As Ann J. Clark
Let’s Try Numerology (Calico Cat Press, TBP 2019)
Let’s Try Runes (Calico Cat Press, December 2018)
Let’s Try Dowsing (Co-authored with Patricia Barber, Calico Cat Press, September 2019)
Let’s Try Cartomancy (Calico Cat Press, July 2018)
Let’s Try Tarot (Co-authored with Patricia Barber, Calico Cat Press, June 2018)
As Jenny Barber
Appreciation of ‘Where the Stones Grow’ by Lisa Tuttle – part of the 70’s and 80’s Mixtape on Mark West’s blog
Review of Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant – Day 17 of the Countdown to Christmas feature on the Fox Spirit Books blog
Women in Horror: Short Fiction Queens – guest post on the Fox Spirit Books blog
Appreciation of Stephen King’s ‘Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption’ – part of Stephen King Mixtape on Mark West’s blog
Waxing Lyrical: Online Fiction – guest post on the Fox Spirit Books blog
Appreciation of Tananarive Due’s ‘Patient Zero’ – part of Women in Horror Mixtape on Mark West’s blog.
Appreciation of Stephen King’s ‘Mrs Todd’s Shortcut’ – part of The American Horror Mixtape on Mark West’s blog
Appreciation of Sarah Pinborough’s ‘Do You See?’ – part of The Brit Horror Mixtape on Mark West’s blog
Nobody Knew She Was There: Get Shorty – guest post on Sarah Ash’s blog
Friday Five: Wicked Women of Comics – on Pornokitsch
Review: The Dark Tower by Stephen King – on King for a Year
When Temples Attack! – guest post on Fox Spirit Books site
My reviews on Shiny Shorts
Review: Pandaemonium by Ben Macallan – on The Piper at the Gates of Fantasy blog
Review: Ghost Ship – 30 Days of Horror/Geraldine Clark Hellery‘s blog
Alice in Zombieland – guest post on Floor to Ceiling Books.
Interview of Kari Sperring in the BFS Journal January 2011.
Interview of Aliette de Bodard in Dark Horizons #57. First part available on the BFS website here.
A shorter version of my blog post on gender balance in the BFS appeared as a guest editorial in Dark Horizons #56.
Interview of Juliet E. McKenna in the 2006 Fantasycon Souvenir Magazine.
Assorted reviews for the British Fantasy Society.
The Girl’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse (Writing as battleaxebunny)