The New York Times Magazine, Sun., Aug. 3, 1997. Daniel Pinchbeck, "Paradise Not Quite Lost," pp. 26-29.

The Los Angeles Times, Mon., July 28, 1997. Bob Sipchen, "Well, It's No Walton Mountain," Life and Style Section, pp. 1, 4.

Communities, #95, Summer, 1997. Laird Sandhill, "Publisher's Note - All the Numbers Are Up: Subscriptions, Ad Revenues, Distributor Sales, and Net Loss."

Communities, #94, Spring 1997. Gordon Sproule, "FEDERATION UPDATE--Does 'Success' Spoil the Commune?"

Communities, #94, Spring 1997. Nina Barbara Cohen, "Sawdust, Cow Manure, and Confidence: What can community living teach us about Life and Work?"

Communities, #93, Winter 1996. Leslie Greenwood, "Federation Update: Musical Theater at Twin Oaks"

The St. Petersburg Times (Florida), nd, 1996. Katherine Gazella, "Tie-dye, tofu, and capitalism meet in Virginia commune," pp. 1, 25A

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sun., Sep. 15, 1996. Ellen O'Brian, "Community Redux," pp. G1, G4, G5.

Communities, #90, Spring 1996. Kat Kinkade, "Are We Keeping Culturally Diverse People Out?" (THE DIVERSITY OF TWIN OAKS membership, in the sense of ideological differences, has been at times...)

Communities, #89, Winter 1995. Kat Kinkade and Mildred Gordon, "'Benevolent Dictators' in Community?" (Kat and Mildred Debate Strong Central Government vs Decision by Dialog, Part II.)

Communities, #88, Fall 1995. Kat Kinkade and Mildred Gordon, "'Benevolent Dictators' in Community?" (Kat and Mildred Debate Strong Central Government vs Decision by Dialog, Part I.)

Communities, #88, Fall 1995. Alex McGee, "FEDERATION UPDATE--Are Federation Communities Aspiritual?" (Alex McGee of Twin Oaks observes that multi faceted spirituality. not religion, is blossoming in FEC communities.")

Communities, #87, Summer 1995. Kat Kinkade, "FEDERATION UPDATE--Acorn, East Wind, and Twin Oaks: Not Three Peas in a Pod." (Kat Kinkade describes how each community--founded on the same principles--developed its own appealing and idiosyncratic character.)

Communities, #86, Spring 1995. Keenan, "More Confident, Less Idealistic (How We Grow in Community"

Communities, #86, Spring 1995. Leslie Greenwood, "Life in a Fishbowl." (Leslie Greenwood of Twin Oaks offers a lighthearted look at life up-close and transparent, community-style.)

Communities Directory (book). Kat Kinkade, "How To Visit an Intentional Community."

Communities Directory (book). Diana Christian, "Raising and Educating Children in Community."

The Washington Post, Dec. 31, 1994. David Maurer, "After 27 Years, Commune Still Thrives in Louisa, Va.," p. E3.

Communites, #85, Winter 1994. Kat Kinkade, "Governing Ourselves at Twin Oaks."

The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA), Sun., Nov. 20, 1994. David A. Maurier, "All you need is love...and a little hard work: Louisa's commune is still growing after all these years," pp.D1, D9.

Natural Life, Mar.-Apr. 1994. Helen Forsey, "Intentional Communities: Twin Oaks, a Profile," np.

Communities, #85, Winter 1994. Deborah Altus, "Is It Utopia Yet?" (Book Review.)

The News & Advance (Lynchburg, VA), Sun., Nov. 21, 1993. Dave Schleck, "Communal Living: Twin Oaks offers stress-free work environment" pp. B1, B2.

Off Our Backs, Apr. 1991. Juana Maria Gonzalez Paz, "Visiting an Intentional Community," pp. 22-23.

Off Our Backs, Apr. 1991. Donna Oneida, "What Is an Intentional Community?" p. 23.

Labyrinth, the Philadelphia Women's Newspaper, Nov. 1990. Megan Moser, "Twin Oaks: An Alternative Community," pp. 1.9.

Roanoke Times & World-News (Virginia), Sun., Mar. 5, 1989. Jessica Clarke, "Uncommon lives, common goals," Extra section, pp.1,4

Whole Earth Review, Summer 1986. Kathleen Kinkade, "A Commune that Works, So Far," pp. 80-84.

The Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg, VA) Town & Country, May 10, 1986. Daryl Lease, Twin Oaks: A try at Utopia" pp. 12-17.

Commonwealth Times (Richmond, VA), Feb. 18-24, 1986. Jodi Mailander, "A Utopian attempt at social change," pp. 1,8,9.

WM (Westermans Monatshefte, Germany), Feb. 1986. Harold Kaiser, "Die neue Neue Welt? Das Modell Twin Oaks," pp. 90-94.

Gamut, nd. Ingrid Komar, "Making Utopia Work," 18pp.