Reviews/ Citations/ Bibliography
- Artist’s Book yearbook, 2003-2005 Elizabeth Eastmond Memo: This is not an Artist’s Book; A New Zealand Collection. P17-26
- Road Works. T. J. McNamara, Weekend Herald, J6, April 10-11, 1999
- Poetry in NZ. Editorial, Alistair Paterson, Necessary Oppositions? Avant-garde versus traditional poetry in New Zealand, Jack Ross.
- Object and Knowledge: NZ Artists’ Books. Thesis. University of Auckland, 1998. Rebecca Lal.
- ‘Art Now’, Allan Smith, Art and Asia Pacific, Vol. 2 No. 2, Sydney (Reviews: New Zealand).
- ‘Futures Trading and Current Rites of Exchange’, Nick Perry, Midwest 6. ‘Bookworks from New Zealand’, Umbrella 17, Nos. 3/4, Pasadena, California.
- ‘Delivery Systems for a Consumer Paradise’, David Eggleton, South Island Art Projects Newsletter, No.13. (Review of Art Now.)
- ‘Shop at Monz’, Stuart McKenzie, Listener, 9 July 1994. (Review of Art Now.)
- ‘Perspective on Art’, T. J. McNamara, NZ Herald, 18 November 1993. (Review of Like Wrecks of a Dissolving Dream.)
- ‘John Barnett & Lesley Kaiser: Is It Necessary to Draw the Line’, John Daly-Peoples, Art New Zealand 67.
- Perspective on Art’, T. J. McNamara, NZ Herald, 13 August 1992. (Review of Art NoObject.)
- ‘Messages from the Antipodes’, Ted Jenner, Sulfur 30, Ypsilanti, Michigan. (Review of Like They Are Now.)
- ‘Like They Are Now’, Grant Duncan, and ‘Reading 2′, Trevor Conn, Printout 2. (Two reviews of Like They Are Now.)
- ‘Like They Are Now’, Anna Miles, Stamp 28.
- ‘Catch them if you can’, Gilbert Wong, NZ Herald, 28 November 1991. (Review of Like They Are Now.)
- Art New Zealand 60, ‘Exhibitions’ (Auckland), John Daly-Peoples. (Review of the point, however, is to change it).
- ‘Perspective on Art’, T. J. McNamara, NZ Herald, 9 August 1991. (Review of The point, however, is to change it.