"Adventures She Has Brought My Way." Foremothers of the Women's Spirituality Movement, Elders and Visionaries. Eds. Miriam Robbins Dexter and Vicki Noble, Amherst: Teneo Press, 2015. Selected as a co-winner to receive the Susan Koppleman Award for the Best Anthology in Feminist Studies in Popular and American Culture.
"The Power of Display: Sheela na gigs and Folklore Customs." About Place Journal, Volume II, Summer 2013.
"In Praise of the Fool." Westview, Fall/Winter 2013, Volume 30, Number 1, a journal of Western Oklahoma, Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
"In Praise of the Fool." Word River Literary Review, Spring 2012, University of Nevada.
"Falstaff and the Art of Living." New Laurel Review, Volume XXV, 2012.
"Falstaff and the Art of Living." Green Hills Literary Lantern, XXII, 2011, Truman State University.
"Sheela na gig: Dark Goddess of Europe". Goddess in World Culture Vol. 2. Ed. Patricia Monaghan. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2011.
"The Fable of the Invisible Woman." The Rule of Mars: Readings on the Origins, History and Impact of Patriarchy. Ed. Cristina Biaggi. Manchester, CT: Knowledge, Ideas & Trends, Inc., 2006.
"The Sheela na gigs," co-authored with Miriam Robbins Dexter. Irish Journal of Feminist Studies. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Cork University Press. Vol. 04, Number 2, 2002.
"Sexuality, the Sheela na gigs, and the Goddess in Ancient Ireland," co-authored with Miriam Robbins Dexter. ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation. Washington, D.C., Heldref Publications. Vol. 23, Number 1, 2000.
"The Waste Land: Mythic Elements." Published in Graduate Conference Proceedings by California State University, Los Angeles, 1999.
"Source: The Spirits of the Air, Fire, Water and Earth" with Ruth Ann Anderson. Expanding Circles: Women, Art & Community. New York: Midmarch Press, 1996
"Sheela-na-gig: the Patterns at Clonmacnoise." Sheila-na-gig, Vol. VII, Sheila-na-gig, Torrance, California, 1993.