Helen Douglas, Shifting Borders: A Venetian Brocade, Keynote talk, PAGES Artist Book Fair, Leeds University.

Interviewee contributor: An Incomplete History of Printed Matter’s Art Book Fairs, to be published by Printed Matter & Hauser & Worth Publishing.


Helen Douglas, SETTING: Fruitmarket Gallery Book Launch recording, April, 2021.

Helen Douglas, Meadows, Rivers, Maps & Books: Scottish Borders Cultural Forum, Connecting Threads. (2.09-19.27mins)


Douglas, H. “Futures”, Artist’s Books Now, British Library, Feb 2020.

Douglas, H. “The Pond at Deuchar e-scroll”, Creative Informatics, Fruitmarket Gallery, March 2020.

White, M. Place and Nature in the work of Helen Douglas, The Blue Note Book, Vol 15 No.1, pp. 50-57, 2020.


Douglas, H. Flow across the Page, talk accompanying exhibition at Fruitmarket gallery Feb 2019.

Hamilton, A. Photography and the Artist’s Book. Helen Douglas in conversation with Alex Hamilton. Studies in Photography, Scottish Society for the History of Photography,SSHOP, Autumn, 2019.


Douglas, H. "Weproductions, a retrospective at Printed Matter Inc", talk at Small Publishers Fair, 10th Nov, 2018.

Douglas, H. Weproductions: Telfer Stokes ♦ Helen Douglas, exhibition notes and full listing of exhibits for retrospective at Printed Matter Inc. A4 PDF.

Shinkle, E. Source: the photographic review, Issue 93, Spring 2018.


Douglas, H. "My Practice in Book", Siganto Artist's Book Lecture, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 26th March 2017.


Figuring Space (film) as Part of The Year of Architecture
Paint Her to Your Own Mind,


An interview with Helen Douglas by Birgit Rieger, Friends with Books, Art Book Fair Berlin:


Williamson, B. "From hand scroll to iPad app: Transforming Helen Douglas's "The Pond at Deuchar", Book 2.0, Vol 2, Autumn, 2013.
Phillpot, C. "Postscript", essay accompanying e-scroll The Pond at Deuchar, published by Tate, April 2013.
Beth Williamson in conversation with Helen Douglas, 'History in the making: Helen Douglas's Traquair House Manuscript', The Blue Notebook: Journal for artists' books, Volume 7 no 2. April 2013
Douglas, H. "The Digital in my Bookmaking, printing and e-publishing", The New Art of Making Books, Winchester Conference, March 2013.
Douglas, H. Alexander, K. "Casting the Net: Coast to Inland", March –April 2013, exhibition booklet.


Douglas, H. "The Early Paperbacks, Weproduction 1972-75", Modernism, Print and the Book, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, December, 2012.
Douglas, H. "My Favourite Place", commissioned Artist's Page, Book Week Scotland, Scottish Book Trust, 2012,
Douglas, H. "The making of the manuscript Traquair House, Traqauir House", August 2012.
Douglas, H. Gillies, V. "The making of Poempondscroll, Scottish Poetry Library", Nov, 2012.
Douglas, H., "The Book, The Body and Digital Rendering" at Transforming the Medium, Book Arts Network/Tate Research/UAL, AHRC funding, March 20012.


Modeen, Mary, "Discovery by Doing" catalogue essay in Poetry Beyond Text: Vision, Text + Cognition, Dundee University, 2011. ISBN 978 0 9568371 0 3.
Bury, Stephen, "Brocade", review of A Venetian Brocade, Art Monthly, July, 2011.
Graham, Brandon, Weproductions: Forty Years and Counting, JAB 30, Center for Book and Paper, Columbia College, Chicago, Autumn 2011.
Brandon, G. A podcast interview (August 2011) with Helen Douglas.


Jury, David (Ed), "Book Art Object", essay by Sarah Bodman. The Codex Foundation, Berkley, 2009.
Lyons, Joan. "Visual Studies Workshop Press 1972-2008", Rochester,


Biggs, Iain, "Place, Enchantment and 'Visual Refrain': A Context for Recent Book Work by Helen Douglas", The Blue Note Book, Vol 1, No 2, April 2007.
Artists' Books Collection, Winchester School of Art Library, 2007.
"Special Collections", catalogue for exhibition at The University Gallery, Leeds, Feb/March 2007.
Long, E "Written Landscapes", review of Arcadia Id Est, After Image 34:6.
Douglas, H. "Choices: making and publishing commercially printed editions and hand printed editions". Scottish Poetry Library, Oct 2007.


Birgit Skiöld Memorial Trust Award for SWAN SONGS with damselflies, presented at LAB 06.
Wye, Deborah & Weitman, W. "British Focus", catalogue essay in Eye on Europe, Prints, Books & Multiples 1960 to Now, MOMA, 2006.


"A sense of Place: Book 1994-2004" Lecture at Arcadia Id Est, symposium, UWE, Bristol, May 2005. UWE website.
The 1st Seoul International Bookarts competion, prize winner: Illier Combray.


2004 Birgit Skiold Memorial Trust Awards for Illiers Combray and 8 Minutes, presented LAB '04.
Seoul International Book Arts Fair, catalogue essay: Douglas, H. "Book Thoughts 1972-2004", Bookpress, Korea, 2004.


Illiers Combray: Cross art form collaboration Award, Scottish Arts Council
Outside of a dog: Paperbacks & other books by artists: Baltic Contemporary Art Centre, Newcastle.


Open Book, Publishing Art in Scotland, Forum pamphlet series, Essay: The Artist as Publisher, Helen Douglas. Published by the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh. ISBN 0947912231


BECOME Performances: Ibex Book Fair, Brighton, Dean Clough Artist Book Fair, Halifax, "Unpacking a Library, " Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.
Publishing residency at Nexus Press, Atlanta, GA as the recipient of the Atlanta Book Prize to publish LAST DAY IN KAS.
Artist Book Beat, Princenthal, N, Review of BECOME in: Art on Paper, May-June.
"Becoming" Artist Books in Art Monthly, Review by Alec Finlay, Sept.
"Open Book" Weproductions, The Artist as Publisher, presentation at the Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh, Nov.


"Weproductions": An approach to Publishing, "Strategy and Process" in Repetivity. Platforms & approaches to publishing: ISBN 0901437506.
"Making Book Art", in Nuts & Bolts series, Edinburgh International Book Festival, August.
"BECOME" Performance at The Barbican Artist Book Fair, London.
Re Volumes (of Vulnerability) Timeout, Jan 26: Speaking Volumes. Art Monthly, March: Promiscuously Handled, Make, March-May: Artscene, May Wild Wood, Umbrella, Spring.
Artists Book Beat, Pricenthal N, Review of Wild Wood in Art on Paper, Spring "
The Atlanta Book Prize" JAB 13, Spring.
"Weproductions" Phillpot C "On Two Weproductions" Evans T in "0.6 Weproductions, " Centre for Artist Books, VSC, Dundee Contemporary Arts, April.
"Wild Wood/Helen Douglas, " Inside Cover, exhibition catalogue, selected by Ward J. Making Space Publishing & UWE.


"The Connection between Narrative & Book Form in three books by Weproductions between 75-98" & "Narrative & Book" essay on CHINESE WHISPERS and BETWEEN THE TWO in Experimental Narrative & Artists Books in The Journal of Artist Books, JAB 12, Fall, ISSN 1085- 1461.
"Weproductions: Narrative & Book" lecture, Dean Clough, Halifax.
Wild Wood" in "The Spark", Arts program, Border Television.
"Activating Books" organised & participated in performing SPIN OFF & SONG OF THE THRUSH at the Barbican Artist Book Fair, London.
"The Book in hand: Contemporary artists publishing in Scotland" Finlay, A Modern Painters, Dec.
Border Country, Courtney, C. Review of Wild Wood, Art Monthly, Dec '99-'00.
Artists' Book Beat, Princenthal, N. Review of between the Two, in Art on Paper, March 1999
Artists' Book Beat, Princenthal, N. Review of Song of the Thrush, in Art on Paper, Jan. 1999.
The Cutting Edge of Reading, Artists' Books, Renee Riese Hubert & Judd Hubert, Published by Granary Books, DAP, IBSN 1-887123- 21- 0.


Speaking of Book Art: Interviews with British & American Book Artists by Cathy Courtney, Published by Anderson - Lovelace, ISBN 0-9626372-5-4
Books as Art, Emma Hill, Catalogue Essay.
Artists' Books, Cathy Courtney review of SONG OF THE THRUSH, Art Monthly Oct '98.
Here and There and Between. Clive Philpot, Art Monthly. May '98
Between the Two. Cathy Courtney interview with Helen Douglas. May '98.


Artist / Author, Contemporary Artist Books: Cornellia Lauf, Clive Phillpot Published by Distributed Art Publishers Inc and The American Federation of Arts. ISBN 1-885444-07-9 and 1-881616-94-0.
Esthetique du Livre d'artiste: Anne Moeglin-Delcriox. Published by Jean Michel Place / Bibliotheque National de France '97. ISBN 2-85893-291-3 and 2-7177-201 4-6
N.L.S.C at the British Library National Sound Archive: Artists Lives. Recorded Interviews with Artist making books for the research project "The Art of the Book, 1960 to the Present".


Artist's Book Yearbook 96-7: Tate Gallery Talks: Tanya Pelxoto ed, Magpie Press. ISBN 0-952-3880-6-5


The Why & The How I Make Books: Published by The Journal of Artist Books, JAB 3, Newhaven, Spring '95
Cover me in Cowhide: Artist Books on show at The Tate Gallery: Article by Cathy Courtney in the Independent on Sunday, 13 Aug.
The Century of Artists' Books: Johanna Drucker. Published by Granary Books. ISBN 1-887123-01-6
Azimuts No9, Un Livre est un Livre: Anne Moeglin-Delcroix.


Essay In Catalogue to Mapping Knowlege, Visions of Bookness: Exhibition of Artist Books at Minories Gallery, Colchester, Essex.
Multiple World, An International Survey of A B's, Atlanta: Peter Frank/ Judith Hoffberg.


Twenty-six gasoline stations that shook the world. The rise and fall of cheap booklets of Art: Clive Phillpot, Published by Arts Libraries Journal '93 vol 18 No1. ISSN 0307- 4722
Facing the Page, British Artist Books: A survey 1983-93: Introduction by Cathy Courtney. Published by Eastamp. ISBN 1 -871831 -113.
Going with the flow: Interview printed in The Southern Reporter. Young Couple splash out: Interview printed in Weekender.


Private Views & Other Containers: Artist Books reviewed by Cathy Courtney, includes reviews of YOUNG MASTERS & MISSES, MIM, REAL FICTION, DESIRE, AJAR, first published in Art Mounthly. Published by Estamp '92, ISBN 1-871831-09-1


An Interview with Telfer Stokes: Art Monthly, Nov '89, Cathy Courtney


The Print Collectors Newsletter, Artist's Book Beat: Jan/Feb '88, Review of REAL FICTION, Nancy Princentall
Artist Newsletter, British Contemporary Artist Books: Oct ' 88 Weproductions Manefaesto.


Artist Books, A Critical Anthology & Sourcebook: VSW Press '85, Edited by Joan Lyons. ISBN 0- 89822- 041-6 & 0-87905-207-4
Art & Artist Supplement: July/Aug '85, Review of SPIN OFF by May Castleberry


An Interview with Telfer Stokes: Afterimage Magazine Oct '82, by Tom Dugan.


Telfer Stokes and Helen Douglas: Studio International Dec '76. Review of the exhibition of CHINESE WHISPERS at Garage by Clive Phillpot.
Artist's Books: AC of GB Book Exhibition. ISBN 0-7287 -0089 -1
Catalogue Essay: Book Art Digressions by Clive Phillpot.


Artist Bookworks: A British Council touring exhibition curated by Martin Attwood. Catalogue essay: Book Art, Object and Image, by Clive Phillpot.

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Feedback: Studio International. Reviews of PASSAGE, FOOLSCRAP, SPACES, LOOPHOLE by Clive Phillpot.