“In This Updated Myth, Female Intuition Goes Nuclear” in The New York Times Book Review.
“The Cassandra Author Sharma Shields Discusses Atomic Bombs and Cursed Women” in Paste Magazine.
“The Cassandra: A Novel” in New York Journal of Books.
“Raise the Wild Cry: The Cassandra by Sharma Shields” in Tor.
“Selfless Girls Will Win Us the War” in Electric Lit.
“8 Great Books to Read This February” in NYLON.
“Sharma Shields’ highly anticipated novel The Cassandra recounts a dark slice of state history with a prescience for the future of nuclear politics” in The Inlander.
“Sharma Shields’ The Cassandra is Building Buzz” in The Spokesman Review.
“16 Fiction Releases to Watch For,” Washington Independent Review of Books.
“61 Books We’re Looking Forward to Reading in 2019,” Huffington Post.
“21 of the Best New Historical Novels Coming this Winter,” BookBub.
“Most Anticipated: The Great First-Half 2019 Book Preview,” The Millions.
The Sasquatch Hunter’s Almanac
“A Guest Review of Sharma Shields’s The Sasquatch Hunter’s Almanac" by Shawn Vestal. Omnivoracious.
“An Interview with Sharma Shields and Caroline Zancan” by Celia Johnson. Slice Magazine.
“Finally, a Novel About Sasquatch that Really Gets It Right” by Paul Constant. The Stranger.
“13 Novels to Devour This February” by Natalie Beach. O Magazine.
“What We’re Reading Now,” by Steph Opitz. Marie Claire.
“Ten Titles to Pick up Now,” by Natalie Beach. O Magazine.
“Sharma Shields’ Debut Novel Makes Fantastical Footprint,” by Carolyn Lamberson. The Spokesman Review.
Bookey, Mike. “Monsters & Demons: The Dark Yet Oddly Lovely World of Sharma Shields.” The Inlander.
Jones, Nicole. “Bleak Books to Read in January,” by Nicole Jones. Vanity Fair.
“The 50 Most Anticipated Books of 2015,” by Mark Medley. Globe and Mail.
“Breaking Big: Stars on the Rise in 2015. Names to put on your radar in movies, TV, music, books, and stage.” Entertainment Weekly.
“20 Books We’ll Read in 2015.” Entertainment Weekly.
“A Total Hot Mess of Bookage: Books for Dudes,” by Douglas Lord. Library Journal.
“Bigfoot, Myths and Bedtime Stories,” by Samuel Dunnington. Spark, The Online Magazine of Humanities Washington.
“The Book to Read in 2015? The Sasquatch Hunter’s Almanac,” by Misha Stone. The Booklist Reader.