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Weyward Macbeth: Intersections of Race and Performance, ed Scott L. Newstok and Ayanna Thompson, 2010, p110.

Reverse Engineering, by Patricia Zimmermann, AFTERIMAGE, Fall, 2006.

Video Art, 2003, by Michael Rush, Thames & Hudson Ltd, London, pp 1, 140, 223.

Diacritics, A Review of Contemporary Criticism, vol 33, no. 1, Spring 2003 (2005), portfolio  of digital paintings.

STATES OF EMERGENCY, 2000, by Patricia R. Zimmermann, University of Minnesota Press, pp. 10, 84-85, 85-86.

Transnational/National Digital Imaginaries, John Hess and Patricia R. Zimmermann, 2000, pp. 17, 22-23, 31.

FRAMES OF REFERENCE, The Rockefeller Foundation, 1999, p 91.

APPENDIX, Culture/Theory/Praxis, 1999, Executive Editor, Darell W. Fields. Journal w/ CD-ROM “Paradigm Shift”. ISBN:0-8475-5732-8.

AFTERIMAGE, Jan/Feb 1998, “Flaherty  on the Road”, by Erika Muhammad, pp5-6.

LA FREEWAVES, Catalog of Exhibition, 1998, p 33.

Black Art and Culture in the 20th Century, by Richard J. Powell, 1997, Thames & Hudson, Ltd., London. pp. 181, 221, 140. LOC. #96-60366.

ISBN 0-500-18195-0.

THE INDEPENDENT FILM & VIDEO MONTHLY, July, 1997, “Hi-Tech Histories”, by Erika Muhammad, pp. 32-35.

FELIX, Spring, 1992, vol. 1, #2. Editors Shu Lea Cheang, Kathy High. “Notes on an African Diaspora Symbolic Language”, by PMJ, pp. 38-41, 124.

Whitney Museum of American Art, New American Film and Video Series, “Trans-Voices”, 1992.

The National Black Arts Festival 1990, Exhibition Catalog. p. 63.

“WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND”, A Video Work by Philip Mallory Jones, essay by Julie Anne Levin, 1990. Dallas Museum of Art.

Black Video: Keeping the Faith, by Brian Palmer, from Vol. 18, no. 1 (Summer 1990) AFTERIMAGE.

The Blues Aesthetic: Black Culture and Modernism, 1989, Exhibition Catalog. Curated by Richard J. Powell, Washington Project for the Arts. p. 78. Library of Congress # 89-051398.

THE NEW YORK TIMES, The Arts, 26 September, 1989, “Examining the Role of the Blues”, by Michael Brenson, p C13.

BLACK FILM REVIEW, vol. 5, #3, interview by Elizabeth Jackson, pp. 4-5, 28-30.

LA TIMES, 29 June, 1989, “Radical Differences in Two Black Artists”, by Cathy Curtis.


“State of the Art Scan: The Ithaca Video Festival,” AFTERIMAGE, Jan. 1982, pgs. 12-14.

VIDEOGRAPHY, July, 1980.

THE INDEPENDENT, 1980, vol. 3, no. 4, p19, article by Fran Platt, Ann Volkes, Gerry Pallor.

Everson Museum of Art Bulletin, June/July/August, 1978.

VIDEOSCOPE, vol. 1, no. 2, 1977.

Citizens Media Directory, National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting, 1977.

Video Resources in New York State, Film Bureau, 1975.

EPOCH, Spring, 1970, vol. XIX, #3, Cornell University Press. “From Cochise To Tonto”, by PMJ (short story), pp. 246-251.

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