Halloween -- the Celtic new year in The River Reporter, October 27, 1988.

Gimme that oldtime, Yuletide religion, in The River Reporter, December 26, 1991.

Imbolc -- midwinter reminder of a fire goddess, in The River Reporter, February 1, 1990.

Easter's Pagan roots honor the cycle of nature, filed with The River Reporter, April 1992.

May Day -- Pagan festival of life, in The River Reporter, April 27, 1989.


Persephone's Flowers, poem, in The Hawthorn Spinner, Vol. I, No. 2, February 29, 1992.

The Myth of Endymion, in The Hawthorn Spinner, Vol. I, No. 4, September 7, 1992, pp. 1-2.

Pagan Paths, in The Hawthorn Spinner, Vol. II, No. 4, November 14, 1993, p. 2.

On the Perfection of Love, in The Hawhorn Spinner, Brigid 1994, Vol. III, No. 1, pp. 1, 4.

Cernunnos: The Horned One, in The Hawhorn Spinner, Samhain 1994, Vol. III, No. 3, pp. 4-5.


The Art and Science of Relationships, in The River Reporter, March 2, 1995, "The Perfect Marriage" section, Narrowswburg, New York, p. 18.

The Mystery of Cheewa, creation myth, in FireHeart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual Transformation, Vol. 1, Issue #6, October 1991, p. 12.

Nine Million Witches? A Question of Credibility, in Harvest: A Journal of Pagan Thought, Imbolc/Candlemas, February 1991, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 19-20.

The Horned God and Being Human: Connections in Humanistic Psychology, in The Images Anthology, Jehenna Silverwing, ed., Vol. 1, DawnBlaze Publications, Hawleyville CT, pp. 28-35. Previously, in Harvest: A Journal of Pagan Thought, Fall 1989, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 15-20.

Alchemy, Witchcraft, Magic: New Looks at Old Images, class handout, Humanistic Psychology, 1989.

Is Mormonism Pagan?, in Harvest: A Journal of Pagan Thought, June 1989, Vol. 9, No. 6, p. 23.

Non-Traditional Marriage Solemnizations in the State of New York, December 31, 1988.

On Witchcraft, to the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, June 5, 1988.

Ritual In Myth and Experience, class handout, Humanistic Psychology, 1987.

Visit to the Temple of Hathor, Dandara, Egypt, photos, July 4, 1977.


Common Elements in Freemasonry and Neo-Pagan Religious Ritual, July 25, 1994.

The Masonic Fraternity and Pagan Religions, 1996.

Recommended reading: Celtic Reconstructionist FAQ