This is my library, where you will find links to various fiction, essays, memoirs, and poetry I have written over the years.  I hope you will find it inspiring, entertaining, and thought-provoking. I would love to know what you think!

Creating a Spiral Spirited Future

I have organized my recent writings into an anthology titled Creating a Spiral Spirited Future. You may download it as a free ebook by clicking the download button.

You may also read it right here on this website by starting at the first chapter, “Welcome to My Kitchen,” and then proceeding with links that will take you from chapter to chapter.  I hope you enjoy it!

Here are links to each chapter so you can move around if you like.

Welcome to My Kitchen

What Do the Goddesses Say?

Finding Women’s Spirituality All Around Us

How Do We Make a Better Future Happen?

All Beings Are Sacred

The Ocean Refuses No River

Summoning Silence

If you’re a poetry buff, you might like a free download of my book of poetry titled Summoning Silence. You may download it here.

The Temple of the Subway Goddess

I have also self-published a novel, The Temple of the Subway GoddessThe Temple of the Subway Goddess is a novel of sisterhood, the quest for a modern woman’s sacred spirit, and urban renewal, circa 5000 BCE. Banished from her own time when myth, magic, and a Creator in the form of a woman were part of daily life, 7,000-year- old priestess Mira flees to a forgotten neighborhood of a 21st century American city. There she allies herself with the dispirited and out-of-love ex-photographer Suzanne, bringing her new friend unexpected spiritual powers, troublesome instant celebrity, and a most peculiar mission. As Suzanne’s husband, friends, and neighbors fall under Mira’s spell, she desperately seeks to discover if they have all lost their minds or found their sacred souls.

It is available as a free download or you may purchase it by going to You may also purchase it from Amazon.

Painting is from The Goddess of Afternoon Tea by Celia Player.  Used with permission of the artist.

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