Article by Andrew Webster on my suite of twelve woodcuts, The Room.
Review of exhibition at Flatbed Press of The Room, a series of twelve woodcuts.
Haiku Reviews: Art 2015
See recent article in Fall/Winter 2014 issue by Veronica Ceci, "Alice Leora Briggs: Peering into Darkness"
Digital exhibition catalog of the exhibition, "Asylum"
Jeffrey Carlson's article for Fine Art Connoisseur
View prints available through Flatbed Press, Austin, TX
See my image and read Yuri Herrera's story, Diana, Hunter of Bus Drivers, that aired on This American Life.
Review of exhibition at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum
A review of the University of New Mexico Art Museum exhibition of the same name.
Review of In the Wake of Juarez: The Drawings of Alice Leora Briggs, University of New Mexico Art Museum, February 8 - May 25, 2013
A review of the exhibition, Surface Tension, at Etherton Gallery, January 8 - April 13, 2013
Arizona Public Media, 30 Jan 2013
Etherton Gallery, Tucson, Arizona
by Alix McKenna in the California Literary Review
Adobe Airstream: The Online Magazine for Citizens of Culture.
Review by Scott Abbott, in The Bloomsbury Review (Summer 2010), reprinted on the author's blog.
Available at the University of Texas Press.
by Doug Pullen of the exhibition, Dreamland: The Way Out of Juarez at the El Paso Museum of Art (El Paso Times)
The Carnage in Juarez and the Deadly Silence of It All An interview with Writer Charles Bowden (including a discussion of our collaboration on Dreamland: The Way Out of Juarez.
Briggs looks to violence of Juarez to make her mark by Lana Sweeten-Shults Times Record News, Wichita Falls, TX (January 15)
An exhibition at Etherton Gallery
Being Human by Margaret Regan Tucson Weekly, March 5, 2009
Article and images at Hearing Voices
Live interview with the artist
an article in Juxtapoz
Institute specializes in the history of reportage drawing. Scroll to 6/7/2009 in TEXTARCHIVE: Images of Mexico's drug cartel war by Alice Leora Briggs
an article by Christopher Willard in American Artist (March 7, 2008)
Ambiguous Narratives by Margaret Regan Tucson Weekly (March 17, 2006)
Etherton Gallery Tucson, Arizona
Evoke Contemporary Santa Fe, New Mexico