talk about WGWG you might want to answer this in your main tumblr, if you're going to answer this.)
Anonymous asked: Was the title "Tiny Dancer" a reference to the song?
saynotohorcruxes asked: What is Tiny Cooper's real first name? In my head it is either really fancy schmancy or it is humorously manly.
psychoindisguise asked: whose idea was it to make the two will grayson's meet in a porn shop?
justinehosnani asked: When writing a book with another author, do ideas and opinions on characters clash? Was it hard when DL would take his part of a story in a different direction, or did you both plan together exactly what you wanted out of the story?
Anonymous asked: Is the porn shop a real porn shop?
wasarahbi asked: Why did you select Neutral Milk Hotel to write about in this book? Thanks for choosing it, and introducing me and many others to their music.
Anonymous asked: Although I enjoyed the book, I couldn't help but see Tiny as an almost offensively 'funny' gay caricature. I know he was supposed to be the 'gayest' person Will knew, but that just seems to enforce gay sterotypes. It's great to see gay characters in YA lit, but I wish he had been more of a real person, and less, 'lol, a gay, he likes musical theatre'.
Anonymous asked: Which viewpoint did you write, odd chapters or evens?
its-nota-dreamanymore asked: Are the morals which are said throughout the book, such as 'you can trust that caring as a rule ends poorly' ones you agree with, or only said as the point of view of the characters?
vicariousmorgenstern asked: Hi, John! As a fan of The Dead Kennedys, I'd just like to say that I loved your subtle little hint to Jello Biafra in Will Grayson's fake I.D. (I might have squealed a little when I first read it, to be honest...) But, since this is a question blog and not a fangirl-about-a-punk-rock-band-to-an-author-you-don't-know blog, here's my question: Are you a DK fan, or of punk music...
Anonymous asked: do you think tiny dancer would still be a great musical if it was actually staged?
So this blog will be a repository of your questions and my answers about the book I cowrote with David Levithan, Will Grayson, Will Grayson. Submit your questions, and I will answer as many of them as possible, although obviously I cannot speak for David, so there will be many questions I can’t answer. Eventually, all these Q’s and A’s will be gathered into one gigantic post, like this one...