An Interview with My Goddess of the Moon from Saga of the Outer Islands.
Manume, Goddess of the Moon (of Saga of the Outer Islands, by A. F. Stewart)
An interview with Death.
Read it Here: Women in Horror Month Honors Author A.F. Stewart
An interview with Stephan from The Quest of the Sixth Swan (published in the anthology A Twist of Fate).
Read it Here: Character Interview- Stephan
An exclusive scene and character interview with Narwis from Ruined City
Read it Here: Character Interview: Narwis from A. F. Stewart’s “Ruined City”
An Interview with the demon Balthazar from Killers and Demons
Read it here: An Interview with Balthazar, Demon Bounty Hunter
An Interview with my vampire Henri from Chronicles of the Undead
Read it here: An Interview With My Vampire (Character)
An Interview with my vampire Eleanor from Chronicles of the Undead
Read it here: The Vampire Eleanor de Burgh…
An Interview with Millicent and Jane from Killers and Demons II: They Return.
Read it here: Halloween Reads! Fireside Chat with Regency Serial Killers + AF Stewart
The Sunday Night Dragon Show
The HorrorAddicts.net podcast where they do a reading from one of the stories in Visions and Nightmares, plus other great stuff.
Amphibian Press Podcast:
9th Story Podcast:
504: Author A.F. Stewart – Talented A.F.!
Interview #116 A.F. Stewart
Blog Talk Radio:
Characters Gone Mad with JD Holiday and co-host Karen Vaughan
Podcast Interview on Soul Sciences
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