If you happen to see an author's name listed without a title following, it means that all of that author's works are recommended reading. Listings with one or more asterisks * indicate works and authors who were particularly influential on me, personally.
Adler, Margot. Drawing Down the Moon.*
Cunningham, Scott. Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner.**
Cunningham, Scott. The Truth About Witchcraft Today.
Cunningham, Scott. The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews.***
Cunningham, Scott. The Magic of Incense, Oils & Brews.**
Deren, Maya. Divine Horsemen: The Voodoo Gods of Haiti.
Farrar, Janet and Farrar, Stewart. A Witches' Bible Compleat.
Fortune, Dion. Psychic Self-Defense.
Gardner, Gerald B. The Meaning of Witchcraft.Gardner, Gerald B. Witchcraft Today.
Gonzalez-Whippler, Migene. Powers of the Orishas.**
Gonzalez-Whippler, Migene. Santeria: African Magic in Latin America (latest edition).*
Gonzalez-Whippler, Migene. Santeria, the Religion: Faith, Rites, Magic.
Healki, Thomas. Creative Ritual.***
Herbert, Frank. The Dune Chronicles (series).***
Ketch, Tina. Candleburning Rituals (Vols. 1 & 2).**
Lady Rhea & Eve LeFey. The Enchanted Candle: Crafting and Casting Magical Light.
Lady Rhea & Eve LeFey. The Enchanted Formulary.*
Mbiti, John S. African Religions and Philosophy.
Pirsig, Robert M. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. (Fiction)
Ravenwolf, Silver. The Complete Book of Shadows.
Sky, Kathleen. Witchdame. (Fiction)
Starhawk. Dreaming the Dark: Magic, Sex and Politics.*
Starhawk. The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess.***
Starhawk. Truth or Dare.**
Tallant, Robert. The Voodoo Queen. (Fiction)
Teish, Luisah. Jambalaya: The Natural Women's Book of Charms and Rituals.**
Tyson, Donald. Ritual Magic.**
Tyson, Donald. Rune Magic.*
Valiente, Doreen. Natural Magic.
Walker, Barbara G.
Weinstein, Marion. Positive Magic: Occult Self Help.***
Weinstein, Marion. Earth Magic: A Dianic Book of Shadows.**