- Cornwall the Hidden Land (with Ann Trevenen Jenkin, introduction by Philip Payton), Bracknell : West Country Publications, 1965.
- Book of Sermons in Cornish produced by R.G. Jenkin (1983)
- 40 Years of Mebyon Kernow, by Richard Jenkin and others. Publisher: Mebyon Kernow (1991)
- Cornwall the Hidden Land (with Ann Trevenen Jenkin,new introduction by Philip Payton), 2nd edition, including new material, Leedstown: Noonvares Press, (2005) ISBN 0-9524601-5-7
- Delyow Derow (Oak Leaves) - Cornish Language Literary Magazine, vols 1-15 (1988-1996)
- New Cornwall - Political magazine. Founded by Richard Gendall in 1952. Edited by Richard and Ann Jenkin from 1956 to 1973.
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