|Birth name||Wendy Elizabeth Rule|
|Born||1966 (age 50–51)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
|Origin||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
Wendy Elizabeth Rule (born 1966) is an Australian musical artist. She was born in Sydney, later moved to Melbourne. She performs regularly, and has toured the United States and Europe. Rule has been based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- Zero (1996) - Her first solo album, which took 9 months to record.
- Live (1997) [Limited Release]
- Deity (1998) - Established her "lush Gothic sound."
- A Journey to the Underworld. A musical play focussing on the Inanna mythology. Dibide into two sections, "Death" and "Life". Recorded at Melbourne's Universal Theatre and released on VHS video (1999).
- World Between Worlds (2000)
- The Lotus Eaters (2003)
- A Night of Jazz (2004)
- The Wolf Sky (2006) - Produced in a style described as "wild, epic, dark and beautiful."
- Meditations on the 4 Elements (2007)
- Beneath The Below Is A River (2008)
- Guided by Venus (2010)
- Live At The Castle On The Hill (2012)
- collaboration with Gary Stadler: Deep within a Faerie Forest (2005, Sequoia Records)
compilations featuring tracks by Wendy Rule
- The Best of Pagan Song (2004, Serpentine Music Productions)
- with Gary Stadler: Celtic Lounge (2006, Sequoia Records)
- with Gary Stadler: Celtic Lounge II (2007, Sequoia Records)
- Tuatha Dea featuring Wendy Rule. Track: Aradia, Album: The Tribe coming May 2013.
- Digitalis, Raven (2007). Goth Craft: The Magickal Side of Dark Culture. Llewellyn Worldwide. p. 14. ISBN 978-0-73871104-1.
- Hexham,, Irving; Rost, Stephen; Morehead, John; Morehead, John W.,II (2004). Encountering New Religious Movements: A Holistic Evangelical Approach. Kregel Publications. p. 214. ISBN 978-0-82542893-7.
- "Interview with Wendy Rule". Melbourne: 3RRR-FM. 1997. Retrieved 2009-01-20.
- McColman, Carl (2002). The Complete Idiot's Guide to Paganism (Illustrated ed.). Alpha Books. p. 323. ISBN 978-0-02864266-6.
- Zell-Ravenheart, Oberon; Zell-Ravenheart, Morning-Glory (2006). Creating Circles & Ceremonies. Career Press. p. 280. ISBN 978-1-56414864-3.