Published books (and chapters). 

LGBT focused writing.

Editorials, Online and other articles.

  • "Strangers in the Garden" a reflection piece for Easter 2014.

  • "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. 

  • "Love is the Great Endeavour" a paper given at a Spring 2014 Tripartite Conference for the Church of Ireland. 

  • "The Poet Laureate for Theologians" Church Times Feature interview with Micheal O'Siadhail, January 2014. Page 1 and page 2

  • "Welcoming the Neighbour" - words for the launch of the Changing Attitude Ireland "Parish welcoming leaflet", May 2012.

  • Holding the Tension Wisely” - a paper exploring human rights and religious ethics discussions between clergy and LGBT advocates. Belfast: Irish Peace Centres, 2011.

  • The delicious people at On Being have put up a few pieces that I've written.

  • Collected radio pieces 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.

  • 'Out of Silence' a report on the experience of international clergy ministering in the Uniting Church in Australia, due in 2014.

  • Co-facilitator and co-author of 'Genderpeace' report, on behalf of Mediation Northern Ireland, 2013

  • 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 of "Studying Faith, Practicing Peace", papers from a Theological Conference. Ó Tuama. Belfast, Irish Peace Centres, 2010. All essays peer 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

  • Forgiveness: A Sampling of Research Results. Enright, R., Knutson, J., Holter, A., Knutson, C., Twomey, P. Washington: American Psychological Association, 2006.

  • 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.