Ithell Colquhoun: Genius of the Fern Loved Gully. London: Strange Attractor Press (Forthcoming 2019/2020).

The Taro of Ithell Colquhoun. Co-edited with Robert Ansell. Somerset, Fulgur Ltd. 2018. 

Journal of the Academic Study of Magic 5. Co-edited with Susan Johnston Graf. Oxford: Mandrake Press, 2009.

New Directions in Celtic Studies. Co-edited with Philip Payton. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2000.

Inside Merlin’s Cave: A Cornish Arthurian Reader. Co-edited with Alan M. Kent and Tim Saunders. London: Francis Boutle Press, 2000.

Esoteric Culture and History

"Considering the Esoteric Aesthetic: Practice, Context and Reception" in Black Mirror Zero, Territory.   Judith Noble, Dominic Shepherd and Robert Ansell eds. Somerset, Fulgur Ltd. 2014

"Colours are Forces, The Signatures of the Forces": An Exploration of Colour as Entity. in I:MAGE Travelling with Unfamiliar Spirits (Exhibition Catalog) Robert Ansell and Livia Filotico eds. Somerset, Fulgur Ltd. 2014

"Navigating Praxis: Pagan Studies vs. Esoteric Studies” in The Pomegranate: Journal of International Pagan Studies 15 [ 1-2 ] 2013.

“The Art and Magic of Ithell Colquhoun” in Handbook of Modern Western Magic. Edited by N. Drury. Ars Concrescent Press, 2012.

 “White Men Can’t Dance: Evaluating Race, Class and Rationality in Ethnographies of the Esoteric” in Ten Years After Triumph of the Moon edited by D. Green and D. Evans. Bristol: Hidden Publishing, 2009.


 "John Michell, Radical Traditionalism and the Emerging Politics of the Pagan New Right” in The Pomegranate: Journal of International Pagan Studies. 13 (1), 2012, pp. 77-97.

“Swords of Meteoric Iron: Archangel Michael and the Politics of Celtic Spirituality” in The Harp and the Constitution: Myths of Celtic and Gothic Origin 1700-2000, edited by J. Parker. Leiden: Brill Publishing, 2016.

“Marketing "Rad Trad": The Growing Co-Influence Between Paganism and the New Right” in Bringing Race to the Table: Exploring Racism in the Pagan Community. Taylor Ellwood, Crystal Blanton and Brandy Williams editors. London: Immanion Press, 2015


 ‘Selling Celtic Cornwall: Changing Markets and Meanings’ in Tourism, Consumption and Representation: Narratives of Place and Self edited by Meethan, K, Anderson, A. and Miles, S. Wallingford: CABI Publishing, 2006.

‘The Land Near the Dark Cornish Sea: The Development of Tintagel as a Celtic Pilgrimage Site’. In The Journal for the Academic Study of Magic Issue 2, 2004.

 ‘Creating a Cornish Brand: Discourses of Traditionality in Cornish Economic Regeneration Strategies’ in Culture and Economy: Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Kockel, U. London, Ashgate, 2002.

‘Cultural Studies and Cornish Studies: A Retrospective’ in Cornish Studies 10 edited by Payton, P. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2002.

‘Representing the Cornish: Contesting Heritage Interpretation in Cornwall’. In Tourism Studies 1(2), 2001 pp. 185-196.

‘In the Eye of the Sun: the Relationship between the Cornish Gorseth and Esoteric Druidry.’ In Cornish Studies 8, edited by Philip Payton. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2000.