1998 ‘Boss Woman, Yam: Mediating Past and Present in Aboriginal Culture’, Art and Australia 36(2).
1999 ‘Images of Dreaming’, Resurgence 195.
2000 ‘Utopia Now’, Art and Australia, 37(4).
2003 'Images of Dreaming' in Images of Earth and Spirit, Green Books, UK.
2003 ‘Embodied Perceptions: Aboriginal Expressions of Place’ in Changing Places, Longueville Books, Double Bay, NSW.
2005 Art of Place and Displacement: Embodied Perception and the Haptic Ground, UNSW PhD thesis.
2005-2015 Limited edition handmade art and poetry books: In/sight, Small Prayers, Black Stones, Parallel Journeys, Things I Didn't Say, Journey/Return, Nature Morte.
2007 'Practices of Place' in PAN: Philosophy, Activism and Nature, Vol. 4, Melbourne.
2009 'Spirit place: Being Present in the Land' in Spirituality, Mythopoesis and Learning, Post Pressed, Qld.
2009 Emily Kame Kngwarreye: The Person and Her Paintings, DACOU, Melbourne, 235 pp.
2010 Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, illustrated poems: Vol. 21, No. 2.
2010-2023 Artwork and essays published in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology: http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/back_issues_EAP.htm
2012 Black Stone Birds: Illustrated Poetry Inspired by Bruny Island Birds, Black Stones Press, 84 pp.
2014 Arts Editor and contributor to Birdsong: A Celebration of Bruny Island Birds, 40 Degrees South, Hobart, 137 pp.
2015 ‘The Work of Gerald Wilde’ in Gerald Wilde: From the Abyss, October Gallery, London.
2015 Memento Mori: Poetry and Artwork of Victoria King, Black Stones Press, 128 pp.
2016 ‘The Imprint of Place: An Artist’s Journey’ in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, Vol. 27:1.
2016 Blackstone Chronicles: Place-making on a Tasmanian Island, photographs and artwork, Black Stones Press, 236 pp.
2020-2022 Drawing a Line: An Artist’s Memoir, 220-page manuscript awaiting publication.
2021 Book review: Barbara Hepworth: Art and Life, published by Thames & Hudson. FX magazine, May.
2022 ‘Place, Relationship, and Reciprocity’ in Country, Aboriginal art exhibition catalogue, The Sydney Nolan Trust.
2023 'Utopia', an interview in Antennae: Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Spring edition, pp. 71-87. Free to download: https://www.antennae.org.uk/
2023 'A Place Called Utopia’ in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, Spring/Summer 2023. Free to download: https://www.academia.edu/102360848/ENVIRONMENTAL_and_ARCHITECTURAL_PHENOMENOLOGY_summer_fall_2023_
2023 'Spirit Place' in in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, Winter 2023.