|Anthologies and annuals which feature Jhenah’s fictional writings, as well as those on Celtic Paganism, Goddess Spirituality, and the Avalonian Tradition.|
Edited by Kelly Woo and the Editorial Committee of Ninth Wave Press
With a Foreword and Introduction by Jhenah Telyndru
Ninth Wave Press, 2016
Whether she is simply a legendary figure from Medieval Welsh lore, or is in truth a Sovereignty Goddess once worshiped in Celtic Britain, there is no doubt that Blodeuwedd is celebrated and honored in modern times as a Divinity in her own right.
As part of the movement to understand the deeper significance which underscores her myth found in the Fourth Branch of The Mabinogi, here then is a collection of essays and meditations; poetry and songs; drawings and photographs; scholarly research and experiential encounters, which explore the nature of Blodeuwedd in all of her facets — remembering her mythos, reclaiming her Divine Status, and renewing her role as an initiatory Goddess who empowers us to be free.
In addition to the foreword and introduction, Jhenah has several pieces in this anthology, including the essays “Reclaiming Blodeuwedd”, “Maid of Flowers, Made of Flowers”, as well as several pieces of poetry.
The Goddess in America: The Divine Feminine in Cultural Context
Edited by Trevor Greenfield
Introduction by Jhenah Telyndru
Moon Books, 2016
An anthology with contributions from nineteen writers, The Goddess in America is a book that identifies the enduring experience of Goddess Spirituality through a four-part discussion focused on the Native Goddess, the Migrant Goddess, the Goddess in relation to other aspects of American culture (Feminism, Christianity, Witchcraft etc.) and the Goddess in contemporary America.
Jhenah is honored to have written the introduction to this anthology by Moon Books, and to have her essay “The American Dilemma: Engaging in Non-Appropriative Pagan Practice” included.
Edited by Shauna Aura Knight and Taylor Ellwood
Megalithica Books, 2016
The words “Pagan Leadership” are often met with scorn and tales of failed groups and so-called Witch Wars. And yet, as our communities grow and mature, we find ourselves in dire need of healthy, ethical leaders. Most Pagans have seen what doesn’t work. But what does? This anthology features over thirty authors, thirty essays, and decades of leadership experience sharing their failures and successes as leaders as well as showing you how you can become a better Pagan leader. Jhenah’s essay: “Creating Conscious Community: Avalon as Metaphor” appears in this anthology.
Edited by Maya St. Clair
Air n-Aithesc Press Books, 2016
A fantastic resource of prayers and invocations in Old Irish, and Gaulish, with their English translations; as well as prayers in English to Welsh, Irish and Gaulish Gods. The authors and editor also took the time to add a little information on the Gods they pray to and the reasons behind writing their prayers or invocations. Jhenah is honored to have several devotional invocations to the British Goddesses with whom she has worked for decades, as well as a praise poem to Arianrhod included in this compilation.
Naming the Goddess
Edited by Trevor Greenfield
Moon Books, 2014
Naming the Goddess is written by over eighty adherents and scholars of the Goddess and of Goddess Spirituality, and includes contributions from Selena Fox, Kathy Jones, Caroline Wise and Rachel Patterson. Part 1 is a series of critical essays focusing upon contemporary Goddess issues. Part 2 is a spiritual gazetteer featuring over seventy Goddesses. Jhenah is pleased to have contributed an essay about the Welsh Goddess Branwen to this anthology.
The Scribing Ibis: An Anthology of Pagan Fiction in Honor of Thoth
Edited by Rebecca Buchanan and the Editorial Board of Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 2011
He was Creation’s First Storyteller. To soothe a wrathful Goddess, ibis-headed Thoth spun tales of honor and greed, love and treachery, Gods and princes and pirates. Entranced, charmed, Her rage cooled, the Goddess returned to heaven. Order was restored.
And so it is in His name that we dedicate this collection. Here, modern Pagans and polytheists continue that ancient tradition, weaving stories of creation and loss, death and rebirth, humor and courage, transformation and destruction. From the banks of the Nile to the icy north, from modern-day Kansas to far future alien worlds, these tales sing of the grace and glory of the Gods, and Their place in our lives.
Jhenah is honored to have her short story “The Gallisenae” included in this anthology, which will be used to help promote the revival of the worship of the ancient Gods, with a portion of the proceeds given to a worthy charitable organization in their name. To find out more, or to purchase, please visit Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Which Witch is Which?:A Concise Guide to Wiccan and Neo-Pagan Paths and Traditions
Compiled and Edited by Patricia Telesco
Contributing Author – Jhenah Telyndru
New Page Books, 2004
There are hundreds of “101” books to help neophytes learn elementary spells, practices, and rituals, but few titles that explore the specific focal points that strongly influence a person’s spiritual path choices and subsequent experiences. Which Witch is Which? is that much needed informational guide to the histories, beliefs, and general practices of the most popular Wiccan and Neo-Pagan Traditions. Jhenah contributed an overview of the Avalonian Tradition and the Sisterhood of Avalon to this book.