‘“Mercury is in a Very Ape-Like Mood”: Frieda Harris’s Perception of Thelema’: in ed. Manon Hedenborg White, Aries: Journal for the Study of Western Esotericism, special edition 2021.1 Rethinking Aleister Crowley and Thelema: New Perceptions, December 2020, 125-152.

A consolidation of the letters of Frieda Harris to Aleister Crowley 1937-1947, and related primary source material, prepared for the Warburg Institute, University of London by Deja Whitehouse. (Yorke Collection).

Correspondence: Selections: A consolidation of the letters of Frieda Harris to Gerald Yorke, 1954-1964, and related primary source material, Frieda Harris, Deja Whitehouse (ed.). (Yorke Collection).

‘Rolling Stone Orchard – the Artist’s Wartime Retreat,’ published in two parts in Chipping Campden History Society’s Journal Signpost: No. 7 Autumn 2017 and No. 8 Spring 2018.

Accepted for Publication

Conference paper, ‘A Cartomantic Marriage: an Exploration of the Relationship between Frieda Harris and Aleister Crowley during the Development of The Book of Thoth’ in 2019 Magickal Women Conference post-conference publication, currently under production in-house.

Book chapter ‘“The Seeker”: Frieda Harris’s Quest for Spiritual Enlightenment’: in Amy Hale (ed.) in: Essays of Women in Western Esotericism: Beyond Seeresses and Sea Priestesses, Palgrave Studies in New Religions and Alternative Spiritualities Series, Palgrave MacMillan, planned publication 2021.

Book chapter, ‘Frieda Harris, “Artist Executant”, Treasurer, Courier and Companion’ in Chris Giudice, Manon Hedenborg White (eds.), Women of Thelema, Kamuret Press, planned publication 2021.