Peter Bien, On Retiring to Kendal (and Beyond), Pendle Hill Pamphlet 368, 2003, Pendle Hill Publications, Wallingford, PA. A retiree’s contemplations on death and acceptance. This is a recommended core resource.
Diana Leafe Christian, Finding Community: How to Join an Ecovillage or Intentional Community, 2007, New Society Publishers, Canada. This resources offers advice for researching, visiting evaulting and joining ecovilllages and intetniotnal communities.
Edited by David Wann, Reinventing Community: Stories from the Walkways of Cohousing, 2005, Fulcrum Publishing; Golden, Colorado. This book is not a how-to guide, but provides insight by focusing on sharing the stories of those living in cohousing communities.
Charles Durrett, The Senior Cohousing Handbook, A Community Approach to Independent Living, 2009 New Society Publishers. “This is a comprensive guide to joining or creating a cohousing project” that provides practical advice for those interested “in custom building neighborhoods to meet their needs and aspirations.”
Carolyn R. Shaffer and Kristin Anundsen, Creating Community Anywhere, Finding Support and Connection in a Fragmented World, 1993 Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, New York, NY. This is an excelllent overview of community, why we need it and how we can create it in any environment, including where we already live.This is a recommended core resource.