SCW reflects on the underworld journey in fairy tales and myths at Gingerbread House, May 2020.
Michele Sharpe’s article”Outsiders on the Inside” (Poets & Writers, Sep/Oct 2018) visits seven successful writers who have forged their own literary paths from marginalized spaces. SCW shares her perspective as a bi- pagan writer with disabilities working outside of academia.
Poet Jeannine Hall Gailey shares thoughts by SCW on the importance of critique groups in Poet’s Market 2018.
SCW talks about post-apocalyptic fiction and the inspiration for her novel excerpt “Lost and Found” (PerVisions, September 2016, reprinted in Endless Apocalypse Spring, 2018) over at the Flame Tree Publishing blog.
SCW Interview (as Editor of Riddled with Arrows) on the Six Questions For… Blog
SCW Interview on F&SF Blog (May 2017)
Review of Eye to the Telescope #22, “Ghosts” in Spectral Realms No. 6 (Hippocampus Press) – Winter 2017.
Eye to the Telescope #22, “Ghosts”, guest-edited by Shannon Connor Winward, October 2016
Fairy Tale Favorite: SCW Interview by Gwendolyn Kiste, April 2016
SCW Bio at Devilfish Review.
Hear Shannon Connor Winward read her Rhysling-award nominated poem, “All Souls’ Day”, on the inaugural broadcast of “Write Around Here” (podcast of the Written Remains Writers Guild). Links to this reading also available on the Science Fiction Poetry Association 2013 Halloween poetry page.
Listen to Shannon Connor Winward read her poem “Beansidhe” on the Science Fiction Poetry Associations 2015 Halloween Poetry Page (edited by Shannon Connor Winward and Liz Bennefeld)
SCW Interview at On the Other Side of the Eye blog (with author Bryan Thao Worra)
SCW Interview at From the Left Dimension Blog (with author Wendy Rathbone)
Review of UNDOING WINTER at Amazing Stories (with columnist Diane Severson Mori)
SCW Interview at Alchemy Press
SCW Interview at NewMyths.com
SCW Facebook Interview with author Jessica Bell.
SCW Interview at The Seashells of Life Blog (with author Savannah Hendricks)
SCW on: What is “Compression”? The Journal of Compressed Arts
Editor Karen A. Romanko on: What makes a poem SF/Fantasy? at Clarion blog