I’ve published a few academic and general audience pieces in print, as well as dozens of pieces at a variety of online venues. Some have been translated into other languages (an honor I don’t deserve!).
Newberg, B. (2005). “Integrating Depression and Spirituality: Resources for Pagans.” In:
Proceedings of the Victorian Queer Spirituality Conference, 2005*
Translated into Czech in 2010 by Anna Marie Noira Dostálová and published at Čarovné Zrcadlo
*Full disclosure: I was told by the conference organizer this book would be published, but I’ve never been able to obtain a copy. Make of that what you will.
Newberg, B. (2005). “Integrating Depression and Spirituality: Resources for Pagans.” Poster
paper presented at: Victorian Queer Spirituality Conference 2005, Melbourne, Australia.
General audience print publications
Newberg, B. T. (2012). “How Persephone Killed the Gods For Me.” In: Benu, M., 2012, Queen
of the Sacred Way: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Persephone, Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Selected online publications
10 Things You Can Do to Prevent Genocide – The Genocide Prevention Ritual
Can Secular Nations Learn Anything From Religious Ones? – HumanisticPaganism
Hawa Abdi, Somali Doctor – Engsplosion
How to Be Happy in a Tight Economy? – One Good Deed Per Day
Is Japan Really the 2nd Most Atheist Nation? – HumanisticPaganism
Is Korea Really the 5th Most Atheist Nation? – HumanisticPaganism
Sada Mire, Archaeologist Hero of Somalia– Blogcritics
The Mysterious Disappearance of Drew Jacob – Rogue Priest
The New Copernican Shift: How Science is Revolutionizing Spirituality – HumanisticPaganism
The “Pagan” Question: Beyond Belief-blindness – Pagan Square
Unexplaining the Unknown: Science’s Forgotten Power – HumanisticPaganism
What Do All Spiritual Naturalists Have in Common? – Spiritual Naturalist Society
What Is Spiritual Naturalism? – Associated Content from Yahoo: Lifestyle
Religion Is Not About God, by Loyal Rue – Spiritual Naturalist Society
The New Polytheism, by David L. Miller – Amazon reviews
Walk Like a God, by Drew Jacob – Facing North
Atheist-interfaith activism: An interview with Chris Stedman – HumanisticPaganism
Jung Today: An interview with Dr. John Ryan Haule – HumanisticPaganism
Exploring Humanism and Paganism with B. T. Newberg – The Humanist Contemplative