Book signing at Horrorbles in Berwyn, Illinois.
Photo by Adam Bielawski.
"Coronavirus reflections: 'Writing has become my solace, as it always was'" and "Literary Latest," Literary License
May 2020

"Ghost Tours, Ghost Hunts, and Ghost Talks in the Rockford Area," Stateline Kids
October 2, 2019

"'Scary Stories' Review," Nerdly
June 27, 2019

"Movie Review – Scary Stories (2019)," Flickering Myth
April 25, 2019

"'Scary Stories': Film Review," The Hollywood Reporter
April 25, 2019

"Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark documentary trailer reveals controversial history of Alvin Schwartz's horror books," Entertainment Weekly
April 10, 2019

"'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Documentary Gets July Release Date and Home Video Art," Bloody Disgusting
March 18, 2019

"Wild Eye Acquires 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Documentary for 2019 Release," Bloody Disgusting
November 14, 2018

"Amelia's Ghost Adventures," Black is the New AP Style
October 6, 2017

"Local Flavor: Wizard World Chicago's Hometown Heroes," Third Coast Review
August 25, 2017

"Daily Haiku," Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog
July 14, 2017

"Daily Haiku," Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog
April 21, 2017

"Chicago Takes Center Stage at C2E2 2017," Third Coast Review
April 20, 2017

"Delighted to Be Featured on Amelia Cotter's Blog," Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog
April 17, 2017

"How We Haiku—Teaching Stories 11," The Haiku Foundation
December 15, 2016

"Daily Haiku," Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog
October 4, 2016

"R.I.P. Files to Appear on NBCUniversal International Networks," Mysterious Heartland
January 18, 2016

"'R.I.P. Files' strikes pan-Asian deal via Bomanbridge," Real Screen
January 15, 2016

"Simon McKeown Joins Leopard USA; Canada’s Jive Expands To LA – Global Briefs," Deadline Hollywood
January 13, 2016

"Daily Haiku," Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog
October 27, 2015

"Outdoor museum in Holmes County opens with poetic path," The Columbus Dispatch
September 27, 2015

"books that changed my life," 9 Muses Photo
June 6, 2015

"Interview with Amelia Cotter," Nicky PeacockAuthor
September 17, 2014

"Interview with Amelia Cotter, Author of This House and Maryland Ghosts," Mysterious Heartland
August 11, 2014

"New Members," Literary License
November/December 2013

"Get This Book For Your Kids: Breakfast with Bigfoot," Bigfoot Evidence
May 9, 2013

"Coffee and ghost stories," Frederick News-Post Vol. 129, No. 312
September 6, 2012

"German Translation of Popular Children's Book 'The Purples Are Coming!' Comes to the iPad," German Pulse
July 10, 2012

"National Haiku Poetry Day Announcements: 2011 Touchstone Awards for Individual Poems," The Haiku Foundation
April 17, 2012

"Amelia Cotter, Supernatural Author, Signs Copies of 'Maryland Ghosts' at Horrorbles," UnRated Chicago
March 25, 2012

"Ghost Town," Time Out Chicago No. 340
September 1-7, 2011
May 2010