January 28, 2012: The Next Family: An Interview with Lauren Jankowski
August 21, 2013: The Blog Ring of Power
Blog Ring of Power, Part One
Blog Ring of Power, Part Two
Blog Ring of Power, Part Three
Blog Ring of Power, Part Four
Blog Ring of Power, Part Five
Blog Ring of Power, Follow-Up Interview
October 29, 2013: Smashwords: Interview with Lauren Jankowski
May 20, 2014: Ax Wound Interview
February 16th, 2015: Why I Created Asexual Artists
February 27th, 2015: Too Niche
March 5th, 2015: Asexuality on Girl Boner Radio
June 8th, 2015: The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 288) An Interview with Lauren Jankowski
August 3rd, 2015: We’re Not Broken: Asexual Characters in Pop Culture
March 18th, 2016: Where are the Asexual Voices? (C2E2 2016, presentation)
April 4th, 2016: Interview with Luna Station Quarterly
April 21st, 2016: Interview with SciFiFantasy Network
August 12th, 2016: Quoted in the article “A Quiet Revolution” by Julie Kliegman
August 18th, 2016: Quoted in the article “How Television is Leading the Asexual Revolution” by Danielle Corcione
September 2nd, 2016: Contributed a portion on asexuality to the post “5 Writing the Other Fails and How to Avoid Them: A Guest Post”
September 11th, 2016: Taught a seminar on writing asexual characters for the Writing the Other series of online classes
October 6th, 2016: “4 Powerful Ways to be an Ace Ally,” an interview with August McLaughlin of Girl Boner Radio
January 31st, 2017: Guest Post on Lil Book Lovers blog to celebrate the release of The Dwelling of Ekhidna.
February 6th, 2017: Interview with Claudie Arseneault about The Dwelling of Ekhidna.
July 9th, 2017: Interview with Hypable Books podcast at Indy PopCon about “The Shape Shifter Chronicles” upcoming reboot.
August 14th, 2017: Blitz is Interviewed by Jet (an interview on Emmy Jackson’s site)
January 30th, 2018: Interview with B R Sanders (for a sale I participated in with a group of authors)
April 26th – 27th, 2019: Co-curated an art exhibit for Unthinking Sex–Imagining Asexuality, a conference revolving around the asexual identity that took place in Vancouver. I also spoke on a panel about being an ace author and navigating the publishing world as a queer woman.