Published Works

Reviews
SF Signal
Among Thieves by Douglas Hulick (Guest Review)
Sworn in Steel by Douglas Hulick (Guest Review)

Speculative Book Review
The Green Mile by Stephen King
The Demon King (The Seven Realms Series #1) by Cinda Williams Chima
The Warrior's Path (When Women Were Warriors #1) by Catherine M. Wilson
A Journey of the Heart (When Women Were Warriors #2) by Catherine M. Wilson
A Hero's Tale (When Women Were Warriors #3) by Catherine M. Wilson

SFFWorld
BioShock: Rapture by John Shirley (Video game tie-in)
A Beautiful Friendship (Stephanie Harrington #1) by David Weber
The Sentinel Mage by Emily Gee
Ciaphas Cain: Hero of the Imperium (Ciaphas Cain Omnibus #1) by Sandy Mitchell
Ciaphas Cain: Dead in the Water (A Ciaphas Cain Audio Drama) by Sandy Mitchell
Forged in Fire (Sarah Beauhall #3) by J.A. Pitts

Other
Abarat (The Books of Abarat #1) by Clive Barker, for the Harper Voyager blog
Drakenfeld (Lucan Drakenfeld #1) by Mark Charan Newton. Quoted by his publisher (Tor UK).

Interviews
SFFWorld
J.A. Pitts - Author of the Sarah Beauhall/Black Blade series

Other
SciFi Now 
DC and Marvel vs Women (Guest Blog) - A post about some of my views on female representation in comics.

Sam Sykes' Blog
Answer the Companions (2012), Pt 2. Final Question (and, yes, I am not proud of that)
Ask The Companions (2013), Pt 1. First Question. 

Bastard Books
The Bizarre Mixture That Is Urban Fantasy (Part of a Guest Blog Series) (2012) - A rant about my struggles and issues with marketing and design with respect to the urban fantasy sub-genre. Not the best piece I've written, mostly because I really struggled to get something done that I was happy putting out there, but I feel I've at least attempted to make sense.

Jim C. Hines' Blog
Gender in Genre (2014) - My own, personal take on the lack of trans* representation in genre fiction, with a few examples of books that did it well, as well as some idea of what I'd like to see in future. The essay will also be published in Jim's upcoming self-published charity anthology, Invisible.

SF Signal
Mind Meld: Books We've Worn Out (2014). Hosted by Paul Weimer.
Mind Meld: How Long Do You Have A Book Before You Read It? (2014). Hosted by Rob Bedford.

Publications
Invisible, Jim C. Hines, self-published. (2014). A reprint of my 'Gender in Genre' essay from Jim's blog.