Online Articles about Freya:
H. R. Ellis-Davidson, “The Goddess Freya”, from Gods and Myths of the Viking Age. Hosted by thegoddessfreya.info. Ellis-Davidson is a well-known and oft-cited scholar of Viking Age culture and religion.
Stephan Grundy, “Freyja and Frigg”, The Concept of the Goddess, London: Routledge, 1996.
H. R. Ellis-Davidson, “The Power of the Vanir”. Freya is a member of the Vanic tribe of deities. In this article, Ellis-Davidson gives a good description of the Vanir gods as a whole.
“Freyasbok“, Cara Freyasdaughter. A “101-level” handout I made to accompany my Freyasblot at Pantheacon, 2014.
Maris Pai, “Rethinking Vanatru”. Great blog post about the darker sides of the Vanir.
Articles about Seidh (seiðr) magic:
Diana Paxson, “The Return of the Völva: Recovering the Practice of Seiðr” on Seeing for the People: High Seat Seið and the Core Oracular Method (seidh.org)
Jenn Blain, “Seiðr as shamanistic practice: reconstituting a tradition of ambiguity.” Revision of a paper she presented at the Conference on Shamanism in Contemporary Society, Newcastle, June 1998.
Jones, Pollyanna. “Vardlokkur – The Song of the Völva.” A great introduction and overview of seidh and the challenges we’ve faced in bringing this lore-attested practice into the modern day.