Moon-landing conspiracy theorists aren’t all the same. Meet some from the Pacific Northwest. Brendan Kiley, Seattle Times, July 15, 2019

Look Ahead: The hottest Seattle events for July 2019, Seattle Times, July 1, 2019

All About That Confusion, Clark Humphrey, Misc Media, March 5, 2019

Woman Locked Out of YouTube, Gmail, and Twitter for Having Same Name as Pop Star, Melanie Ehrenkranz, Gizmodo, March 1, 2019

Meghan Elizabeth Trainor: Witancraeftlic, The Stranger, January 2019

On the List | Witancræftlic, Nobody Hates Trump More Than Trump, SH*T GOLD, by Margo Vansynghel, City Arts, January 2, 2019

AURA, a new home gallery, opens friday, by Margo Vansynghel, City Arts, August 15, 2018

Explore Seattle’s map of ‘high weirdness’: Ghost canoe, rumored troll, Hell Mouth — and more, By Christine Clarridge, Seattle Times, June 27, 2018

Robot Battle Witches, by m1k3y, Journal of a Cosmic Anthropologist, February 1, 2017

New Art, Big Parties, And A Decade Of Equinox: Georgetown Art Attack, December 2016, by T.s. Flock, Vanguard Seattle, December 9, 2016

The Politics of Possibility, Risk and Security Beyond Probability,  Duke University Press, Louise Amoore, 2013

Meghan Trainor Puce L' Art/ Meghan Trainor Tags Art, MCD: Musiques Cultures Digitales, Special Issue 2011

3D printing with wood flour, Cory Doctorow, BoingBoing, April 6, 2011

Currently Hanging: Charles Parrish and Meghan Trainor, Jen Graves, SLOG, September 1, 2010

3D Printing Researchers Use Glass to Open a Window into the Future, Susan Smith, Desktop Engineering, January 10, 2010

3-D printed glass melds art, science, Futurity, October 5, 2009

3D-Druck wird auch in Glas möglich, Computerwoche, September 29, 2009

Fabbing with Glass, Bruce Sterling, Beyond the Beyond, September 24, 2009

Response Before the Event: On Forgetting the War on Terror, Terrorism and the Politics of Response, by Louise Amoore, 2009

New Brave World workshop at iMAL: RFID and art, Régine Debatty, we-make-money-not-art, March 24, 2008

'Strange Things' electronic art exhibit cranks up the voltage , Regina Hackett, The Seattle PI, December 20, 2007

Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing RFID Applications, London Knowledge Lab

RFID Implants, 5 Amazing Stories, RFID Gazette, April 9, 2007

Tracking Physical Objects Made Easy with RFID, The Future of Science and Technology, 2005-2055, December 20, 2006

Of RFIDs and Arphids: The Logistics of the Future, Anthony Alexander, Mute Beta, December 6, 2006

RFIDs y fractales, la tecnología como y para el arte, Juan Freire, Nómada, September 2, 2006

NYC24 Privacy Issue, Matt Reed Larrison Campbell, NYC24, June 29, 2006

Le nuove cose (in)animate, Valentina Tanni, Exibart, July 17, 2006

Body Modification and the “Internet of Things”, Jo-Anne Green, Networked Performance, May 31, 2006

Arphid Watch: Meghan Trainor in New York, Bruce Sterling, Beyond the Beyond, May 30, 2006

Spime Art, Bruce Sterling, Beyond the Beyond, February 13, 2006

Crece el número de artistas que utilizan tecnología RFID para crear sus obras, RFID-Spain, February 13, 2006

Artists Burnish RFID's Image, Mark Baard, Wired News, February 3, 2006

'Spime and Arphids', Artists Loving RFID Worldwide, Loftware, Everywhere, February 3, 2006

Wood Metal Water, MJB, rose-colored glasses, October 3, 2005

With Hidden Numbers, we-make-money-not-art, September 29, 2005

The Accidental DJ, Technology Section / Cate T. Corcoran, Women's Wear Daily, June 15, 2005

Junkie's Little Helper, Ryan Block, engadget, March 21, 2005

Junkie's Little Helper, we-make-money-not-art, March 21, 2005

ITP Winter Show Starts Today, popgadget, December 19, 2004

Negative Geography, Tar Del Guidice, Tablet Newspaper, February 1, 2002

Why Most Painting is Bad...and why we should still have hope, Emily Hall, The Stranger, August 16, 2001

Look At the Size of Our Cups, Clark Humphrey, MISCmedia, October 19, 1999

Cornish Artists Collaborate at Trapeze Studio, Monica Moe, The Cornish Edge, Fall 1999

Life stories, One artist's view of modern genetics, Cynthia Rose, The Seattle Times, August 26, 1999

Showing her metal, Cynthia Rose, The Seattle Times, March 26, 1999

This Month's First Thursday Highlights, Clark Humprey, MISCmedia, December 7, 1998