“George R.R. Martin: The Man Who Put Horror in Every Home,” StokerCon 2017 Program Book, April 2017.
“The Witches of Winter,” December 15, 2016, Tor.com.
“Four of the Dumbest Things Done with Swords in Fiction and Film,” October 2014, SF Signal.
“Baby Got Backbone: What Makes Strong Women Kick in Horror Films and TV Shows,” October 2014, #25, Women Destroy Horror issue of Nightmare Magazine edited by John Joseph Adams.
“Five Things I Learned Writing Mr. Wicker,” September 2014, Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds blog.
“What You See Is Who You Get: POV in Script-To-Book Adaptations,” Save the Cat!® Blog, September 19, 2014.
“10 Reasons You HATE Poetry,” April 2012, HWA Newsletter.
“Twilight Merch Update: XXX Edition” on Page 9 of the Love It/Shove It section, Issue 47 of BITCH Magazine, 2010.
“Part II: Rendezvous and Retail in French BDSM” in ErosZine. February 2007.
“Part I: Liberte, Egalite, Sexualite — French Philosophy and BDSM Culture” in ErosZine. January 2007.
“Susan Pevensie” in the Women of Action Network. July 2006.
“Goodnight, Marvin,” The Anthology at the End of the Universe from BenBella Books. April 2005.
“Bloody Awful Poetry: Why It’s So Easy to Write Bad Love Poetry,” HWA Newsletter. May 2002.
“Modern Madness,” Shadis Magazine. Issue 19.5, June 1995.
“The Psyberpsychology of Insanity,” Shadis Magazine. Issue 15, September 1994.
“Graphology,” The Unspeakable Oath. Issue 7, Fall 1992.
Unscripted Theater: Guidelines for Running Cross-Genre, Live-Action Games, Dead Earth Productions. 1994. (Chapbook)
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#WiHM666 Interview: Maria Alexander, February 24, 2015, with G.G. Silverman.
Dirge Magazine Interview, January 5, 2015, with Madeleine Swann.
Maria Alexander, Swordslinger Interview: The Beginning of the Love Affair, December 15, 2014, Raw Dog Screaming Press.
Storyforward Podcast: Lost Worlds, Light Sabers and Lasting Content, #64, December 4, 2014, with Steve Peters.
The Scariest Part, October 28, 2014, with Nicholas Kaufmann.
From the Left Dimension, October 16, 2014, with the Wendy Rathbone.
Podcast Ep. 6: From Novella to Screenplay to Novel – Adapting MR. WICKER, with Maria Alexander, October 15, 2014, with Adam Campbell.
The Qwillery, September 19, 2014.
The Virtual Memories Podcast: The Way of Pen and Sword, Season 4, Episode 43, with Gil Roth.
“Women of the Sword Arts,” Special Issue, Volume #7 for Katsujinken Magazine.
Blood Bound Books interview with Angela Bodine.
Writers with Day Jobs: Maria Alexander with Eric Beetner.
Brad C. Hodson interview for Women in Horror Month, February 10, 2012.
Dreadful Tales interview with Meli Hooker about At Louche Ends, my Bram Stoker Award-nominated poetry collection, March 26, 2012.
A Gothic.net interview about At Louche Ends by Amber Keller.
The Dork Forest podcast with comic Jackie Kashian, August 10, 2010.
How Do You Solve a Paradox Wrapped in an Enigma Like Maria is an interview writer-director-producer Devi Snively on December 11, 2009.
Dark Scribe Magazine interviews me on Christmas Eve, 2008.
Grotto Radio Podcast #2: Adventures in French Paganism: This is an introduction to me and some of the things I’d planned to research as I live for 9 months in Aix-en-Provence. (I’m the last speaker on the show, I think.)
Grotto Radio Podcast #7: Why the French Don’t Need Halloween: My surprisingly intense experiences as I’ve explored some of this France’s darkest and most magical areas. Plus a confession about what really happened to me on the beaches of Normandy. (I’m the first speaker on the show.)
Interview with award-winning writer, David Niall Wilson, on Macabre Ink in February 2008.
BBC World Have Your Say Radio: Style, Spin and American Politics: Live from Venice Beach on September 10, 2008. I sat with the head show producer Ros Atkins; Mark Sawyer, political science professor at UCLA; editor Ted Johnson from Variety (who had been arrested during the protests outside the RNC); and a reporter named Maria Joyouspirit who has a show on KPFK. We spoke with an array of fascinating people from all over the world — like Lance Price, who’d been Tony Blair’s spin doctor. We had a fascinating hour of political talk with people from all over the globe.
BBC World Have Your Say Radio: The Japanese and French Culture: An interesting discussion I participated in about the phenomenon of Japanese visitors having to be expatriated because of nervous breakdowns in Paris.
BBC World Radio Have Your Say: The Blasphemy Challenge: Me at my devilish best, discussing The Blasphemy Challenge, Brian Flemming, and all manner of Christian subversion.