Here are a variety of magazines and journals in which Jhenah’s work has appeared over the years. Please consider subscribing and/or purchasing back-orders of these and other Pagan periodicals. Let’s support Pagan publishing; they carry the voices of our community!
Issue 106 – Fall 2010
In “Sacred Breath”, I share a snapshot of personal pilgrimage framed in a reflection on the liminal essence of Glastonbury Tor as it straddles the realms of what was, what is, and what may yet be. The three-dimensional labyrinth carved into the slopes of the Tor provide an apt metaphor for this inner journey, as well as a portal into the Otherworldly mysteries of Avalon herself.
Issue 104 – Fall 2009
My article “The Chalice and the Grail” discusses the history of Chalice Well in addition to my own experiences with this transformational site. In 2000, I was privileged to have the opportunity to climb down into the emptied shaft of the Chalice Well. The experience of being in the Well chamber is one of my life’s defining moments, and in the article, I do my best to share some of the awe and beauty of that incredible journey into the heart of the Sacred Well.
The Beltane Papers
The Maiden’s Mysteries
Issue 41 – Fall 2007
This beautiful issue of The Beltane Papers features “She Lives In My Heart”, a very personal account of the ways in which I share the Path of the Goddess with my young daughter — and not always as the teacher.
Issue 43 – Fall/Winter 2005
This issue of Circle Magazine features “The Keening” — my first person account of the spiritual healing powers of this Celtic ritual of mourning.
Issue 43 – Autumn 2005
Along with Issac Bonewits and R.J. Stewart, Jhenah was interviewed for “Voices of Modern Druidry”, the cover story for PanGaia magazine’s special issue on Celtic Spirituality. Managing Editor and interviewer Elizabeth Barrett calls Jhenah “the mother of the Avalonian revival” and the scope of the piece helps place the Avalonian Tradition in the context of the modern Druidic movement.
Issue 25 – Autumn 2000
In this issue of PanGaias “Toe to Toe” feature, Jhenah Telyndru and Wren Walker explore the pros and cons of Pagan products targeted for minors, like Silver RavenWolf’s Teen Witch Kit .
The Tor Stone: A Journey through the Mists
The Tor Stone is a Quarterly Journal of Women’s Mysteries published by the Sisterhood of Avalon. Jhenah’s writing has appeared in many issues of the journal, including her ongoing column To Part the Mists, and a multi-part exploration of Avalonian Sacred Sites.