Adiantum pedatum in Nova Scotia. Proceedings of the Nova Scotia Institute of Science. 1993. (Vol. 40): 45-46.
The role of disturbance in maintaining rare plants in the Meander River Intervale, Hants Co., Nova Scotia (with T.B. Herman).1992. IN Willison, J.H.M., Bondrup-Neilson, S., Drysdale, C.D., Herman, T.B., Munro, N.W.P. and Pollock, T.L. (eds.). Science and the Management of Protected Areas. Developments in Landscape Management and Urban Planning Series. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
Plant community composition, rare plant species and disturbance at an intervale site on the Meander River, Hants Co., Nova Scotia. 1994. Unpub. MSc. thesis, Acadia University. Wolfville. 101 pp.
Movements and seasonal abundance of Calopteryxamata (Zygoptera: Calopterygidae) in Nova Scotia.1987. Unpub. Hons. thesis. Acadia University. Wolfville. 28 pp.
Places My Bicycle Has Been: A Memoir of Cycling in Nova Scotia. MacIntyre-Purcell Publishing Inc. 2017.
Storm 2015. John MacIntyre, MacIntyre-Purcell Publishing Inc., 2015. (Contributing author)
The Cape Breton Community Post, April, 2014-October, 2015 (weekly columnist)
Community Revitalization in Cape Breton – Underwater Edition. The Cape Bretoner. 2006. (Vol. 14, #1).
“Annie” is on her way to Ingonish. The Victoria Standard. Mar. 3 – 16. 2003. p. 9.
Book Review: The Write Track by Betty Jane Wylie. The Advance. July 19. 2000. p.8.
Nanny. Homebase. Spring and Summer 2000. (#59): 23-25.