WRITER’S RESUME

BOOKS by SUSAN LEVITT

INTRODUCTION TO TAROT, U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Pub., ISBN 1-57281-429-2, Oct. 2003, 8×7 paperback, 246 pages. 
Winner The People’s Choice Award, Iconic Books, 2016 Nineteenth Annual COVR Awards, Coalition of Visionary Resources. 2016 COVR Finalist for Iconic Books.

TEEN FENG SHUI: Design Your Space, Design Your Life, Bindu Books Pub., ISBN 0-89281-916-2, March 2003, 9×8 paperback, 223 pages. Published in English, Bulgarian, and Estonian.

THE COMPLETE TAROT KIT, U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Pub., ISBN 1-57281-345-8, Oct. 2002, 8×7 paperbacks, Introduction to Tarot, 246 pages and Tarot Journal, 166 pages.

TAOIST FENG SHUI: The Ancient Roots of the Chinese Art of Placement, Destiny Books Pub., ISBN 0-89281-723-2, Jan. 2000, 6×9 paperback, 148 pages. Published in English, Spanish, Russian, Croat, and Estonian.

TAOIST ASTROLOGY: A Handbook of the Authentic Chinese Tradition, Destiny Books Pub., ISBN 0-89281-606-6, July 1997, 6×9 paperback, 244 pages. Published in English, Czech, and Bulgarian.

 

PERIODICALS

2017 Fire Phoenix Year, Winter 2017, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Pgs. 4 – 6.

2016 Monkey Year Feng Shui, Adventour Asia: Travel. Lifestyle. Adventure., January – March 2016, Volume 3, Issue #1, Pgs. 54- 59.

Fire Monkey Year, Winter 2016, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Pgs. 8 – 10.

Wood Sheep Year 2015 and 2015 Sheep Year Feng Shui, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2015, Pgs. 6 – 9.

How Will Horse Year Treat You?, Nob Hill Gazette, January 2014, Pg. 14.

Year of the Wood Horse 2014, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2014, Pgs. 2 – 4.

Year of the Water Snake 2013, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2013, Pgs. 8 and 9.

Year of the Water Dragon, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, 2012, Winter 2012, Pgs. 8 – 11.

Year of the Dragon, Nob Hill Gazette, January 2012, Pgs. 16 and 17.

Year of the Hare, Nob Hill Gazette, January 2011, Pg. 34.

Year of the Tiger and Astrology Fashion Focus, Nob Hill Gazette, January 2010, Pg. 30.

Forecast 2009: The Year of the Ox, Nob Hill Gazette, January 2009, Pg. 18.

Year of the Rat: 2008, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2008, Pgs. 7 and 8.

 Year of the Pig: 2007, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2007, Pgs. 10 and 11.

Year of the Dog: 2006, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2006, Pgs. 9 and 10.

Year of the Phoenix (Rooster), The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2005, Vol. 12, No. 2, Pgs. 6 and 7.

Year of the Monkey, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2004, Vol. 11, No. 3, Pgs. 8 and 9.

Year of the Water Sheep 2003, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Contemporary Taoism, Spring 2003, Vol. 10, No. 3, Pgs. 7 -9.

Path of the Dragon: The Art and Science of Feng Shui, PanGaia: Earthwise Spirituality, Spring 2002, Issue 31, Pgs. 22 – 26.

Mercury Retrograde, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Autumn 2001, Issue #55, Pg. 61.

Summer of the Serpent, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Summer 2001, Issue #54, Pgs. 59 – 60.

Serpent Wisdom, Wellspring, Winter 2001, Vol. 2, No. 3, Pg. 12.

Shed Your Skin This Spring, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Spring 2001, Issue #53, Pgs. 59 – 60.

The Year of the Serpent, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Winter 2000 – 2001, Issue #52, Pgs. 55 – 57.

Autumn: Preventive Medicine for the Season, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Autumn 2000, Issue #51, Pg. 55.

Cool Summer Foods and Lunar Energy for Summer, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Summer 2000, Issue #50, Pg 57.

Five Elements and Taoist Feng Shui, The Empty Vessel: A Journal of Contemporary Taoism, Spring 2000, Vol. 6, No. 3, Pgs. 32 – 38.

The Year of the Dragon, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Winter 1999 – 2000, Issue #48, Pgs. 59 and 60.

Fall Equinox, Time to Balance, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Autumn 1999.

Abundance for All Animals, Feng Shui Journal, Fall 1999, Vol. 5, No. 3, Pgs. 32, 33, 34, and 36.

Aztec Day of Destiny, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Summer 1999, Issue 46, Pg. 61.

A Rat Tale of Good Fortune, Feng Shui Journal, Summer 1999, Vol. 5, No. 2, Pgs. 22, 24, and 41.

The Earth Relationship Gua and Love Among the Animals, Feng Shui Journal, Spring 1999, Vol. 5, No. 1, Pgs. 22 – 26.

Eight Faces of the Goddess: Eight Phases of the Moon, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Spring 1999, Issue 45, Pgs. 64 – 65.

The Year of the Hare, Feng Shui Journal, Winter 1998, Vol. 4, No. 4, Pgs. 32 – 33.

Lunar Energy for Winter 1999, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Winter 1998-99, Issue 44, Pgs. 61 – 62.

The Eight Tri-Grams, Feng Shui Journal, Fall 1998, Vol.4, No. 3, Pgs. 16, 18, and 20.

Equinox Goddesses and the Laws of Ma-at, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Fall 1998, Issue 43, Pgs. 59 – 60.

Taoist Alchemy: The Balance of Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood, Feng Shui Journal, Summer 1998, Vol. 4, No. 2, Pgs. 8 and 38.

1998 Summer Solstice: Many Faces of the Goddess, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Summer 1998, Issue 42, Page 65.

The Five Taoist Elements: Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood, Feng Shui Journal, Spring 1998, Vol.4, No.1, Pgs. 22 – 25.

Spring Equinox: The Daughter Betrayed or the Goddess Triumphant? Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Spring 1998, Issue 41, Pgs. 54 – 55.

Chinese Year of the Tiger, Shared Vision, February 1998, Issue 114, Pgs. 30 – 32.

Ten Heavenly Stems Feng Shui Ba-Gua, Feng Shui Journal, Winter 1997/1998, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Pgs. 21 – 22.

Cycles and Seasons: Lunar Cycles and Taoist Astrology, Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Winter 1997, Issue 40, Pgs. 55 – 56.

The Twelve Earthly Branches Feng Shui Cures, Feng Shui Journal, Fall 1997, Vol.3, Issue 3, Pgs. 28 – 30.

Astrology and Alchemy, The Mountain Astrologer, Dec. – Jan. 1994, Pg. 81.

Winter Goddesses, In the Grove of the Goddess, 1993, Vol. 2, Issue 4, Pg. 5.

Solstice Goddesses, In the Grove of the Goddess, 1993, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Pgs. 15 – 17.

On the Path, Common Ground: Resources for Personal Transformation, Spring 1993, Issue 75, Pg. 136.

Just Say No To Doom And Gloom Astrology, The Mountain Astrologer, Nov. 1992, Pg. 7.

The Natural Pharmacy: Tried and True Home Remedies, New Age Journal, Feb. 1991, Pg. 83.

Touching the Universal: The Chakras and Tarot, Sage Woman: A Quarterly Journal of Woman’s Spirituality, Fall 1990, Vol. 4, No. 13, Pg. 26.

Arisika: The Joy of the Peaceful Union, Snake Power: A Journal of Contemporary Female Shamanism, Spring 1990, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Pgs. 32 – 35.

An Interview With Jamie Miller Sabah, Snake Power: A Journal of Contemporary Female Shamanism, Spring 1990, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Pgs. 40 – 42.

On the Path: Questing for Vision, Shaman’s Drum: A Journal of Experiential Shamanism, Fall 1989, Vol. 18, Pgs. 18 – 24.

Tarot Unveiled: The Death Card, Snake Power: A Journal of Contemporary Female Shamanism, Fall 1989, Vol. 1, Pgs. 34 – 35.

The Goddess and Animals in the Western Inner Tradition, Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, Fall 1987, Vol. 13, Pgs. 43 – 46.

Goddess Religion as a Creative Alternative, Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, Fall 1987, Vol. 5, Pg. 3.

Four Corners in Common, Shaman’s Drum: A Journal of Experiential Shamanism, Summer 1986, Vol. 9, Pg. 54.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Lunacy: Menstrual Musings & Dark Moon Dreams by Laurel D. Sager, Womanfire Words Pub., Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Fall 1997.

Bread for All Seasons by Beth Hensperger, Chronicle Books Pub., Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Spring 1996, Issue 33, Pg. 62.

The Essence of Magic: Tarot, Ritual and Aromatherapy by Mary K. Greer, Newcastle Pub., Sage Woman: Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman, Autumn 1995, Issue 31, Pg. 65.

Goddess Sites: Europe by Anneli S. Rufus and Kristen Lawson, Harper San Francisco Pub., Common Ground: Resources for Personal Transformation, Spring 1993, Issue 75, Pg. 138.

Shakti Woman: The New Female Shamanism by Vicki Noble, Harper San Francisco Pub., Magical Blend: A Transformative Journey, Jan. 1992, Issue 33, Pgs. 86 and 88.

Secret Survivors: Uncovering Incest and its Aftereffects in Women by E. Sue Bloom, Ballantine Pub., The Healing Woman: The monthly newsletter for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse, Oct. 1992, Vol. 1, No. 6, Pgs. 10 and 11.

The Reluctant Shaman: A Woman’s First Encounter With the Unseen Spirits of Earth by Kay Cordell Whitaker, Harper Collins Pub., San Francisco Chronicle Review, March 31, 1991, Pg. 10.

Sacred Path Cards: The Discovery of Self Through Native Teachings by Jamie Sams, Harper San Francisco Pub., Shaman’s Drum: A Journal of Experiential Shamanism, Spring 1991, No. 23, Pg. 63.

The Once and Future Goddess: A Symbol for Our Time by Elinor Gadon, Harper & Row Pub., Shaman’s Drum: A Journal of Experiential Shamanism, Fall 1990, No. 21, Pgs. 64 and 65.

 

ANTHOLOGIES

Stepping Into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses, Anne Key and Candace Kant, Eds., Goddess Ink Ltd. Pub,  2014, “Luck,” Pg. 144.

The Tarot: Methods, Mastery, and More, Cynthia Giles, Fireside/Simon & Schuster Pub., 1996, Pg. 183.

Llewellyn’s 1992 Magickal (sic) Almanac, “Creating Sacred Space with the Four Elements,” Llewellyn Pub., Pgs. 109 – 113.

Prophecy ’87: 150 Tarot Readings for Planet Earth, Jim Wanless, Ed., Merrill – West Pub., Pgs. 24, 30 and 44.

Lewellyn’s 1992 Magickal (sic) Almanac, Raymond Buckland, Ed., Lewellyn Pub.

 

CALENDARS

We’Moon 2018 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – La Luna. Mother Tongue Ink, 2017. Lunar Calendar, The Moon Card, and 2018: The Year of the Earth Dog. Pgs. 7, 20 – 21, and 25.

We’Moon 2017 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Stardust. Mother Tongue Ink, 2016. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Fire Phoenix: 2017. Pgs. 7 and 27.

We’Moon 2016 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Quantum Leap Year. Mother Tongue Ink, 2015. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Monkey: 2016. Pgs. 7 and 19.

We’Moon 2015 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Wild Card. Mother Tongue Ink, 2014. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Sheep: 2015. Pgs. 7 and 27.

We’Moon 2014 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Radical Balance. Mother Tongue Ink, 2013. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Horse: 2014. Pgs. 7 and 19.

We’Moon 2013 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – The Other Side. Mother Tongue Ink, 2012. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Serpent: 2013. Pgs. 7 and 19.

We’Moon 2012 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Chrysalis. Mother Tongue Ink, 2011. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Dragon: 2012. Pgs. 7 and 19.

We’Moon 2011 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Groundswell. Mother Tongue Ink, 2010. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Hare: 2011. Pgs. 7 and 19.

We’Moon 2010 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Reinvent The Wheel. Mother Tongue Ink, 2009. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Tiger: 2010. Pgs. 7 and 25.

We’Moon ’09 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – At The Crossroads. Mother Tongue Ink, 2008. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Ox 2009. Pgs. 7 and 25.

We’Moon ’08 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Mending The Web. Mother Tongue Ink, 2007. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Rat 2008. Pgs. 7 and 29.

We’Moon ’07 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – On Purpose. Mother Tongue Ink, 2006. Lunar Calendar, and The Year of the Pig 2007. Pgs. 7 and 29.

We’Moon ’06 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – In the Spirit of Love. Mother Tongue Ink, 2005. The Year of the Dog 2006, and Lunar Rhythm. Pgs. 21 and 23.

We’Moon ’05 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Sacred Paths. Mother Tongue Ink, 2004. The Year of the Phoenix 2005, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs. 19 and 23.

We’Moon ’04 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Power. Mother Tongue Ink, 2003. The Year of the Monkey 2004, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs. 18, 19 and 31.

We’Moon ’03 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Great Mother. Mother Tongue Ink, 2002. The Year of the Sheep 2003, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs. 21, 22 and 29.

We’Moon ’02 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Priestessing the Planet. Mother Tongue Ink, 2001. The Year of the Horse, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs. 22, 23 and 24.

We’Moon ’01 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Magic. Mother Tongue Ink, 2000. The Year of the Serpent, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs. 22, 23 and 25.

We’Moon’ 00 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Open. Mother Tongue Ink, 1999. 2000 – The Year of the Dragon, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs. 22, 24 and 27.

We’Moon ’99 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Lunar Power. Mother Tongue Ink 1998. The Year of the Gold Hare, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs.25, 26, 27, and 29.

We’Moon ’98 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Wise Womyn Ways. Mother Tongue Ink 1997. The Year of the Yellow Tiger, Sun Signs, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Wheres That Moon? Pgs.15, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, and 29.

We’Moon ’97 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Womyn in Community. Mother Tongue Ink 1996. Year of the Fire Ox, The Eight Lunar Phases, and Where’s That Moon? Pgs.18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27 and 28.

We’Moon ’96 Gaia Rhythms for Womyn – Earth Matters. Mother Tongue Ink 1995. Sun Signs, The Eight Lunar Phases, Where’s That Moon? and The Sixty-Year Wheel Turns: Year of the Fire Rat. Pgs. 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, and 28.

We’Moon ’95 Gaia Rhythms For Womyn – Survivors: The Healer Within. Mother Tongue Ink 1994. The Eight Lunar Phases. Pg. 24.

Text of Goddesses by Susan Seddon Boulet, 1992, Pomegranate Calendars and Books, Rohnert Park, CA.

Art in Alan Oken’s 1991 Astrology Engagement Calendar, Pomegranate Calendars and Books, Rohnert Park, CA., Pgs. 46, 50, 54, 94 and 120.

 

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