“Please, Ask Me About My Wife” (Essay) published in Arcane Perfection edited by Pat Mosley
From the web listing: “ARCANE PERFECTION is a collection of essays, poetry, art, rage, love, rituals, spells, and musings by, for, and about Queer, Trans, and Intersex Witches. The book began as a coven project to further curate the Witchery of our Queer, Trans, and Intersex members, and then the project was expanded to encompass Queer, Trans, or Intersex people from around the world.” (Order paperback version here.)
Between the Worlds: A Wiccan-Christian Liturgy
Written for a special reading course at Pacific School of Religion, this liturgy serves as the foundation for many of my ministerial projects, including This Week In Heresy and Between the Worlds Wiccan Christian Church (which is now no longer in existence). I am currently expanding many of the ideas presented in this work into a book.
Published Writing from College
My Freshman year at Elmira College, my English teacher submitted an essay in the 1995 Selected Student Essays publication. The essay analyzed a short story called “The Monkey Garden.”
In my Senior year I was involved with a publication called Sibyl. Sibyl is the nation’s oldest continuously student-run literary magazine in the country. Six of my poems were included in the 1998 edition .