Walk Away: Reflections on “Omelas” and Growing up During the Cold War

Editorial: Walk Away Lezlie A. Kinyon, Ph.D. Ed. September, 2016 Vol. 5 Number 2: Women in War: Spirit, Body, Mind,...

Say to Them: Survive.  Interview with Zsuzanna Budapest

Edited By Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D., and Laurie Dietrich, Coreopsis Journal   On the 1956 Hungarian Revolution …      ...


We Hear From Our Readers ...

Letters: We Hear From Our Readers…

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Between the Worlds, Wisdom from The Coreopsis Artist in Residence

Interview with Chip Thomas by Helena Domenic Art>>

The Morrigan, by Lauren Raine>> 


Body, Mind, Heart, Art

Faerian Drama

…Without the Fairies: Two Post-Tolkienian Examples Janet Brennan Croft Rutgers University Abstract        In “On Fairy-stories” (1939), Tolkien...

Sex Yes, Censorship No

or, Marching in the Streets Revisited, a Personal Observation of Recent Intellectual History from Out of the Ballpark by Leslie...

Woman Veteran as Wounded Healer

Woman Veteran as Wounded Healer: The Ellie McEnroe Novels by Lisa Brackmann Interview by Rev. Denise Dumars, M.A. Abstract Novelist...

Dowry Death

Dowry Death: A Social and Political Creation by Stacy Dulan University of California at Berkeley   Abstract Dowry death in...



Profiles in Art

African Orisa Tradition

Conjuring Art Interview: Nedra T. Williams: Audio

Conjuring Art audio interview Nedra T. Williams interviewed by Luisah Teish Listen to a lively discussion with Priestesses of the...


New books and music -- Upcoming conferences and festivals -- Paper calls

Call for Papers: Festivals

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Thank You

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Staff Releases and Projects

Projects We are Involved With – and – how to support them: If you have a project with a “kickstarter-style”...

New Releases: Publications and Books

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