“Book Review: A Million Fragile Bones (Fowler)” - my review of Connie May Fowler’s environmental memoir in Appalachian Heritage, Spring 2017.
“A Million Fragile Bones” – my interview with bestselling author Connie May Fowler, about her new environmental memoir, in Appalachian Heritage magazine, Spring 2017 Issue.
Columnist, The Greenville News, Greenville, S.C. – appears Thursdays in the Life section
Guest Columnist, The Asheville Citizen-Times, Asheville, N.C. – appears Saturdays in the Mountains section
* My columns are frequently picked up by newspapers in the U.S.A. Today network, across the country and in the U.K., including (but not limited to): U.S.A. Today, The Detroit Free Press, and The Herald Scotland.
Upstate Parent – appears monthly
“Oh, What Fun: Diving into an 18th Century Christmas” – a guest post about what it was like writing about an 18th century, colonial America Christmas in Keowee Valley, at the Bell Bridge Books website.
“Fun Fact Friday – Katherine Scott Crawford and Her Path to Publication” – A guest post at Michelle Ziegler Author.
“The Beauty of Book Clubs” – A guest post about being an author guest at book clubs on Riding With the Top Down.
“Writing as a Mom” - A guest post on the Bell Bridge Books Blog.
“Katherine Scott Crawford on Creativity” – A guest post about where and how I find creative inspiration, on author Ann Hite’s blog, Living the Creative Life.
“A Christmas Wish” - A guest post about my Christmas traditions, family, and hopes for the coming year, on the Bell Bridge Books Blog.
“And So I Did” – A guest post about my writerly upbringing, on the Bell Bridge Books Blog.
“Keowee” — An excerpt from Keowee Valley (originally entitled Keowee) in Wilderness House Literary Review.
“July 19, 2007″ – an essay on memory and miscarriage in the July 19, 2017 issue of Past-Ten
“The Sacred Stillness of Father Damien” — A craft essay in the Winter 2015 issue of Appalachian Heritage.
“Deep Breathing Under Big Sky” — An essay about my time spent at the Montana Artists Refuge in Santa Fe Writer’s Project: the Journal.
“Procreation Meets Gross Grits” – An essay about the pressure to have children, in Western North Carolina Woman.
“Dr. Joe’s Office, 74 George Street” – An essay about my favorite place on the College of Charleston campus, and a tribute to a favorite teacher.