Castleman, Riva. A Century of Artists’ Books. New York: Museum of Modern Art, c1994.
Courtney, Cathy. Speaking of Book Art: Interviews with British and American Book Artists. Los Altos Hills, CA: Anderson-Lovelace, 1999.
Drucker, Johanna. The Century of Artists’ Books. New York: Granary Books, 1995.
Guild of Book Workers. Abecedarium: An Exhibit of Alphabet Books, The Guild of Book Workers, 1998-1999. Chicago : The Guild of Book Workers, c1998.
Hatch, Marilyn et al, ed. Resonance and response: Artists’ Books from Special Collections, Wellesley College Library, June 15-18, 2005. Wellesley, Mass.: Wellesley College Library, c2005.
Hubert, Renée Riese and Judd D. Hubert. The Cutting Edge of Reading: Artists’ Books. New York: Granary Books, 1999.
Klima, Stefan. Artists Books: A Critical Survey of the Literature. New York: Granary Books, 1998.
Lauf, Cornelia and Clive Philpot. Artist/Author: Contemporary Artists’ Books. New York: Distributed Art Publishers, 1998.
Lorenz, Angela. An Exhibition of Limited Edition Books by Angela Lorenz: Widener Memorial Room Rotunda, Widener Library, Harvard University, September, 1994. Manchester, MA: A. Lorenz, c1994.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY) is the world’s largest repository, with over 10,000 artists’ books and is home to the Franklin Furnace Archive, an avant-garde art organization.
National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, DC) has a collection of about 650 artists’ books. They actively collect works by women book artists, and have an annual exhibition series.
University of Delaware Special Collections Library
Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill- Sloane Art Library
In 2010, the Sallie Bingham Center mounted an exhibit as part of a semester-long series of programs in collaboration with UNC Chapel Hill's Sloane Art Library to celebrate artists' books. Many items from the display are featured in this online version of the exhibit.