Jesse Andrews is the author of the New York Times best-selling novels Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Amulet Books, 2012) and The Haters (Amulet Books, 2016). His third book, Munmun, will be published by Amulet in April 2018.
He is also the screenwriter of the feature-film adaptation of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, which won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. It was produced by Indian Paintbrush, directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, and released by Fox Searchlight in June 2015. Now it is out there on DVD and Blu-Ray and iTunes and stuff. Other scripts he has written include Every Day, an adaptation of a novel by David Levithan, directed by Michael Sucsy and released by MGM in February 2018.
He continues to work on novels and scripts.
He is going to try pretty hard to keep this site up to date.
Here is Jesse's Twitter feed.
And here is his Instagram.
Finally, here is his Facebook page. He can't figure out how to make a special Facebook thingy here like the Twitter and Instagram things that he just made up there because he is actually a hundred thousand years old. He is an ancient unfathomable relic of a spirit world that predates humanity itself and so he is not great with the whole website thing. Also maybe it's Squarespace's fault because he was looking for a special Facebook linking thing, and there wasn't one, but maybe he wasn't looking in the right place, but the main thing is, this sucks and he's not dealing with it anymore, so please just click the thing. Here it is again. Great.