“Norval Morrisseau: The Way of the Thunderbird”. [Non-Fiction]. Educational material, MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON. 1997
“From Line: The Legend of the Vendors”. [Fiction]. Scores 2002. University of St. Andrews: Castle House Press, 2002.
“Abenteuer Berlin”. [Non-fiction]. QuoVadis? An Anthology of Student Travel Writing. University of St. AndrewsTravel Writers’ Society: J&R Reid, 2002.
“Painful Links to War”. [Non-Fiction]. The Peterborough Examiner, November 11, 2005: A-4. Peterborough, ON.
“Nature Red”. [Fiction]. Dark Recesses, Issue 2: January 2006. Winner: Déjà Vu Horror Fiction Contest, 2005. Read it here.
“A Useful Line of Thinking”. [Non-Fiction]. Queen’s Alumni Review. Volume 80, #1 : 2006.
“Genre-alizations”. [Non-Fiction]. Word: Canada’s Magazine for Readers + Writers, Volume 12: 9&10: 2006. Read it here.
“Heart of the City”. [Non-Fiction]. Sage of Consciousness, Volume 2:3, August 2006.
“Comfort Food”. [Fiction]. Mytholog, Volume 5 Number 3, June 2007. Still available online, here.
"Spark". [Fiction]. The Lorelei Signal, Jan-Mar 2012 issue, January 2012. The story is no longer archived at the Lorelei Signal website, but you can read the full story here, or download the issue copy at Lulu.com.
"Remainders". [Fiction]. Brought to Light: More Stories of Forgotten Women. Bernadette Rule, ed. Seraphim Editions, 2015. Available online at Chapters or Amazon as well as local bookstores around the Hamilton/Toronto area.
Next Episode. [Fiction]. Seraphim Editions, 2016. Available online at Chapters or Amazon (including some international Amazon sites) as well as bookstores across Ontario.
"Stepping Off The Ride": An Interview with Marnie Woodrow. [Interview]. Hamilton Review of Books. Issue 2: Spring 2017. Available online here.
And for something slightly different...
My appearances on Bernadette Rule's thoughtful and entertaining arts radio show, "Artwaves", are available for listening and download as podcasts at www.archive.org/details/artwaves. I have oodles of geek-out fun as part of an annual Halloween horror panel -- see episodes 25, 48, 93, 130, 166, 199, and 232, 263, 301, 329, 376, and most recently episode 406, recorded over Zoom during the strange pandemic days of 2020.
Interested in hearing me talk about Next Episode instead? That's up there, too: episode 297, from 25 September, 2016.