As the Sun Sets on the Nuclear Wasteland., December 29th, 2016

Poison in the Heart. The Nuclear Wasting of South Australia., July 21st, 2016

The Devil’s Century., June 4, 2016

The Slow Bleed. Fukushima Radiation Five Years On. Global Research April 16, 2016. [ . . . includes embedded video . . .]

Reflections on the Indian Nuclear Project., January 31, 2016

Seeds of Hope for a Hopeless Wasteland., April 18, 2015

On Finding Other Ways., January 18, 2015

There Are No Good Wars., July 31, 2014

On the Wisdom of Duration., November 23, 2013

Wendell Berry. Finding Our Souls Before We Lose The World., July 23rd, 2012

Durban. The Supplication of a Dead Man’s Hand. Avena, Autumn 2012, Volume 12, Issue 1, 19-21

Learning to Shine Through the Ruins., October 30th, 2011

Restoring a Ruined Earth. The Heroic Mission of Thomas Berry. Avena, Spring 2011, Volume 11, Issue 3, 6-9

The Herbal Medicine Tradition. A Long-burning Torch for Darkening Times. Avena, Winter, Volume 11, Issue 2, 16-18

Leopold Kohr. Gentle Messenger of Community, Fellowship and Celebration. Another World is Possible, April 14th, 2011

Of Love and Medicine. Avena, Autumn 2011, Volume 11, Issue 1, 8-9

Where Do We Take Our Instructions? Another World Is Possible, Tuesday March 8th, 2011

Shattered Atoms, Shattered Islands: Remembering Rongelap. Another World Is Possible, March 1st, 2011

And What Rough Beast Slouches Towards Gaza? Operation Cast Lead and the Dismembering of a People. Information Clearing House, December 26th 2010

On the Eve of Cancun,, November 26th, 2010

While the Hegemon Caves From Within,, November 13th, 2010

Restoring the Caduceus: On Technology and Medicine in a Time of Troubles, Avena, Winter 2010, Vol. 10, Issue 2, 8-13

The Wellsprings of Healing: On the Doctor as Artist, Townsend Letter, May 2009, Issue 310, 90-93

American Capital and the Reign of Biomedicine, Journal of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, September. 2000, Vol. 6, 3, 89-92

Paracelsus: Light of Europe, Parts I – III, Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism, 1994, Vol. 6, 1, 5-8, Vol. 6, 2, 33-36, Vol. 6, 3, 57-60

Towards Regeneration II: Regenerating the Profession, Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism, 1991, Vol 3, 1-2, 10-11

Towards Regeneration I: Regenerating the Person, Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism, 1990, Vol. 2, 3, 55-58

On the Yoga Traditions, The Learning Exchange, December 1982, Issue 118, 5


Guarding the Flame. Reflecting on the Herbal Medicine Traditions. An Interview with Mary Allan, editor, Journal of the New Zealand Association of Medical Herbalists

This discussion between Mary Allan and Vincent Di Stefano explores not only aspects of herbal medicine, but examines the nature of healing in its broader contexts, ranging from personal and interpersonal healing to planetary healing. It can be streamed using the audio player above. A CD quality audio file is available for download here

Interview with M.H.Sc. (Osteopathy) Student, Victoria University, On ‘Grandfather’ Osteopaths in Victoria and the Registration Process, May 2004

Interview with Monique Lewis, Southern Cross University, The Modernisation of Herbal Medicine in Australia, December 2002

Interview with Diego Ortuso, Victoria University, Australian Osteopathic Medicine Review, vol. 1, no. 1, August 1997, pp. 11-13

Audio Productions

Remembering Hiroshima. Thomas Merton and the Original Child Bomb. “Original Child Bomb” is one of a small number of pieces written by Thomas Merton which he described as “anti-poems.” This unusual group includes “Chant to be Used in Processions around a Site with Furnaces”( an interpretation of which can be heard here). Merton’s anti-poems are characterised by the conscious and ironic use of the debased but now-commonplace language that masks the horror of genocide. In his essay “War and the Crisis of Language”, Merton wrote: “Poets are perhaps the ones who, at the present moment, are most sensitive to the sickness of language – a sickness that, infecting all literature with nausea, prompts us not so much to declare war on conventional language as simply to pick up and examine closely a few chosen pieces of linguistic garbage.”

“Original Child Bomb” was collaboratively recorded and produced in July 2012 by Vincent Di Stefano in Melbourne, Australia and Chaz Kilmer in Fort Collins, Colorado. Audio.

A Beautiful Bohemian was produced early in 2010. It tells the story of Darren Jones, a young musician and father, through the voices of those who knew him and loved him. Darren Jones was murdered in an unprovoked knife attack in February 2006 while returning by train from classes at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne.

This documentary carries the voices of Darren’s community of musicians and family members. It includes both the music of Darren Jones and a number of tributes composed by fellow musicians. This program offers a poignant account of the difficult process of healing that follows such a senseless and violent act.

The audio player above carries the original 54 minute program which was broadcast in March 2010 on 3MDR Emerald and 3PBS Melbourne. An abridged 30 minute version of A Beautiful Bohemian was broadcast on ABC Radio National’s “360 Documentaries” in September 2010 and can be heard here.