Love Your Neighbor: Stories of Values and Virtues, Scholastic Books, NY
Malaika, The Jomo Kenyatta Foundation, Nairobi, Kenya (scheduled)
After Uhuru: Kenya Stories, Cross-Cultural Communications, Merrick, NY
Ethical People and How They Get To Be That Way, Ethica Press, New York
Being Good and Doing Right: Readings in Moral Development, (ed.) University Press of America, Lanham, MD.
Spelling God with Two O’s, Ethical Humanist Society, Garden City, N.Y.
Angles and Chambers, Cross-Cultural Communications, Merrick, N.Y.
Salted with Fire, Oxford University Press, Nairobi, Kenya.
Love Is Stronger Than Death, Fieldston Press, Garden City, N.Y.
Out of Place, Backstreet Editions, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Convictions: Political Prisoners—Their Stories, (co-author) Orbis Books, Maryknoll, N.Y.
Gentle Spears, Cross-Cultural Communications, Merrick, N.Y.
Lace: Poetry from the Poor, the Homeless, the Aged, the Physically and Emotionally Disabled, (ed.) Cross-Cultural Communications, Merrick, N.Y.
Saying My Name Out Loud, Pleasure Dome Press, South Farmingdale, N.Y.
The God Within, Ethica Press, New York, N.Y.
Sunbird, Cross-Cultural Communications, Merrick, N.Y.
Getting Married the Way You Want, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. (co-author)
The Ethical Judgments of Social Workers, Adelphi University, School of SocialWork Journal
Journal of Humanism and Ethical Religion, Co-editor
Doug and Barbara, in A Lively Connection, Ethica Press, New York, N.Y.
The Role of Agrarian Cooperatives in the Development of Rural Kenya, Studies In Comparative International Development, Vol. V, #6, 107-133.
Holding Wonder Like a Cup Understanding Evil, Columbia Publishing Co., Bethpage, NY
Was Jesus a Great Ethical Teacher? Columbia Publishing Co., Bethpage, NY
The Evolution of God and Heaven, Columbia Publishing Co., Bethpage, NY
Salvation and Enlightenment, Columbia Publishing Co., Bethpage, NY
Ethical Humanism in Brief, Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island, Garden City, N.Y.
Little Heroes, Cross-Cultural Communications, Merrick, N.Y.
Sports or Spirit? Newsday, July 13
reprinted: Assisi Times, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Sept./ Oct.
Feeling Guilty: Both Sides, Long Island Parenting News, April.
Literature and Character, The Humanist, Sept.-Oct. 1997.
The TV Rating System and Children’s Morality, Long Island Parenting News, Feb.
The Path to Racial Justice IsVia Education, withWarren Payton, Newsday, June 18
Living Humanism: How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, Practice, Practice, The Humanist, July-August.
Courage, Conscience & Character: Childrearing Lessons From the Holocaust, Long Island Parenting News, Oct.
Rodney King and Race Relations, The Human Quest, Sept. – Oct.
Charity and Justice in the Ethical Movement, Journal of Humanism and Ethical Religion, Vol. 5, #1
Ethical Judgments and Gender: A Response to Rhodes and Fleck-Henderson, Social Work, Vol.35, #2, 183
Students Battle as Cultures Clash in China, Newsday, Jan. 13.
Ethical Judgments of Male and Female Social Workers, Social Work, Vol.34, #5, 451-455.
In Gay Marriage, A Longing For Legitimacy, Newsday,Dec. 3.
Suicide: A Typology, Case Analysis, Vol. 2, #3, 185-200.
Will Elephants Go Dinosaurs’ Way? N.Y. Times, Oct. 29.
Humanist Literature in Perspective, Humanism Today, Vol. 2, 59-62.
Foster Children Need a Family From Any Race, Newsday.
New Tongues in the Neighborhood, N.Y. Times, July 21.
Touch the Earth, ethical society, Vol. 6, #3, 4-6.
Making Distinctions Among the Weapons of War, Newsday, Jan. 18.
There’s No Bond Like the Friendship of Teammates, Newsday, April 22.
Morality Has a Place in Making Decisions About Pulbic Policy, Newsday, Aug. 24.
Why Not Have Another Child? N.Y. Times, Nov. 18.
Volunteerism: Freedom Workers, Long Island Life, Vol. 2, #10, 16-21.
Responsibility in Democracy, The Churchman, Vol. CXCVII, #5, 6.
French Flavor by a Placid Lake, Newsday, July 24.
Japantown By the Bay, Newsday, Oct. 9.
Today, Remember Political Prisoners, Newsday, Dec. 10.
Kenya: The Sorcerer’s Connection, Worldview, Vol. 24, #3, 15.
The Other Kenya: A Land of Perpetual Spring, Newsday, Jan. 4.
The Peace Corps After 20 Years: Still Much Needed, Newsday, March 1.
Life and Death: Comprehending the Great Gift, N.Y. Times, Sept. 21.
Social Reform Religion, The Churchman, Vol. CXCIV, #2, 14.
China: A New Frontier for Canadian Businesses, Business World, May
China Changes Gears, Win, Vol. 16, #10, 19-23.
China: A Running View, The Runner, Vol. 2, #7, 52-54.
Feast and Famine, Food Monitor, #16, May-June, 23.
An American Prisoner of Conscience, The Progressive,
Vol. 44, #5, 35- 39.
Flowers Made of Diamonds: Poetry in the Almshouse, ethical society, Vol. 3, #1, 6-9.
I Take Thee…, N.Y. Times, Feb. 17.
I Don’t Like Leaving but I Have To, N.Y. Times, July 20.
Running Through China, Newsday, Aug. 10.
Why I Don’t Want Anything Perfect, Newsday, Aug. 18.
Disappearing In Argentina, Christianity and Crisis, Vol. 39, #18, 290.
Vignettes of Development: Kenya, Food Monitor, #8, Jan.-Feb., 11.
Does Racial Prejudice Overrule Love? Newsday, Aug. 16.
Jilting Love, N.Y. Times, Nov. 19.
Jailed Draft Resister In Greece Seems Like Sisyphus, Newsday, Dec. 10.
The Vanishing Herds, Food Monitor, #4, May-June, 23.
Coffee and the Farmer, Food Monitor, #1, Sept 15.
The Freedom to Say ‘No’ to Conversion, N.Y. Times, March 20.
Speaking Up for Our Political Prisoners, Newsday, April 21.
On Segregated Housing, N.Y. Times, March 2.
The Street Cars Call Desire, N.Y. Times, April 16.
The Necessity for Psycho-Democracy, Progressive World, Vol. XXV, #9, 13- 18.
Encampment for Citizenship, Ethical Education, Vol. 2, #1, 12-14 (interview).
Prejudices: Will We Ever Overcome Them? Newsday, Oct. 15.
To Be Human In Today’s World, Progressive World, Vol. XXIII, #12, 40-44.
Crime in the Streets? The Humanist, Vol. XXIX, #5, 2.
Troubles Erupt in the Co-ops, East Africa Journal, Vol. 3, #3, 7-12.Articles Quoted in
The Making of the Modern World: A History of the Twentieth Century, Quintard Taylor, Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque
Among Friends: Who We Like, Why We Like Them, and What We Do With Them, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, McGraw Hill, NY
The Widener Review
West Hills Review, Thirteen; Trapani Nueva (Sicily); Poetry North Review; Zephyr
Luminar (Canary Islands); Island Free Press; Pudding; Trapani Nueva; Yellow Silk
Street Bagel; Connections; Phantasmagoria; Pastiche; Colorado-North Review; Zephyr
West Hills Review; Voices International; Waterways
Confrontation; C.W. Post 13th Annual Poetry Awards; Grub Street; Tinderbox
Art’s Review; Ululations; Poet and Critic; Bitterroot
The Smith; Phantasm; International Poetry Festival, Town of Islip; Luft Press (West Germany); Xanadu; Washout; N.Y. Times
Bitterroot; Xanadu; The New Infinity Review; Long Island Naturalist; Salome
Ocarina; Chelsea; Dark Waters; Bitterrot; Street Cries; Poet: An International Anthology (India); Xanadu
Religious Humanism; Bitterroot; Premier Poets (India)
East Africa JournalPoetry in Anthologies
In Autumn: An Anthology of Long Island Poetry, Birnham Wood Graphics Publication, Northport, N.Y.
Perspectives on a Grafted Tree: Thoughts for Those Touched by Adoption, Perspective Press, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Paumanok Rising: An Anthology of Eastern Long Island Aesthetics, Street Press, Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Peace Is Our Profession: Poems and Passages of War Protest, East River Anthology, Montclaire, N.J.
Poetry Set To Music
Four poems by Richard Lane (conductor, New Jersey Symphony)
Dream Street Cafe
That’s My Desire, staged production
Murder Joints and Mannikens, staged production
Mirrors, produced at several locations, Long Island, N.Y. and in New York CityShort Stories
Modesti’s Marigolds, The New College Review, Hofstra University
Running Through Africa, The New College Review, Hofstra University
Cherry Cay, Promethean: The Literary Magazine of City College, Vol. 11, #1
October Day, Promethean: The Literary Magazine of City College, Vol. 11, #2Tapes
Love Your Neighbor, Even If She Plays the Trombone, Ethica Press
Chester Breaks Some Eggs, Ethica Press
Gentle Spears, American Poets #2, Cross-Cultural CommunicationsMedia Appearances
Parenting Today, CNN, September 13 (cnn.com/transcripts/9809/13/sm.o4.html)