Peace Camps Sing, 1987. Tallapoosa Music, New York, NY.
The Great Peace March: Wild Wimmin for Peace, 1986. To order CD, call: 412-361-3022
The Average Dyke Band: Dorm Room Recordings, December 1985.
We Are the Web: The Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice by Catherine Allport, Artemis Project: NYC, 1984.
The Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice: Images and Writings edited by Mima Cataldo, Ruth Putter, Byrna Fireside and Elaine Lytel, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1987.
Nuclear Summer: The Clash of Communities at the Seneca Women's Peace Encampment by Louise Krasniewicz, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992.
Panhandling Papers by Kady Van Deurs, Common Wealth Printing, 1989.
We are Ordinary Women: A Chronicle of the Puget Sound Women's Peace Camp by participants of the Puget Sound Women's Peace Camp, The Seal Press: Seattle, 1985.
Greenham Women Everywhere: Dreams, Ideas and Actions from the Women's Peace Movement by Alice Cook and Gwyn Kirk, South End Press: London. 1983.
Walking to Greenham: How the Peace-camp began and the Cold War Ended by Ann Pettitt, Honno: South Glamorgan, Wales, 2006.
Common Women, Uncommon Practices: The Queer Feminisms of Greenham by Sasha Roseneil, Casssell: London, 2000.
Rocking the Ship of State: Toward a Feminist Peace Politics edited by Adrienne Harris and Ynestra King, Boulder: Westview Press, 1989.
Prisons That Could Not Hold by Barbara Deming, Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1995.
Deming, Barbara. Dec. 1984. Building the 'Beloved Community. The Nonviolent Activist.
Doremus, Andrea, compiler. Fall 1999. Seneca Stories: Responses to a call for Memories. Iris. pp. 36-47.
Finkelstein, S. Naomi. Winter 1994/95. McRunes and Mazdas. Sinister Wisdom, #54, pp. 72-79.
Joy, Margaretta. April-August 2003. We are the Web: Letter Writing and the 1980s Women's Peace Movement. Prose Studies, Vol. 26, #1-2, pp. 196-218. Routledge.
McDaniel, Judith. One Summer at Seneca: A Lesbian Feminist Looks Back in Anger. Heresies, #20, pp. 6-11.
Chmielewski, Wendy E.: Resisting Nuclear Madness: The Utopian Vision of the Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice. Presented at the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis, New Brunswick, New Jersey, February 6, 2001.