Oberon Zell Bibliography

Oberon is featured, quoted, interviewed, or otherwise referenced in the following books:

As Tim Zell (1972-1978):

  1. The New Pagans, by Hans Holzer (Doubleday & Co., 1972)
  2. Black Magic, Satanism & Voodoo, by Leo Louis Martello (Castle Books, 1973)
  3. Witchcraft, The Old Religion, by Leo Louis Martello (University Books, 1973)
  4. Religious & Spiritual Groups in Modern America, by Robert S. Ellwood, Jr. (Prentiss-Hall, 1974)
  5. Directory of the Occult, by Hans Holzer (Henry Regnery, 1974)
  6. The New Polytheism: Rebirth of the Gods and Goddesses, by David L. Miller (Harper & Row, 1974)
  7. Occultism, Witchcraft & Cultural Fashions, by Mircea Eliade (University of Chicago Press, 1976)

As Otter G’Zell (1979-1994):

  1. Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America Today, by Margot Adler (Beacon Press, 1979; revised and expanded 2nd edition 1987, Viking)
  2. The Encyclopedia of American Religions, by J. Gordon Melton (Gale Research Co., 1979; 2nd edition Triumph Books, 1991)
  3. Do You Believe In Magic? by Annie Gottlieb (Times Books, 1987)
  4. Encyclopedia of Witches & Witchcraft, by Rosemary Guiley (Facts on File, 1989)
  5. Larson’s New Book of Cults, by Bob Larson (Tyndale House Publications, 1989)
  6. Le Livre de la Licorne, by Yvonne Caroutch (Pardes; 1989)
  7. Coincidance: A Head Test, by Robert Anton Wilson (New Falcon Publications, 1991)
  8. The Truth About Unicorns, by James Cross Giblin (HarperCollins, 1991)
  9. Gaia: The Growth of an Idea, by Lawrence Joseph, (St Martins Press, 1991)
  10. Heaven on Earth/Dispatches from America’s Spiritual Frontier, by Michael D’Antonio (Crown Publs, 1992)
  11. The World’s Most Incredible Stories: The Best of the Fortean Times, Ed. Adam Sisman (Avon Books, 1992)
  12. “Counterpoint: Old Souls in New Vestments,” by Robert S. Ellwood, The ‘60s Spiritual Awakening: American Religion Moving from Modern to Postmodern, by Robert S. Ellwood (Rutgers University Press, 1994)

As Oberon Zell (1995-1999):

  1. The Pagan Path: The Wiccan Way of Life, by Janet & Stewart Farrar & Gavin Bone (Phoenix Publishing, Inc., 1995)
  2. Paganism Today, by Graham Harvey & Charlotte Hardman, eds. (Thorsons Press, 1995)
  3. America’s Alternative Religions, by Timothy Miller, ed. (State University of New York Press, 1995)
  4. People of the Earth: The New Pagans Speak Out, by Ellen Evert Hopman & Lawrence Bond (Inner Traditions/Destiny Books, 1996)
  5. Magical Religion & Modern Witchcraft, James R. Lewis, ed. (State University of New York, 1996)
  6. To Ride a Silver Broomstick: New Generation Witchcraft, by Silver Ravenwolf (Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd., 1997)
  7. Ecoterror: The Violent Agenda to Save Nature, by Ron Arnold (Free Enterprise Press, 1997)
  8. Contemporary Paganism: Listening People, Speaking Earth, by Graham Harvey (NY Univ. Press, 1997)
  9. Heretic’s Heart, by Margot Adler (Beacon Press, 1997)
  10. The Encyclopedia of Cults, Sects, and New Religions, by James R. Lewis (Promethean Press, 1998)
  11. Goddess Worship, Witchcraft and Neo-Paganism, by Craig Hawkins (Zondervan Publishing, 1998)
  12. Religious & Spiritual Groups in Modern America, by Robert S. Ellwood & Harry Baxter Partin (Prentiss-Hall, 2nd edition 1998)
  13. Encyclopedia of Witches & Witchcraft, by Rosemary Guiley (Facts on File, 2nd edition 1999)
  14. Peculiar Prophets: A Biographical Dictionary of New Religions, by James R. Lewis (Paragon House, 1999)
  15. Religious Leaders of America, by J. Gordon Melton (The Gale Group, 1999)
  16. The Atlas of the New Age, by Gerry Maquire Thompson (Barron’s Educational Series, 1999; 2002)
  17. Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft, by Ronald Hutton (Oxford University Press, 2000)

As Oberon Zell-Ravenheart (2000-present):

  1. Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, by Raven Grimassi (Llewellyn, 2000)
  2. The Writers Complete Fantasy Reference: An Indispensable Compendium of Myth and Magic (Writer’s Digest Books, 2000)
  3. Practicing the Presence of the Goddess: Everyday Rituals to Transform Your World, by Barbara Ardinger Ph.D. (New World Library, 2000)
  4. Make Love Not War: The Sexual Revolution: An Unfettered History, by David Allyn (Little brown & Co., 2000)
  5. Odd Gods: New Religions & the Cult Controversy, ed. by James R. Lewis (Prometheus Books, 2001)
  6. The New Believers: A Survey of Sects, Cults and Alternative Religions, by David V. Barrett (Cassell Academic, 2001)
  7. Being a Pagan: Druids, Wiccans, and Witches Today, by Ellen Evert Hopman (Inner Traditions/Destiny Books, 2001)
  8. Modern Pagans: An Investigation of Contemporary Pagan Practices, by V. Vale & John Sulak (ReSearch Books, 2001)
  9. Neo-Pagan Sacred Art & Altars: Making Things Whole, by Sabina Magliocco (University Press of MI, 2001)
  10. My Misspent Youth, by Meghan Daum (Open City Books, 2001)
  11. The World of Wizards, by Anton & Mina Adams (Lansdowne Publishing/Barnes & Noble, 2002)
  12. The Practical Pagan: Common Sense Guidelines for Modern Practitioners, by Dana Eilers (New Page Books, 2002)
  13. Encyclopedia of Modern Witchcraft & Neo-Paganism, by Shelly Rabinovitch & James Lewis, (Citadel, 2002)
  14. Witches: True Encounters with Wicca, Wizards, Covens, Cults, & Magick, by Hans Holzer (Black Dog & Leventhal, 2002)
  15. The American Legal System & Nontraditional Religions: The Case of Contemporary Paganism, by Carol Barner-Barry (2003)
  16. Nelson College Prep Biology 11, by Giuseppe Fraser, LeDrew & Roberts (Nelson Thompson Learning Publishing, 2003)
  17. Crop Circles: Signs of Contact, by Colin Andrews (New Page Books, 2003)
  18. Shadows of a Witch, by Shewolf Silver Shadows (, 2003)
  19. New Age & Neopagan Religions in America, by Sarah Pike (Columbia University Press, 2004)
  20. Pop! Goes the Witch, by Fiona Horne, ed. (The Disinformation Co., 2004)
  21. Gaia Eros, by Jesse Wolf Hardin (New Page Books, 2004)
  22. Rites of Pleasure: Sexuality in Wicca & NeoPaganism, by Jennifer Hunter (Citadel Press, 2004)
  23. Cyberhenge: Modern Pagans on the Internet, by Douglas E. Cowan (Routledge, 2004)
  24. Plural Loves: Designs for Bi and Poly Living, by Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio, ed. (Harrington Park Press, 2004)
  25. New Religions: A Guide: New Religious Movements, Sects and Alternative Spiritualities, by Christopher Partridge & J. Gordon Melton, eds. (Oxford University Press, 2004)
  26. Celebrating the Pagan Soul, Laura Wildman, ed. (Citadel Press, 2005)
  27. Encyclopedia of Religion & Nature, by Bron Taylor (Thoemmes Continuum, 2005)
  28. Religion & Popular Culture: A Hyper-Real Testament (Gods, Humans, & Religions, No. 7), by Adam Posasamai (Peter Lang Pub Inc., 2005)
  29. The Pagan Man, by Isaac Bonewits (Kensington Citadel Press, 2005)
  30. Introduction to Pagan Studies, by Barbara Jane Davy (Altamira Press, 2005)
  31. Pagan Polyamory, by Raven Kaldera (Llewellyn Publications, 2005)
  32. Not in Kansas Anymore: A Curious Tale of How Magic is Transforming America, by Christine Wicke (HarperSanFrancisco, 2005)
  33. Cakes & Ale for the Pagan Soul, by Patricia Telesco (Celestial Arts, 2005)
  34. Earthly Bodies, Magical Selves, by Sarah N. Pike (2006)
  35. Odyssey: Wisdom’s Children, by Anita L. Wynn (aka WolfWoman) (PublishAmerica, 2006)
  36. Nature Religion Reader in Paganism & Ecology, by Barbara Jane Davy, ed. (AltaMira Press, 2006)
  37. New Age and Neopagan Religions in America, by Sarah M. Pike (Columbia University Press, 2006)
  38. Her Hidden Children: The Rise of Wicca & Paganism in America, by Chas S. Clifton (Altamira Press, 2006)
  39. Dragonlore, by Ash DeKirk (New Page, 2006)
  40. Gargoyles, by Susan Pesznecker (New Page, 2006)
  41. Encyclopedia of Witches & Witchcraft, by Rosemary Guiley (Facts on File, 3rd edition 2008)
  42. Gaia and the New Politics of Love: Notes for a Poly Planet,by Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio (North Atlantic Books, 2009)
  43. Llewellyn’s Sabbats Almanac: Samhain 2009 to Mabon 2010 (Llewellyn, 2009)
  44. Literature & Aesthetics, by Christopher Hartney, Alex Norman & Carole Cusack, eds., Vol. 19, No. 2 (Sydney Society of Literature & Aesthetics, Dec. 2009)
  45. Radiant Circles, by Rev. Luke Moonoak (The Solantis Institute, 2010)
  46. Invented Religions, by Carole Cusack (Ashgate, 2010)
  47. Pickled Punks & Girlie Shows by Rick West (Shiffer Publishing, 2010)
  48. (A Brief Guide to) Magical & Secret Religions, by David V. Barrett (Constable & Robinson/ Running Press, 2011)
  49. Exposed, Uncovered, & Declassified: Lost Civilizations & Mysteries of the Past, edited by Michael Pye & Kirsten Dalley (New Page, 2012)
  50. Jesus Through Pagan Eyes, by Mark Townsend (Llewellyn, 2012)
  51. A Teaching Handbook for Wiccans & Pagans, by Thea Sabin (Llewellyn, 2012)
  52. The Gaia Hypothesis: Science on a Pagan Planet, by Michael Ruse (University of Chicago Press, 2013)
  53. The Earth, The Gods and The Soul – A History of Pagan Philosophy: From the Iron Age to the 21st Century, by Brendan Myers (Moon Books, 2013)
  54. Why Buddha Touched the Earth: Zen Paganism for the 21st Century, by Tom Swiss (Megalithica Books, Stafford, England, 2013)
  55. A Tapestry of Witches: A History of the Craft in America, Vol. I, to the Mid-1970s, by Aidan A Kelly (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014)
  56. The Common Book of Witchcraft and Wicca, edited by Eschaton Books (Eschaton Books, 2014)
  57. Fiction, Invention and Hyper-reality: From Popular Culture to Religion, edited by Carole Cusack & Pavol Kosnac (Routledge, London & NY, 2017)
  58. The Church of All Worlds, by Carole Cusack (Ashgate, 2018)
  59. Just What the Doctor Ordered, by Lynn Santer (Story-Telling Magic, 2017)

Oberon wrote the Introductions for Gaia Eros, by Jesse Wolf Hardin (2004); Dragonlore, by Ash DeKirk (2006); Gargoyles, by Susan Pesznecker (2006), and Composing Magic by Elizabeth Barrette (2007); and he was an acknowledged consultant for Anodea Judith’s Waking the Global Heart (2006).

Books by Oberon Zell:

  1. Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard, with the Grey Council (New Page, 2004)
  2. Companion for the Apprentice Wizard, with the Faculty of the Grey School of Wizardry (New Page, 2006)
  3. Creating Circles & Ceremonies: Rituals for All Seasons & Reasons, with Morning Glory Zell (New Page, 2006)
  4. A Wizard’s Bestiary, with Ash DeKirk (New Page, 2007)
  5. Green Egg Omelette: An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal (New Page, 2008
  6. Prophecy & the End of the World (as we know it): Apocalypse or Solartopia? with Harvey Wasserman (TheaGenesis, 2012)
  7. Barsoom: A New Map of the Mars of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “John Carter of Mars” Novels (TheaGenesis, 2012)
  8. The Wizard and the Witch: Seven Decades of Counterculture, Magick, and Paganism: An Oral History of Oberon Zell and Morning Glory, by John C. Sulak with Oberon & Morning Glory Zell (Llewellyn, 2014)