- What to bring to a gathering
- How to get a Faerie Coffee going in your city
- 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
- Faerie Ancestors: those who came before us
- The first Radical Faerie Gathering
- Faerie email list: our worldwide internet circle
- The Feminine Boy Project by Cynthya BrianKate
- Gay Wisdom for Daily Living, your daily dose of history
- Paganism and Gay Spirituality: A Survey of Radical Faeries in Asheville, North Carolina
- The Queer Spiritual Spaces project: non-hegemonic queer spiritual communities
- White Crane Journal
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