What Does Hell Look Like? Illustrations Inspired by The Penguin Book of Hell (from Smithsonian Magazine, October 2018)
2023 "Hope in the Dark: History and Ghost Stories," Perspectives on History 61.3 (March 2023)
2023 Lucy Barnhouse, "Phantom Encounters: Building a Course Around Ghosts," Perspectives on History 61.3 (March 2023) on structuring an undergraduate course on The Penguin Book of the Undead.
2023 "Dragons!" A conversation with Anthony Kaldellis on Byzantium & Friends (02/09/23)
2021 "Why Dragons Dominated the Landscape of Medieval Monsters," Smithsonian Magazine (10/27/21)
2021 "The Historian of Hell and the Undead Takes on Dragons," Interview with Atlas Obscura (10/21/21)
2021 "Night is the Dead's Domain: The Habitats of Restless Souls in Medieval Thought," Spooky Evenings Speaker Series, Nebraska Wesleyan University (10/09/21)
2020 Reflections on The Penguin Book of Hell recorded for the Sant Jordi in New York Book Festival (05/02/20)
2019 Ed Simon, "Dismal Shores of Achaeron: Touring Hell with Penguin Classics," Featured Review of The Penguin Book of Hell in Los Angeles Review of Books (08/09/19)
2019 NPR Purdue (WBAA) Review of
The Penguin Book of Hell (05/17/19)
2019 Interview on BBC Sunday Programme (03/24/19) on Hell and Brexit (begins at 13:52)
2019 Vinson Cunningham, "How the Idea of Hell Shaped the Way We Think,"
Featured Review of The Penguin Book of Hell
in The New Yorker (01/21/19)
2018 Steven Greenblatt, "Damn It All," Featured Review of The Penguin Book of Hell
in The New York Review of Books (12/20/18)
2018 The Wall Street Journal Life & Arts Essay
"Do We Still Need to Believe in Hell?" (09/14/18)"
2016 Colorado Public Radio Hallowe'en Feature Interview (audio)
2016 Colorado Public Radio Hallowe'en Feature Interview (slideshow)
2016 The Last Bookstore (Los Angeles) Interview