Articles, Interviews, and Reviews
WV Author Seizes Golden Opportunity to Create ‘Golden Girls’ Guide – (08/01/21) – The Charleston Gazette Previews The Definitive Golden Girls Cultural Reference Guide.
WV Author Signs Books at Bridgeport Farmers Market – (06/06/21) WDTV stops by the Bridgeport Farmers Market book signing.
WV Author Matt Browning to be in Bridgeport – (06/06/21) Connect Bridgeport shares details of my visit to the Bridgeport Farmers Market.
South Charleston author’s children’s book receives Mom’s Choice award – (01/20/21) The Charleston Gazette-Mail shares details about Chicks and the City‘s Mom’s Choice Awards recognition.
WV Book Team: New releases from West Virginia authors head up the holiday season; book-related events continue virtually – (10/24/20) The Charleston Gazette-Mail previews new regional books, including Chicks and the City!
New York Book Festival Names “Opposition Research” for Top Honors – (10/17/20) Headline Books announces winners of the 2020 New York Book Festival, including Chicks and the City!
Children’s Corner: Chicks and the City – (10/13/20) The Mom with a Reading Problem blog gives Chicks and the City 5 stars!
Chicks and the City Book Trailer Released – (9/29/20) Check out the trailer for Chicks and the City.
Logan native’s ‘Bookstore Explorer’ an ode to books and all the nooks in which they’re found – (9/13/20) Amy Deal reviews Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia in The Herald-Dispatch.
Author to sign copies of new children’s book in South Charleston – (8/24/20) The Charleston Metro newspaper discusses Chicks and the City and Bookstore Explorer, West Virginia.
New children’s book “Chicks and the City” sheds light on urban farming – (8/20/20) WOAY-TV announces the release of Chicks and the City.
Bookstores across West Virginia growing, diversifying – (2/12/20) West Virginia Explorer discusses Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia.
Local author presents book on local bookstores – (2/9/20) The Charleston Gazette shares details of Matt’s event at Taylor Books in Charleston.
West Virginia Author – (1/31/20) Matt stopped by the Library Television Network studios to talk with host Cat Pleska on West Virginia Author.
Logan native Matt Browning hosts book signing at Hot Cup – (1/29/20) The Logan Banner reports on the signing at Hot Cup Coffee.
Chapters – (1/23/20) Host Carter Taylor Seaton welcomed Matt onto an episode of Armstrong Television’s Chapters series to discuss Bookstore Explorer and other projects.
Now Appalachia Podcast – (1/22/20) Eliot Parker with the Now, Appalachia podcast talks with Matt about Bookstore Explorer, the New River Gorge Creative Residency, and other things literary. Listen on your favorite podcasting platform or at this Soundcloud link.
Logan native to sign copies of new book – (1/15/20) The Logan Banner shares details of book signing at Hot Cup Coffee.
Creative Residency Program in Fayetteville Provides Time to Work – (1/8/20) West Virginia Public Broadcasting visited me during my time at the New River Gorge Creative Residency.
Author of ‘Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia’ visits area – (1/3/20) The Martinsburg Journal discusses book signing at Bank Books.
West Virginia author hosts book signing at Fuzzy Dog Books – (1/2/20) The Martinsburg Journal speaks with the owners of Fuzzy Dog Books & Music about an in-store appearance.
New book explores the independent bookstores of West Virginia – (12/13/19) WOAY-TV shares the details about the release of Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia.
New River Gorge Creative Residency program expands – (11/17/19) The Beckley Register-Herald profiles the New River Gorge Creative Residency at Lafayette Flats.
Smashwords Interview with Matthew Aaron Browning – (2012) Find out the story behind my e-book, One Way In, along with insight into my writing process, background, favorite authors and more in this Smashwords interview.
Author Interview: Matthew Aaron Browning – (2012) What’s my creative process like? What advice do I have for aspiring writers? Check out this cool interview I did with the blog Underneaththis.
Diversity Through Many Eyes – (2012) David James, author of the YA novel Light of the Moon, asked a group of writers, including yours truly, their thoughts on diversity. See what we had to say.