Publications & Awards
- Comedy Articles
- "Transcript of Zeus's Personal Rebranding Meeting to Address Bestiality Concerns." Points in Case.
- "Oh, the Places You'll Hide!" Medium.
- "Miss Tabitha's Phone Sex and Nuclear Apocalypse Preparation Hotline." Points in Case.
- "A list of God's rejected plagues to punish the Egyptians." Slackjaw.
- "The Fashionista's Guide to Tank Season." Slackjaw.
"A Letter to the Dead Sea Captain Haunting My House." The Belladonna Comedy.
"Mistakes to Avoid on Your Cover Letter for a Job in Hell™." Points in Case.
"7 Sexy Baseball Movies to Get You in the Mood for the World Series." Points in Case.
"A Guide to Artisanal Coffee from the Macbeth Witches." Slackjaw.
"Six Halloween costumes that scream 'civic-minded AND super hot!'" Slackjaw.
"A Letter to the Public from Harvey Weinstein's Money." Medium.
- Short Stories
- Hawley, S. (2015). Benjamin. In It's About Time: 2nd Annual NaNo Los Angeles Short Story Anthology. Los Angeles: Lemur Publishing.
- Hawley, S. (2014). Pyre. In Believe Me Not, An Unreliable Anthology. Los Angeles: Lemur Publishing.
- Research Articles/Conference Papers
Hawley, S. (2011). The Aesthetics of Death: Body Modification in the EB II Cyclades in the Context of Cemetery Ritual (Unpublished masters dissertation). The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.
- Hawley, S. (2011). New Light on the Crisis Years: Changing Economic Practices of the Second Millennium in
Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Aegean. Track Changes: The University of Sheffield Postgraduate
Journal of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, 1, 29-42.
Hawley, S. (2010, January). The Iconography of Empire: Figurines from Tell al-Judaidah. Conference paper presented at the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.
- My YA fantasy novel, THE DYING CITY, won the 2018 #RevPit writing contest and was featured in a showcase.
- The Wicked Wallflowers Club podcast was featured on Entertainment Weekly's Must List as "a compelling reminder of why the oft-dismissed genre is a real force in cultural conversations"!