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2002 "Byron Temple, A Romantic Pragmatist," The Studio Potter, August 2002
2001 The Foreword to The Art of Contemporary American Pottery, Kevin Hluch, Krause Publications "Auf eigener Fahrte," Keramik Magazin, Aug/Sept 2001
2000 "A New Use for Function," The Body Politic, The British Crafts Council
1999 "Julian Stair & Edmund de Waal," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 38
"Bernard Leach by Edmund deWaal," The Studio Potter, December 1998
1997 "Obscure Objects of Desire," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 29
1996 "Ambiguity of Modern Craft," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 26, 102-103.
1996 "Woodfiring‹Challenge or Refuge," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 23, 8-12.
1995 "A Basket maker in Rural Japan," American Craft, 55(5), Oct/No 1995, 45-46.
"Between Points in Clay," Ceramics Monthly, 43(6), June/July/August 1995, 39-41.
1994 "Juror's Statement," in the catalog of The Ninth Annual San Angelo National Ceramic Competition.
"What Is Crafts For?," The Studio Potter, 23(1), December 1994, 6-7.
1993 "The Ambiguity of Modern Craft," New Observations, Issue 98, Nov/Dec 1993, 10-11.
"Tradition and the Future," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 14, 37-40.
1992 "Delivering the Promise," The Studio Potter, 21(1), December 1992
"Beyond Entertaining," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 9, 77-79.
1991 "Craft World," American Craft, December/January 1992.
"Use and the Art Experience," Ceramics—Art & Perception, No. 5, 3-8.
"Shiro Otani," Ceramics Monthly, Summer 91.
"The Shakers Versus the Rockets," Ceramics Monthly, 4-91.
"Byron Temple," American Craft, August/September 1991.
1990 "NEA and Pottery," Ceramics Monthly, 12-90.
"Tradition and the Modern Crafts Establishment," The Studio Potter, 18/2.
"In Praise of Feet," The Studio Potter, 18/2.89
1989 "Rudolf Staffel," American Craft, December/January 1989.
"An Interview with Janet Kardon," New Art Examiner, 10-89.
"Michael Cardew," New Art Examiner, 4-89.
1988 "Comment: The Influences and Use of Japanese Tradition," American Craft, Jug/Sept
"Kitsch as Avant Garde," New Art Examiner, 9-88.
"The Denial of Experience," New Art Examiner, 2-88.
1987 "Art and Design at Alfred, Turners and Burners, The New Ceramics," American Craft, Oct/Nov
"Notes on New Talent," New Art Examiner, 10-88.
"A Search for Relevance," NCECA Journal, 8(2), Winter 1987/1988, 18.
"Crafts in a Muddle," New Art Examiner, 2-87.
"British Teapots," New Art Examiner, 1-87.
1986 "Beyond the Process," Ceramics Monthly, 10-86.
"A Search for Relevance," The Studio Potter, 13/1.
"Ceramics Battles Anti-Intellectualism," New Art Examiner, 6-86.
1985 "Lost Innocence," American Craft, October/November 1985.
"Otto Natzler," New Art Examiner, 9-85.
"An Interview with Garth Clark," New Art Examiner, 9-85.
"Ceramic Traditions of Kyoto," New Art Examiner, 4-85.
1983 "Japanese Ceramics Today," New Art Examiner, 6-83.
"Originality at All Costs," The Studio Potter, 12/1.
1982 "Transcending Woodfiring", The Studio Potter, 11/1

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