I’ve published a number of things over the years, but none of them made me as happy as when I had the honor of having The Last Word in UU World magazine (above). I can’t complain that I’ve never had the last word on anything, because now I have!
Apocryphile Press of Berkeley, CA published my first novel in 2017. You can learn more about Saint Somebody Central Catholic here.
Magazines, Journals, and Newspapers
Over the years I have published the articles below in various journals, periodicals and newspapers. Click the link to read and/or download a PDF file of the article.
Keep the Faith: I am one of a number of faith leaders who contribute to a regular column in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette newspaper.
- “White Fragility” September 21, 2018.
- “Stopping the World from Sucking” April 21, 2018
- “Infinite Games”, Dec. 8, 2017.
- “Human Rights”, Aug. 4, 2017.
- “Black Sun Setting”, June 2, 2017
Review of The Annotated Autobiography of Adin Ballou, Lynn Gordon Hughes and Peter Hughes, eds. Journal of Unitarian Universalist History 2017 pp 151-153.
The Third Way Home Healing Ministry, Vol. 14, Number 1, Winter 2007
Taking Refuge , The Mindfulness Bell, Autumn 2007.
Be Not Afraid, Healing Ministry, Vol. 23, Number 2, Spring 2006
IRV Would Improve the Electoral Process Worcester Telegram & Gazette, October 4, 2004
A Sort of Homecoming, Worcester Magazine, July 2, 1997
Human Rights Ill Served by War, Fitchburg-Leominster Sentinel and Enterprise, February 17, 1991
Spiritual Direction as Missional Ministry was my graduation project for my certification in spiritual direction.
Unitarian Universalists and the Fight for God Talk: Speaking in Rainbow Tongues to a Red and Blue Country
Church Newsletter Columns
To read examples of newsletter columns, you can access current and back issues of The Good Shepherd, the weekly e-newsletter of Hopedale Unitarian Parish here.
The Good News
I served as the Editor of the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship newsletter and journal, The Good News 2011-2013. During my tenure we redesigned the print version of the publication and made it available online.
I publish a blog on what it’s like to be an active contemplative Unitarian Universalist. The Sunflower Chalice is home to my thoughts on spirituality, religion, Unitarian Universalism, politics and culture.