In Anne Holmes Library of Congress blog, In the Catbird Seat, Katherine Blood discusses the suite, The Room, created by Alice Leora Briggs and recently added to the Library of Congress' collection.
Julian Cardona lives and works in Ciudad Juárez. His widely published photographs have documented life in this border city and other regions of Mexico for many years. Now Cardona expands his reportage with words.
Review of exhibition at Flatbed Press of The Room, a series of twelve woodcuts.
Haiku Reviews: Art 2015
Alice Leora Briggs' drawing, Diana la cazadora de choferes and Yuri Herrera's story, Diana, Hunter of Bus Drivers
In the Wake of Juárez Feb 9 - May 25, 2013 University of New Mexico Art Museum
Fall/Winter 2014 issue by Veronica Ceci, "Alice Leora Briggs: Peering into Darkness"
Printing Poetry and Caving Life by Andrew Webster in 31 Aug 2017 issue of Fine Art Connoisseur.
View prints available through Flatbed Press, Austin, TX
Review (19 Jul 2013) in Phoenix New Times by Kathleen Vanesian of exhibition at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum
A review of the exhibition, Surface Tension, at Etherton Gallery, January 8 - April 13, 2013
by Alix McKenna in the California Literary Review
Review by Scott Abbott, in The Bloomsbury Review (Summer 2010), reprinted on the author's blog.
Available at the University of Texas Press.
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.
Article and images at Hearing Voices
an article in Juxtapoz
Institute specializes in the history of reportage drawing.
An exhibition at Etherton Gallery
Ambiguous Narratives by Margaret Regan Tucson Weekly (March 17, 2006)
Etherton Gallery Tucson, Arizona
Evoke Contemporary Santa Fe, New Mexico