Photography Beyond Technique: Essays from F295 on the Informed Use of Alternative and Historical Photographic Processes, edited by Tom Persinger (My essay on my work is entitled “The Photograph as Reliquary.”)
Poetics of Light exhibition catalogue, New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe, NM
Jesseca Ferguson, Creating, artist interview, RFotoFolio (online)
The Boston Globe, “’The Doors of Perception’ is part science, part magic,” Mark Feeney, February 21, 2013
Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes: Popular Historical and Contemporary Techniques, Focal Press 100 Boston Artists, Chawky Frenn, Schiffer Publishing Ltd.
Loupe, Journal of the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, Vol. 2/No. 3, June 2012, “Jesseca Ferguson: Photo Objects,” Janelle Lynch
Photographic Possibilities the Expressive Use of Equipment, Ideas, Materials, and Processes, Robert Hirsch (3rd edition), Focal Press
The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes, Christopher James (2nd ed.), Delmar Cengage Learning (and 1st ed., 2007)
American Metaphors/Amerykańskie metafory, catalogue
Le Sténopé de la Photographie sans Objectif, Jean-Michel Galley & Elisabeth Towns, Photo Poche.
Afterimage, May/June 2006, vol. 33, issue 6, "The Past is the New Future," Marnin Young
ArtBusiness News, volume 31, number 11, November 2004, Laura Myers,"Trailblazing Photography Explores Alternatives"
Odwzajemnione spojrzeni: O fotografii otworkowej, Zbibniew Tomaszczuk, Typoscript, Wroclaw, PL
Adventures with Pinhole and Home-made Cameras, John Evans, RotoVision, UK AGNI, number 57, cover image, five additional images in "Art Feature" (Sven Birkerts' inaugural issue)
Pinhole Journal, "The Enhanced Mishap," vol. 19, no. 1
Senza Obiettivo, exhibition catalogue, international exhibition of pinhole photography, Santa Maria della Scala, Siena, Italy
Art New England, volume 23, issue 5, August/September 2002, "Photography: Found Gifts," Sara Dassel
Pinhole Journal, "Contemporary Images 10," vol. 18, no. 2
Jesseca Ferguson Fotografia, exhibition catalogue, Galeria Pusta, Katowice, Poland; text by Krzysztof Jurecki, critic, curator, and art historian, Lódz, Poland
Fotografia Kwartalnik, numer 6/2001, "O fotografii Jessiki Ferguson," Jakub Byrczek interviewed by Zbigniew Tomaszczuk
The Book of Alternative Processes, Christopher James, Delmar Books, New York, NY (1st & 2nd editions)
The Boston Globe, September 27, 2001, "Pinhole Vision," Cate McQuaid
Kontakty, exhibition catalogue, Katowice, Poland
Notes Diverses Pour Servir à l'Histoire de la Sténopé Photographie, Perlin Pinpin avec la collaboration de Hervé Flanquart, Bibliothèque Municipale, Lille, France
Format Pismo Artystcyzne, NR 4/2000, "Relikwiarz Jesseki Ferguson," Bogdan Konopka
Pinhole Journal, vol.16, no. 2, Contemporary Issues 7 (cover)
Dreamworlds: Neo-Surrealism at the Millennium, Alicia Faxon, exhibition catalogue, Attleboro Museum
Art On Paper, volume 3, number 5, May/June 1999, "New Artists, Old Techniques," Schneider
Gallery, Chicago,"Kristen Brooke Schleifer
The Boston Globe, January 17, 1999, "Three shows imprint photographic memory," Christine Temin
Chicago Reader, January 15, 1999, "Forward Into the Past," Mark Swartz
The Boston Herald, October 2, 1998, Visual Arts, Joanne Silver
View Camera, volume XI, number IV, "Synchronicity: Pinhole Photography with the Polaroid 20x24," Jesseca Ferguson
Unpublished, "Trois Poétesses de la Lumière," Jean-Claude Lemagny, Conservateur général honoraire des Bibliothèques
La Dépêche, 30 mai, 1998, Castres, France, "'Effets Personnels' au Musée Arthur Batut," D.C.
New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times, "Seeing the World Through a Pinhole," March 23, 1997, Tom Puryear
The Boston Globe, March 29, 1996,"Mixing memory and surrealism to reinvent the past," Nancy Stapen
Art New England, "Profile: Jesseca Ferguson's Pinhole Photographs," February/March issue, Lois Tarlow
The Boston Globe, December 21, 1995, Nancy Stapen
New Dimensions in Photo Imaging, Laura Blacklow (last three editions), Focal Press/Butterworth
Photography Quarterly, vol. 16, no. 1, "The Power of Grace," Center for Photography at Woodstock
Pinhole Photography, Rediscovering a Historic Technique, Eric Renner, Focal Press/Butterworth (all three editions)
Pinhole Journal, vol. 9, #3, Figure Studies 3
Radcliffe Quarterly, vol. 79, no. 3, September 1993
Art New England, October/November, Miles Unger, "Lost & Found"
The Photo Review, vol. 16, no. 3, summer issue
Wayland/Weston Town Crier, Marty Carlock, "Found Objects Exhibited at Clark Gallery"
Newton Graphic, Meredith Fife Day, "Picking Up the Pieces"
Pinhole Journal, vol. 8, no. 3, Landscape Issue, December 1992
Art New England, July/August, Miles Unger, "Fitchburg Art Museum 'New Talent'"
Radcliffe Quarterly, March, Rebecca Nemser, "Where All Ladders Start"
Worcester Magazine, Leon Nigrosh, "A Short Ride to New Visions"
The Boston Herald, Joanne Silver, "DeCordova Museum Exhibit Maps Out Land, Sea and Sky"
Art New England, Alicia Faxon, "allusion DIMENSION"
New Times, Scottsdale, AZ, Heather Lineberry,"All that Matisse"
The Boston Phoenix, Rebecca Nemser, "Loss Art and Ritual: Visual Prayers for AIDS"
Martha's Vineyard Times, Karen Mularedelis, "Artist Layers Memories in Boxes"
Art New England, Rebecca Nemser, "Distant Views and Forgotten Dreams"
The Boston Phoenix, R. Nemser, "Many Dimensions"
The Boston Herald, Nancy Stapen, "Isn't Art Romantic"
The Boston Globe, Robert Taylor, "Annual Lois Foster Exhibition at Brandeis is rich and evocative"
Agni Review, no. 27, Thomas Frick, editor, "Concerning the Spiritual in Art"
Agni Review, no. 22, drawing commissioned by Sven Birkerts
Fiberarts Magazine, March/April issue, Asheville, NC
The FiberArts Design Book, Asheville, NC