From Grief Into Vision: A Council, Hand to Hand, Topanga CA, 2006


          Doors: A Fiction for Jazz Horn, Red Hen Press, Granada Hills CA, 2005


          Entering the Ghost River: Meditations on the Theory and Practice of Healing, Hand to Hand, Topanga CA, 2002


"Birth and Rebirth in the Eleusinian Mysteries," Divinations, ed. by Jay Livernois, Spring Journal 66, Woodstock, Conn.

"Call to Readers on Animal Intent and Agency," Earthlight Magazine, June 2001.

"God in your Form of Beauty Be With Us," poem, Blue Mountain, A Spiritual Anthology Celebrating the Earth, ed., F. Lynne Bachleda, Menasa Ridge Press, Birmingham Alabama, 2001.


The Other Hand, Red Hen Press, Granada Hills CA, September 2000

"Two Writers in a Friendship of Unabashed Exposure : Barbara Myerhoff and Deena Metzger," Lilith, Volume 25, No. 2, Summer 2000. Winner Simon rockower Award/ American Jewish Press Association, Excellence in Special Sections or Supplements Magazine, June 2001.

"Miracle at Canyon de Chelly," reprinted in Stubborn Light, The Best of the Sun, Volume III, edited by Sy Safransky, Sun Publishing Co., Chapel Hill, NC, 2000

"Inside a House One is Truly Alone," Blue Cathedral: Short Fiction for the New Millenium, edited by KateGale and Mark E. Cull, Red Hen Press, Palmdale, CA, 2000.


"Speaking with Elephants," Earthlight Magazine, Issue 34, Summer 1999.

"Walking in the Morning," Sabbath, Wayne Muller, Bantam, NewYork, April 1999.

"God, in your form of Beauty, be with us," Prayers for A Thousand Years, edited by Elizabeth Roberts and Elias Amidon, Harper San Francisco, 1999

"The Maiden King: The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine by Robert Bly and Marion Woodman, "review in Common Boundary, Bethesda, Md. January / February 1999


"Secret and Hidden Intelligences and Endless Worlds of Delight," prose poem, Santa Monica Review, Santa Monica College, Vol. 10, No. 1, Fall 98.

"NiSh’ma," Sh’ma, Vol, 29, Number 556, November 1998, 1001 Watertown St, # 3B, West Newton, MA 02465

"A Love of Words: How Independent Booksellers have become an Endangered Species." 1998, L.A. Glue and World Wide Free Press on the Internet.

"Elder Councils: A Call for Wisdom," New Dimensions, Vol. 25, #3, May-June 1998.

"My Life with Wolf, from "Coming Home," Intimate Nature, in Utne Reader, Minneapolis, Minn. March-April 98.

"Alliances with the Animals," Vision Magazine, San Diego, CA March 1998

"Multiple Selves–Expanding Our Notion of Identity," interview by Valerie Andrews, Intuition Magazine, S. F., January/February 1998

Intimate Nature: Women’s Bond with Animals, edited with Linda Hogan and Brenda Peterson, Ballentine, New York, January 1998


"Writing the Gateway to the Inner World," interview by Michael Toms in The Well of Creativity New Dimensions, Hay House, Carlsbad, Ca. 1997

"Heal the Life," essay on healing and community, The Messenger, The Santa Monica Mountains News and Arts Publication, November 6th -20th 1997.

"What Deena Thinks," interview by Valerie Wolf, in The Messenger, The Santa Monica Mountains News and Arts Publication, July31-August 13, 1997, Vol 21, No. 15.

"The 11th Commandment Brought Down from Sinai," Lilith, Vol 22 #2, Summer 1997.

"A Return to the Real World," review of Charlene Spretnak’s The Resurgence of the Real: Body, Nature and Place in a Hypermodern World, New Age Journal, August 1977

"The Bird in the Heart of the Tree," poem, Storming Heaven’s Gate: An Anthology of Spiritual Writings by Women, ed by Amber Coverdale Sumrall and Patrice Vecchione, Plume Books, Penguin Group, July 1997

TREE: Essays & Pieces, Including The Woman Who Slept With Men to Take the War Out of Them and four essays on Healing: "Healing Circles;" "Personal Disarmament;" "Revamping the World: On the Return of the Holy Prostitute" and "Healing the Planet/Healing Ourselves; North Atlantic Books, Berkeley CA, 1997

"Interview: Deena Metzger" by Sandra Hyde, Crone Chronicles, P.O. Box 81, Kelley, Wyoming, 83011, #30, Spring Equinox 1997


"A Lake in the Mind," poem, The Soul Unearthed, ed. by Cass Adams, Tarcher/Putnam, N.Y. 1996.

"Recollections of Anais Nin," two pieces in Recollections of Anais Nin by her Contemporaries, ed. by Benjamin Franklin V, Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio, 1996.

"Brief Notes on a Friendship Between Anais Nin and Deena Metzger," and "At the Border," in Anais Nin: A Book of Mirrors, ed. Paul Herron, Sky Blue Press, Huntington Woods, Michigan, 1996


"Oh Great Spirit," Animals As Teachers & Healers, by Susan Chernak McElroy, New Sage Press, Troutdale, Oregon, 1995, reprinted by Ballentine 1997

"Stories that House Our Souls," Nourishing the Soul, edited by Anne Simpkinson, Charles Simpkinson & Rose Solari, A Common Boundary Reader, HarperSF, 1995.

"Walking with Neruda," and "Wild," Grand Passion, The Poets of Los Angeles and Beyond, edited by Suzanne Lummis and Charles H. Webb, Red Wind Books, Los Angeles 1995.


"Singing to the Dead," and "Oh Great Spirit," The Soul of Nature, edited by Michael Tobias and Georgianne Cowan, Continuum, New York, 1994

"Personal Disarmament," The Awakened Warrior, edited by Rick Fields, Tarcher/Putnam, New York, 1994

"Shy, " The Erotic Edge, edited by Lonnie Barbach, Dutton, New York, NY, 1994.


"Human Rage Devastating to the World of Wildlife, Op-Ed, Valley Edition, Los Angeles Times, Sunday, Nov. 7, 1993.

"Rebuilding Our Lives with Sanity," Voices on the Threshold of Tomorrow. 145 view of the new Millennium, edited by Georg Feuerstein & Trisha Lamb Feuerstein, Quest Books, Illinois, 1993.

Excerpts from, Tree, On Women Turning 50, Cathleen Rountree, HarperSF, S.F. CA., 1993.

Excerpt from "Personal Disarmament," The Path of Transformation, Shakti Gawain, Nataraj Publishers, Mill Valley, CA., 1993.

"Goddess Chant," Seasonal Dance, edited by Janice Broch & Veronica Macler, Samuel Weiser, Inc. Wheaton ME, 1993.

"Dreaming the Road," poem, Poetry LA 1-21 A Celebration; edited by Helen Friedland, Peggor Press, L.A. 1993

How Will I Survive? - Interview on documentary film, directed by Johanna Demetrakis, produced by Mark Harris, 1993, Gal Productions, 2623 E Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107 (626) 584-9515.

"She Said We'd Never Fall in Love Again," poem, The Time of Our Lives, Women Write on Sex after 40, Edited by Dena Taylor and Amber Coverdale Sumrall, The Crossing Press, Freedom CA, 1993.


Writing For Your Life, A Guide and Companion to the Inner Worlds, Harper San Francisco, 1992. Scrivere Per Crescere, Astrolabio, Rome Italy, 1994

"Personal Disarmament," reprinted in Ordinary Magic, edited by John Welwood, Shambhala, Boston and London, 1992.

"The Journal as Activity and Genre," with Barbara Myerhoff, reprinted in Remembered Lives, edited with an introduction by Marc Kaminsky, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1992.

"This Body: My Life, The Practice of Creativity and Healing," audio tapes, Sounds True Recordings, 735 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO, 1992.

A Sabbath Among the Ruins, Parallax Press, Berkeley CA, 1992.

"Miracle at Canyon de Chelly," reprinted in Stories of the Spirit, Stories of the Heart, edited by Christina Feldman and Jack Kornfield, HarperSF, 1992.

Interview in Visionary Voices, Women on Power, Interviews by Penny Rosenwasser, Aunt Lute Press, San Francisco, 1992.

"The Work to Know What Life Is," The Erotic Impulse, edited by David Steinberg, Jeremy P. Tarcher, Los Angeles, CA. 1992.

From What Dinah Thought, Sexual Harassment, Women Speak Out, edited Sumrall\Taylor, Crossing Press, 1992.

Breaking the Silence: Jewish Feminists Tell Their Stories, produced by Naomi Newman of the Traveling Jewish Theatre. From the Series Heart of Wisdom as broadcasted on American Public Radio This program explores that process through the lives and stories of seven feminist writers. E.M. Broner, Marcia Freedman, Susan Griffin, Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, Deena Metzger, Judith Plaskow and Savina Teubal trace their life journeys and their struggles to find their voices.


"Healing the Planet, Healing Ourselves, reprinted in Cooperation, edited by Allan Combs, The World Futures General Evolution Studies, Volume 4, Gordon and Breach, Philadelphia.

"Personal Disarmament and the Nation-State Within," Turning Wheel, Journal of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Berkeley, CA Fall 1991. From a talk at the first Institute on Engaged Buddhism, Oakland, August, 91.

"Through the Fences," Word of Mouth, Volume 2, Short-Short Stories by 100 women Writers. Edited by Irene Zahava. The Crossing Press, Freedom CA 1991.

Interview, Coming into our Fullness, On Women Turning Forty, Cathleen Rountree, The Crossing Press, Freedom CA. 1991.

"Healing the Planet/Healing Ourselves," World Futures, Guest Editor, Allan Combs, Vol. 31, Number 2-4, 1991.

"Writing about the Other," Meeting the Shadow, Eds. Connie Zweig, Jeremiah Abrams, Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1991.

"Healing the Planet, Healing Ourselves," The Elmwood Newsletter, Vol. 7, #1, Spring Equinox, 1991.

"Healing the Planet, Healing Ourselves," Talk at Conference, "Women's Voices in Troubling Times", sponsored by Women's Alliance, U.C. Berkeley, March 1991.


"Healing the Shoah: Humble Visions and Small Miracles," Anima, Chambersburg, PA, Fall Equinox, 1990, Vol. 17 #1.

"Maguay," poem, Bakunin, Vol. 1, # 3, Davis, CA., Autumn 1990.

"Personal Disarmament: Negotiating with the Inner Government," ReVision, Washington D.C. Vol. 12, No. 4, Spring 1990.

"The Necessity of the Imagination," The Elmwood Newsletter, Berkeley CA., Vol. 6, No. 1., Spring Equinox 1990.

"Four Meditations," Dharma Gaia, A Harvest of Essays in Buddhism and Ecology, edited by. Allan Hunt Badiner, Parallax Press, Berkeley, CA, 1990.

From "Walking With Neruda," Word of Mouth, 150 Short-Short Stories by 90 Women Writers, Crossing Press, anthology ed by Irene Zahava, Freedom, CA. 1990.

"Gathering the Sparks, a talk, Poetry Flash, Berkeley CA. #204, March 1990.

"The Tree is Thrown in the Light," and "Wild," Gridlock: an anthology op poetry about Southern California, ed. Elliot Fried, Applezaba Press, P.O. Box 41324, Long Beach, CA 90804, 1990.


"Pilgrimage to Auschwitz,: Op-ed Los Angeles Times, Aug. 19, 1989. Reprinted in the International Herald Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, and Seattle Times.

"Ovation," "Moon in Taurus," Touching Fire, Erotic Writings by Women, edited by Louise Thornton, Jan Sturtevant & Amber Coverdale Sumrall, Carroll and Graf, New York, 1989.

"The Buddha of the Beasts," poem, Creation, Orinda, Calif. Vol. 5 No 2, May/June 89. Also the Elmwood Newsletter, Vol. 4, # 4, Winter Solstice 1988.

What Dinah Thought, Viking/Penguin, October 1989

Looking For the Faces of God, Parallax Press, November 1989.

"Invoking the Grove," Healing the Wounds, The Promise of Ecofeminism, Ed. by Judith Plant, New Society Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa., Santa Cruz, CA. 1989.

"Endangered Species," poem, The Dolphin's Arc, Poems of Endangered Creatures of the Sea, ed, Elisavietta Ritchie, SCOP Publications, College Park, MD., 1989.

"Leavings, Invocation," poems, Invocation L.A., eds Michelle T. Clinton, Sesshu Foster, Naomi Quinonez, West End Press, Albuquerque, NM., 1989.


"Silence," song, music by Betsy Rose, recorded by Betsy Rose on "In My Two Hands," Parallax Music, 1988.

"Guatemala, a Christmas Journey," article, Anima, Vol. 15, No. 1, Chambersburg, PA, Fall Equinox, 1988.

"Owl; Canta," poems, The Jacaranda Review, ed. Bruce Kijewski, Dept. of English, UCLA, 90024, Vol. III, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1988.

From, What Dinah Thought, Skin:Shadows/Silence, and The Woman Who... Deep Down, The New Sensory Writing by Women, ed Laura Chester, Faber & Faber, 1988

"I am no longer afraid," and Poster, Her Soul beneath the Bone, edited by Leatrice H. Lifshitz, University of Illinois Press, 1988

"The Work to Know What Life Is," prose poem, Erotic By Nature, ed. David Steinberg, Shakti Press, Red Alder Books, Spring 1988.

"Miracle at Canyon de Chelly," The Sun, Chapel Hill, NC., #146, Jan. 1988.

"The Feminine Emerging," Yoga Journal, Berkeley, CA. # 78, Jan./Feb. 1988.


"No Words for Rumi," poem, Redstart Eight Plus, Wichita Kansas # I, No. XII, December 1987.

"Lilith," poem, Electrum, #39, Fall/Winter/ 1987

"Heat," "Raspberries," "What Feeds Us," poems, Yellow Silk, Albany, CA., #24, Autumn 1987.

"Wilderness: The New Mysteries," Gnosis Magazine, San Francisco, CA., #4, Spring/Summer 1987.

"The Spiritual Dance," A Dialogue with Ram Dass, Jack Kornfield, Deena Metzger & Reb Zalman Schacter, presented by A Traveling Jewish Theatre, San Francisco, CA., November 16, 1986; On Audio cassette [Traveling Jewish Theatre]; Gnosis Magazine, San Francisco, CA., #4, Spring/Summer 1987.

"Tables," poem, Tsunmai, Los Angles, #1, June 1987


"In the Beginning There was Humming, and "The Tree on the Mountain," excerpts from novel, What Dinah Thought in Hear the Silence, Irene Zahava, editor, Crossing Press, September 1986.

"Blood Oranges," story, Erotic Interludes, Lonnie Barbach, editor, Doubleday, Fall 1986

"Two Worlds, A Letter from Deena Metzger," The Sun, Chapel Hill, NC. Issue 129, August 1986.

"Transmission letter," abridged, The Sun, Chapel Hill, NC. Issue 128, July 1986

Interview by Chellis Glendinning, "Five Faces of the Feminine, 'Dream- Weaver Susan Griffin, healer Deena Metzger, priestess Joan Hull, warrior Judy Hurley, hearth-keeper Kit Sawyer...: Yoga Journal, Berkeley, CA. May/June 1986.

"In the Morning Walking," poem, Electrum, Tustin, California, Spring, 1986. (Also interview: "To Keep the Dreams Coming, Deena Metzger" by Sylvia Rosen.)

Dreams Against The State, 3 act play, directed by Steven Kent, Seven Stages, Atlanta, GA., March, April 1986; Performed in homes and community centers in Los Angeles, September-November 1981.

"The Holy Prostitute," workshop (available on tape) Antioch University, Seattle Washington, Women's Spirituality Conference, March, 1986.

"Retrospective," poem, 1986 Lunar Calendar, Luna Press, Boston, Massachusetts, 1986.


"Re-vamping the world: On the return of the Holy Prostitute." Utne Reader, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August/September 1985. Reprinted in: To Be A Woman, The Birth of the Conscious Feminine, ed. Connie Zweig, Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc. Los Angeles; Critique, ed. Bob Banner, P.0. Box 91980, West Vancouver, B.C., V7C 4S4. #33, Spring 1990; Enlightened Sexuality, Essays on Body-Positive Spirituality, ed. George Feuerstein, The Crossing Press, 1989; Iron Mountain, Florence, Colorado, Spring 1986, Vol. 1, No. 4; Reprinted (in expanded form) Anima, Chambersburg, Pa., Vol. 12, No. 2, Spring equinox 1986. Green Egg, 1996

"Nairobi Conference: Mission of Peace," L.A. Woman, Los Angeles, California, September 1985.

"Breakfast Letter, poem, and Interview, Northridge Review, Northridge California, Fall 1985, Vol.3, No.2

Panelist, workshop leader, Peace Tent, Non-Governmental Forum, U.N. conference on Women, Nairobi, Kenya, July 1985.

Excerpts from Scars On the Body Politic, as poems, Shirim, Los Angeles, California, Spring, 1985.

"Canticle to the Goddess" song, composed by Evan Hodkins, inspired by Deena Metzger and Kaitlin Mullin, The Heart of the Vessel, audio tape, School of Alchemy, Boulder CO.

Goddess Medley, Deena Metzger, Morning Feather, Will Shepardson /Greenham Common, Reclaiming Tape, P.O. Box 14404 San Francisco, CA 94104

"Cancer is the Answer," article, The Sun, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Issue #110, January, 1985.


"Empty Dachas," poem, honorable mention, Alice Jackson poetry prize, Electrum Magazine, Santa Ana, Calif. October 1984.

"Shechina" keynote lecture, Jewish Women's Spirituality Conference, UCLA/USC Hillel, October 1984.

"The Bull Dancer," story, "The Work to Know What Life Is," poem, Pleasures, Women Write Erotica, ed. Lonny Barbach, Doubleday, Fall, 1984.

"Moon in Taurus," poem, New Letters, Kansas City, Missouri, Summer, 1984.

"Julio Cortazar--Dead or Alive?" book review and article, L.A. Weekly, July 20-26, 1984.

"Time to Love," song, (music by Charlie Murphy,) on record, tape, Canticles of Light, Out Front Music, 1984.

"The Trees Ask Me Home," and poster, Minding the Earth, Alameda, Calif, June 1984.

"The Revolution, Children and Theater," L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles, May 25-31, 1984.

"Out of Fire and Madness: Theatre and Children in Nicaragua", Cultural Democracy, Washington D.C., Issue #30, Spring, 1984.

"Connect/Reject" winner Writing on Relationship Contest. Los Angeles Weekly, Los Angeles, April 6-12, 1984. Republished in The Sun, Issue 109, Chapel Hill North Carolina, December 1984; In Context, #10, Summer 1985 Sequim, WA.

"And Yet You Were A Leaf;" "Which of These Forms Have You Taken?" and poster, The Sun, Issue 101, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 1984.

"Letter to Demeter," 1984 Lunar Calendar, Boston, Luna Press 1984.


The Woman Who Slept With Men to Take the War Out of Them [a novel in dramatic form] and Tree [diary/novel.] Two works in one volume. Wingbow Press, Berkeley, October 1983. (First printing, Peace Press, Los Angeles, 1981.]

Tree (diary/novel, published in translation as Linfa). Milan: Compograf Edizionl La Salamandra, Spring 1978.

"That Old Bitch Again," review of Widows, by Ariel Dorfman, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Weekly, November 18-24, 1983.

"Scars on the Body Politic," excerpts, Shirim, Vol. II No. II, Los Angeles, October 1983.

"Revamping the World," paper delivered to A Conference of Feminist Art and Culture in the Eighties, California State university at Long Beach, October, 1983.

Shadow Letters, runner-up chapbook competition, Watermark Press, Huntington Bay, New York, September 1983.

"Cobblestones: Journal From an Island," Anima, Vol. IX,2. Chambersburg, PA. Spring Equinox 1983.

"Apprentices of Freedom: A Response." Theaterwork, Vol III, 3. St. Peter, Minn. March/April 1983.

Poster. (Mastectomy-tattoo image with excerpt from Tree published 1982. Photo by Hella Hammid, poster designed by Sheila de Bretteville. Third printing, 1989. Reproduced in over twenty publications.


"The Trees Ask Me Home," "Shadow Letters," and "Valyermo/ Naomi," The Listening Life, ed. Isabelle Ziegler. Long Beach, CA: Artaban 307, 1982.

"Do Poems Have Gender or Sex?" "Dreaming the Road," and "Threnody for Camellia," Poetry/LA 4, ed. Helen Friedland. Los Angeles: Poetry/LA, 1982.

"Returning: The Eleusinian Mysteries," Theaterwork, Vol. 11,5. St. Peter, Minn. July/August 1982.,

From "Shadow Letters," and A Memoir, The Brooklyn College Alumni Literary Review, 3, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1982


"There is time... There is no time..." Theaterwork, St. Paul, Minn. Vol I no.6 & Vol 2 no. I, Sept/Dec 1981. p. 23

Workshops on the Eleusinian Mysteries and Creative Writing at Aegean Women's Studies Institute, sponsored by San Francisco State University, Molivos, Greece. July, 1981.

The Axis Mundi Poems. Los Angeles: Jazz Press, 1981

Selected poems, Finalist Nimrod third annual Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry. Mark Strand, judge. June 1981

"Succubus/Succulent/Succumb," Amorotica: New Erotic Poetry, ed. Elliot Fried. Long Beach, CA: Deep River Press, 1981.

"What Rough Beast," reprinted from Voyages, included in D.C. Magazines: A Literary Retrospective, ed. Richard Peabody. Washington, D.C.: Paycock Press, 1981.

"Defeats," Changing Landscapes, ed. Isabelle Ziegler. Long Beach, CA: Artaban 307, 1981.

"Mating" (poem), The San Fernando Valley: Past and Present, ed. Lawrence C. Jorgenson. North Hollywood, CA: Pacific Rim Research, 1981.

From "Shadow Letters," Zero V. Los Angeles: Zero Press, 1981.


"The Eleusinian Mysteries: A Journey of Personal Transformation/A Contemporary Re-Enactment." Two-week workshop in Greece, co-led with Steve Kent, using poetry, theatre, myth, writing, music and ritual to recreate the rites as contemporary ceremonies of personal transformation and exploration. Fall 1980, 1990.

"Where Are Your Green Eyes" (story), Anima VI, 2. Chambersburg, PA: June 1980.

From Axis Mundi Poems, Jazz 6. Santa Cruz, CA: Jazz Press, 1980.

"The Journal as Activity and Genre: Or Listening to the Silent Laughter of Mozart," Semiotica XXX. The Hague: Mouton, 1980.

"Letter to Demeter," "Loon," and "Trespassing,"

Poetry/LA 1. Los Angeles: Poetry/LA, 1980.

Life Not Death in Venice (co-writer and co-interviewer). Video documentaries on the art and culture of a community of elderly Jews in Venice, California. Directed by Barbara Myerhoff; sponsored by the Department of Visual Anthropology, University of Southern California. Spring 1980.

"Reclaiming Grandmothers," a collaborative performance of poetry and storytelling, with Barbara Myerhoff, Ph.D., at the Manhattan Theatre Club, New York. April, 1980.

Not As Sleepwalkers (staged reading). Leader of writing workshop and principal author, working under a grant from NEA. This dramatic piece was developed in a New Moves workshop for women over sixty and under thirty; it was produced at the Woman's Building in June 1977, toured California in 1977 and 1978, and was performed at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles in 1980.

Writer's in Performance/The Poetry Series at the Manhattan Theatre Club, "Reclaiming Grandmothers, with Barbara Myerhoff. April 21, 1980

"The Poet's Voice" (selected poems and photographs), Theta Cable Television series, Los Angeles. January 1980. (Available on cassette.)


"Self Portrait of a Woman Alone" (poems and slides/shadow images), performed at the Woman's Building, Los Angeles. September 1979. Some poems and images in Jazz 5. Los Angeles, 1980.

Desert Journal (journal to be used as voice-over in screen play, Desert of the Heart, by Donna Deitch from novel of the same name by Janice Rule). Desert Heart Productions, July 1979.

"Missing...," eight poems by Ariel Dorfman. Translated by Deena Metzger and Luis Galvez. In These Times III, 9. Chicago: January 17-23, 1979; Index on Censorship VIII, 3. London: May/June 1979; Jazz 6. Los Angeles, Winter 1980.

"Circle of Stories" (theatre review), Parabola IV, 4. New York, 1979.

"Dear Diary" (paper on 'The Journal as Activity and Genre' as presented to the American Anthropological Association, 1977), with Barbara Myerhoff, Ph.D., Chrysalis. Winter, 1979.

"To Come Upon the Tree Slowly," "Neither Fish Nor Fowl," from "Xochimilco Poems," Gramercy Review III, 1. Los Angeles: Winter 1979.

Songs (lyrics, Deena Metzger; music, Caitlyn Mullin), performed at the Woman's Building, September, 1979. "Goddess Chant" published, performed and recorded by various artists in U.S. and Europe, including Charlie Murphy 1979-1991. Seasonal Dance, ed., Janice Borch & Veronica MacLer, Samuel Weiser, Inc., York Beach, Maine, 1993

"On the way to My Grandmother's House: She is the Wolf" (prose), rara avis. Los Angeles: Summer 1979.

"Even the Still Air Needs Something to Carry," "She Said We'd Never Fall in Love Again," "The Elements Are Those Which Open," from "Errato Poems," and "Mating," from "Xochimilco Poems," Bachy 14. Los Angeles: Spring/Summer 1979.

"Icon," From "Looking for the Faces of God," Persona (newsletter of masked theatre) III, 2. Richmond, IN: Summer, 1979.


From "Scars on the Body Politic," Love Stories by New Women, ed. Charleen Swansea and Barbara Campbell. Charlotte, NC: Red Clay Books, 1978; London: Women's Press, 1979; New York: Avon Books, 1980-81.

Dark Milk (poetry). Los Angeles: Momentum Press, September 1978.

"Woman Talk - The Politics of Conversation and Various Asides on Woman's Culture, Water Coolers, W.C.s and Children," Issues in American History, ed. Joseph Boskin. Beverly Hills, CA: Glencoe Press, 1978.

Selected Poems ("Elementary Survival Dance," "Crimes Against Soft Birds," "Naming Us By Our Eyes," "Moonshine," "The Woman Who Swallows the Earthquake Gains Its Power") The Streets Inside: Ten Los Angeles Poets (anthology), ed. Bill Mohr. Los Angeles: Momentum Press, 1978.

"Return to Earth" (poem), LA Weekly. December 21, 1978.

"The Woman Who Swallows the Earthquake Gains Its Power" (poem), Chrysalis 6. Los Angeles: Fall 1978.

"Endangered Species" (poem), Gramercy Review II, 4. Los Angeles: Autumn 1978.

"Its Happening... In New Haven, L.A., New York" (theatre review), MS Magazine VI, 12. New York: June 1978.


The Book of Hags: a radio play in the form if a novel. Dramatized by Everett Frost. Produced for KPFK, Pacifica Radio, Los Angeles, 1976. Published on cassette. Washington, DC: Black Box, 1977.

Women & Space (narrative tape and slide presentation for the exhibit "Women in American Architecture: Historic Contemporary Perspective"). The Brooklyn Museum, February, 1977.

"Its Always the Woman Who Gets Raped," The Journal of American Psychiatry XXXIII, 4. Washington, D.C.: April-May, 1976. Reprinted in The Rape Victim, ed. Deanna R. Nass, Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 1977; and Issues in American Society, ed. Joseph Boskin. Beverly Hills, CA: Glencoe Press, 1978.

"Elementary Survival Dance," "Gray Bird," "The Cold Sun," "The Vernal Equinox," "Ceremony for Two Still Dancers," (poems and extensive interview), Bachy 10. Los Angeles: 1977.

"Omens," "Shabbat," (poems), Contemporary Women Poets, An Anthology of California Poets. San Jose, CA: Merlin Press, 1977.

Milk Fever (play), Momentum Magazine. Los Angeles: October 1977. Performed at Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles: October 1977.

"In Her Image: Woman's Culture" (excerpt from monograph of the same name), Heresies 2. New York: May 1977.

"The Blue Tone," from The Book of Hags, Chrysalis 1. Los Angeles: January 1977.


"At the Beck and Call of Life: Social Change and Woman's Culture," with Barbara G. Myerhoff, Ph.D. Paper presented to annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. May 1976.

From The Book of Hags, Sinister Wisdom 1, 2. Charlotte, NC: July 1976.

From "Scars on the Body Politic," Sinister Wisdom 1, 1. Charlotte, NC: July 1976.

"Little League Women" (poem), Sports in Literature. New York: David McKay, Spring 1976.

"Crimes Against Soft Birds," "What the Bird Knows," "Cows," "Dawn," "Daphne," "Marketing," "Confirmation" (poems), The Alley Cat Readings 2. Hermosa Beach, CA: Bombshelter Press, February 1976.


Skin: Shadows/Silence (novel). Reno, Nevada: West Coast Poetry Review, 1975.

"Art of Latin America" (slide presentation on revolutionary art and culture of Chile and Cuba), with Dr. David Kunzle. Los Angeles: Environmental Graphics, 1975.

"American Mother" (poem), Latin American Perspectives II, 4. Riverside, CA: Spring 1975.

"A Letter of Introduction," Women's Sensibility. Valencia, CA: California Institute of the Arts, Spring 1975.

"Crimes Against Soft Birds" (poem), Peace News 1996. London: May 1975.


"The Diary: The Ceremony of Knowing," A Casebook on Anais Nin, ed. Robert Zaller. New York: Meridian Books, 1974.

From Skin: Shadows/Silence, Bastard Angel 2. San Francisco: Spring 1974.

Chile: With Poems and Guns (hour-long film documentary). Co-producer, co-director, co-writer, co-editor, narrator. January, 1974.


"Woman" (poem), Children of the Moon, ed. Rochelle Holt. Birmingham, AL: Ragnarok Press, 1973.

"Teacher's Bill of Rights," WIN IX, 40. New York: December 1973.

"Silence as Experience," College Composition and Communication XXIV, 3. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, October 1973.

"Little League Women," "A Talisman for the New Year" (poems), Rising Tides: 20th Century American Women Poets, ed. Laura Chester and Sharon Barba. New York: Pocket Books, July 1973.


Her Raven Tresses (radio documentary). KPFK, Pacifica Radio, 1972.

"A Talisman for the New Year" (poem), Venice Poetry Company Presents, ed. Ted Simmons. Venice, CA: 1972.

"Laboring" from Flying With a Rock, Everywoman III, 1. Los Angeles: February 1972.

"Daphne," "Cows" (poems), TREE: 3. Santa Barbara, CA: Winter 1972.


"Confirmations" (poem), Mount Alverno Review. Los Angeles: 1971.

"The Tree the Students at Pitzer Did Not See" (poem), Statement. California State University at Los Angeles: Summer 1971.


"A Talisman for the New Year" (poem), Southern California Lit Scene, I, 1. Long Beach, CA: December 1970.

"Poetry as Attitude," College Composition and Communication XXXI, 1. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, February 1970.

"The Revolution of Sensibility vs. The American Meatgrinder," Statement. California State University at Los Angeles: Winter 1970.


"Jehovah's Child" (poem), Los Angeles Free Press. July 1969.

"Neatly Removed" (story), Spectrum XI, 1. University of California, Santa Barbara: Summer 1969.

"Apricot" (poem), Pyramid 6. Belmont, MA: 1969.

From "What Rough Beast," Beyond Baroque 1, 2. Los Angeles: July 1969.

"Relevant Relevance," College Composition and Communication XX, 5. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, December 1969.


From "What Rough Beast," Voyages II, 3. Washington D.C.: Fall 1968.

"Words" (poem), 23 California Poets. Los Angeles: Ante-Echo Press, 1968.


"A Metaphor" from "What Rough Beast", Ante III, 3. Los Angeles: Fall 1967.

"Appetite," "Sow Anything" (poems), Ante III, 2. Los Angeles: Summer 1967.


"Variations on a Theme: A Study of 'Exiles' by James Joyce and 'The Great God Brown' by Eugene O'Neill," Modern Drama, September 1965.


"Hart Crane's Bridge: The Myth Active," Arizona Quarterly XX, 1. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, Spring 1964.