Published books (and chapters).
Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community, Canterbury Press, 2017.
In the Shelter Hodder & Stoughton and Hachette Ireland, Feb 2015.
Sorry for your Troubles. Norwich, Canterbury Press, 2013
Readings from the Books of Exile. Norwich, Canterbury Press, 2012 .
“Human in the City” and 12 poems, Discovering the Spirit in the City. London: Continuum 2010.
LGBT focused writing.
Love is the Great Endeavour: a paper given at a tripartite conference of three Church of Ireland (Anglican Church in Ireland) dioceses in April 2014.
LGBT experiences of Faith and Church in Northern Ireland (Written by Dr. Claire Mitchell and Dr. Gail McConnell).
Holding the Tension Wisely - a paper written after a conference in Corrymeela bringing 45 people people together spanning clergy, faith work, LGBT advocacy and education.
Editorials, Online and other articles.
"Shadows and Shelters" in the Spring 2014 Edition of Thresholds, a journal of the Association for Pastoral and Spiritual Care and Counselling, part of the publishing suite of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Collected radio pieces and talks are found under the "Audio" tab on the top right corner of each page. You can also get to radio recordings through this link.
Collaborative writing projects.
Project director and editor of "Being the Other", papers from a Theological Conference. McMillan. Belfast, Irish Peace Centres, 2011. Project managed by David McMillan and Patrick Kane. Introduction by David McMillan and all essays edited by Dr. Fran Porter.
Project director and editor "LGBT experiences of Faith and Church in Northern Ireland". Mitchell and McConnell Belfast, Irish Peace Centres, 2011
Outside In - a project outline and facilitator guide for the Corrymeela Programmes: The Pilgrim Trail and Through the Green Gate. Published: Belfast: The Corrymeela Community, 2006.
I took part in the Irish Peace Centres' "Evaluation of Storytelling as a Peacebuilding Methodology" project a number of years ago, and contributed marginally to the text of the conference. This research working conference was a remarkable experience of asking evaluative questions of public storytelling projects, bringing practitioners, recipients, artists and funders together. The report from this "Evaluation of Storytelling as a Peacebuilding Methodology" conference is here.