- Faerie email list: our worldwide internet conversation <—- START HERE —-<
- What to bring to a faerie gathering
- How to get a Faerie Coffee going in your city
faerie history and archives
- Faerie Ancestors: those who came before us
- Radical Faerie Ancestors videos on YouTube
- The Faerie Hymnal: chants and songs
- The first gathering call: A Spiritual Conference for Radical Faeries 1979
- The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions, a 1977 book by Larry Mitchell and Ned Asta
- Hope Along The Wind, a documentary film about the life of Harry Hay
- “The Fire in Moonlight”, a radical faerie anthology edited by Mark Thompson, published by White Crane Books/Lethe Press. Nearly fifty faerie stories from around the world, plus a glossary of faerie terminology and a resource guide.
- RFD Magazine covers: 38 years of full color cover art
- The 1979 Spiritual Conference for Radical Faeries, the call to the first radical faerie gathering, from Don Kilhefner.
- The Faeries Gather, a poster from the 1980 Colorado gathering
- James Broughton, faerie filmmaker and poet
- Erogeny, a film by James Broughton
- The Cockettes, a documentary of the legendary San Francisco theatrical troupe
- A Leaf In the Wind, an autobiographical perspective on Seattle’s Gay Movement in the 1970’s
- The first Radical Faerie Gathering
- Brixton Faeries 1970s: Made Possible by Squatting, a video
- Read Her: Faerie Finishing School from Comfort and Joy (110MB PDF download)
- Vito Russo interviews Harry Hay in 1983. Part 1 and Part 2.
- Faerie Tales, a lovely documentary by Philip Roques from the 1990s.
- An alternative view of the origins of the Radical Faerie movement by Douglas Sadownick
- The Feminine Boy Project by Cynthya BrianKate
- Gay Wisdom for Daily Living, your daily dose of history
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This radfae.org website exists to pull together Radical Faerie information: links to resources and web pages, news, information, and pointers to other faerie lists. Our site is also available to host various faerie projects. radfae.org is managed by the Radical Faerie Web Circle; we’re open for new members and volunteers.