| Title: Alleviating Prepress Anxiety: How to Manage Your Print Projects for Savings, Schedule and Quality
Author/Editor: Ann Goodheart
Description: Includes information on how to plan a project, select paper, envelopes, type faces, prepare a budget, evaluate a printer, and more.
Publisher: Leaping Antelope Productions
Publication Date: 2000
| Title: The Artists' Survival Manual: A Complete Guide to Marketing Your Work
Author/Editor: Toby Judith Klayman and Cobbett Steinberg
Description: Desktop edition. Revised edition. See chapters on "What to Bring to a Viewing."
Publication Date: 1996
| Title: Art-Write: The Writing Guide for Visual Artists
Author/Editor: Vicki Krohn Amorose
Description: Teaches artists how to write about their own artwork. Filled with achievable advice on how to write for art promotion and sales. Provides a step-by-step approach to create a professional artist statement, with thinking and writing exercises to ease the process and develop authentic and clear content.
Publisher: Luminaire Press
Publication Date: 2013
| Title: Getting It Printed: How to Work with Printers and Graphic Imaging Services to Assure Quality, Stay on Schedule and Control Costs
Author/Editor: Mark Beach and Eric Kenly
Description: Revised edition. Includes tips and advice from industry experts, checklists and illustrations.
Publisher: North Light Books
Publication Date: 2004
Title: How to Write About Contemporary Art
Author: Gilda Williams
Description: A guide to writing engagingly about contemporary art. Includes tips for writing press releases and news articles; texts for auction and exhibition catalogues, gallery guides and wall labels; op-ed journalism and exhibition reviews; and writing for websites and blogs.
Publisher: Thames and Hudson
Publication Date: 2014
| Title: How to Survive & Prosper as an Artist. Selling Yourself without Selling Your Soul
Author/Editor: Caroll Michels
Description: Revised edition. Written by a career coach and artist advocate, who created the Artist Help Network. See chapter "Presentation Tools and Packages."
Publisher: Henry Holt & Company
Publication Date: 2009
|Title: The Relatively Pain-Free Artist Statement
Author/Editor: Alyson B. Stanfield
Description: An e-book that provides tips for developing an artist statement.
Publisher: Pentas Press
Publication Date: 2011
| Title: Taking the Leap. Building a Career as a Visual Artist
Author/Editor: Cay Lang
Description: Revised. See "Creating Your Artist's Packet."
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Publication Date: 2006
| Title: Writing the Artist Statement: Revealing the True Spirit of Your Work
Author/Editor: Ariane Goodwin
Description: Guides artists through the process of writing an artist statement, building a psychological bridge between art and audience by tapping to the exact words that portrays the singular spirit of your work.
Publisher: Infinity Publishers
Publication Date: 2002