VIDEOS
“Drew Shiflett at PechaKucha Night Hamptons Vol. 21,” Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, New York, September 15, 2017
“On and Beyond the Grid (Drew Shiflett and Christoph Radke),” introductory speech by Mark Gisbourne for the opening of Drew Shiflett, Christoph Radke – On and Beyond The Grid, Kunststiftung K52, Berlin, Germany, January 22, 2016
“Drew Shiflett, Sept 2013,” a studio visit with Zachary Keeting and Christopher Joy for Gorky’s Granddaughter blog, September 22, 2013, www.gorkysgranddaughter.com

ARTICLES
Jennifer Landes, “23 Successes in “A Radical Voice,'” The East Hampton Star, March 20, 2018
Sharon Butler, “Catalogue essay: Raphael Rubinstein on Drew Shiflett,” www.twocoatsofpaint, June 21, 2017
Dimitris Lempesis, “ART CITIES:N.York – Drew Shiflett,” dreamideamachine ART VIEW,  www.dreamideamachine.com, June, 2017
Alfred MacAdam, “Hot Potatoes: Abstraction Flourishes Underground In The Hamptons,” Artnews, www.artnews.com, July 23, 2016
Sydney A. Braat, “Crush Curatorial Highlights East End Abstract Artists With Amgansett Exhibition,” www.hamptons.com, July 3, 2016
Jennifer Landes, “Finding a Local Aesthetic in Abstraction – A strong linear and geometricapproach,” The East Hampton Star, June 16, 2016
Tamar Zinn, “A Glimpse of Bushwick:  Schema / TSA / Transmitter,” Tamar Zinn, March 2, 2015
April Koral, “‘Paper Reveries,’ a New Show at BMCC’s Fiterman Art Center,” Tribeca Trib Online,January. 2, 2015
Leah Ollman, “Thread Lines,” Exhibition Review, Art In America, December 2014
“Thread Lines At The Drawing Center,” Knotwe: The Hub For Fiber, Textiles, Surface Design,November 30, 2014, blog www.knotwe.com/thread-lines/
Karen Rosenberg, “Thread Lines,” The New York Times, October 17, 2014
Mark Segal, “Bartley and New Acquisitions Featured at Guild Hall,” The East Hampton Star, October 27, 2014
Janet Goleas, “Thread Lightly – Three Exhibitions Tied Together by One Idea,” Hamptons Art Hub, October 14, 2014, hamptonsarthub.com
Cyrilla Mozenter & Drew Shiflett, “On Working with Handmade Paper: A Conversation,”Hand Papermaking, Volume 28, Number 1 – Summer 2013
Elisa Decker, “Drew Shiflett at Lesley Heller,” Exhibition Review, Art In America, January, 2013
Denise Stewart-Sanabria, “East Tennessee Regional Update,” Number: 74, Memphis, Tennessee, Page 7, 2013
Peter Frank, “Haiku Review: Drew Shiflett,” The Huffington Post, October 5, 2012 – Download Webarchive
Amy McRary, “Pushing the Form: New exhibit goes beyond the line,” September, 22, 2012, www.knoxville.com
Tobi Elkin, “Lesley Heller Workspace on 54 Orchard Street,” Gallery Goer: LES Opening Night Edition –
The Lo-Down: News from the Lower East Side, September 6, 2012, www.thelodownny.com
James Panero, “An Improv of Color And Threads of Hope,” The Wall Street Journal, June 23 – 24, 2012
Holland Cotter, “The Latest Vibe Moved to Brooklyn,” The New York Times, June 8, 2012
Philip Turner, “Bushwick Open Studios, June 2 – Shared Blog Post by Kyle Gallup & Philip Turner,” The Great Gray Bridge, June 2, 2012
Janet Goleas, “An Identity With the Process,” The East Hampton Star, November 10, 2011
Jennifer Landes, “The Art Scene – Student Curators at Ross,” The East Hampton Star, May 19, 2011
Kofi Forson, “Whitehot / November 2010, Interviews Jill Conner on Core and Mantle,” Whitehot Magazine, November, 2010
Elise D’Haene, “The Art Scene – Two Exhibits At Drawing Room,” The East Hampton Star, April 15, 2010
Eric Ernst, “A Philosophical Thread Tying Two Styles Together,” The East Hampton Press& The Southampton Press, February 16 & 18, 2010
Christopher Hart Chambers, “Ruminations in Paper – Drew Shiflett at Lesley Heller Gallery In New York,” Dart International, Volume 12, Number 1, Spring/Summer 2009
Jennifer Landes, “Artists Do Still Live Here,” The East Hampton Star, May 14, 2009
Elise D’Haene, “The Art Scene – Top Honors For Drew Shiflett,” The East Hampton Star, May 7, 2009
Pat Rogers, “A Show That’s Fun and Exciting,” The Southampton Press, April 30, 2009
Pat Rogers, “350 Artist Members All Under One Roof,” The Easthampton Press, April 29, 2009
Sharon Butler, “Drew Shiflett:  The Raw Transformative Power of Obsession,” January 14, 2009, www.twocoatsofpaint.blogspot.com
Ariella Budick, “A Whiter Shade of Pale Suggesting Angels, DNA,” Newsday, July 20, 2007
Karen Searle, “Plane & Form at Minnesota Center for Book Arts,” Hand Papermaking, Volume 21,Number 1, Summer 2006
Jill Conner, “CustomFit,” Contemporary, Issue no. 52, 2003
Phoebe Mitchell, “Hampden Gallery Abstracts Invite Viewers Within,” Hampshire Gazette</em, May 1, 2003
Rachel Youens, “In Review – Sculpture at Flipside,” Arts, Volume 1, Number 4, Summer 2001
Holland Cotter, “Sculpture,” The New York Times, May 11 & 18, 2001
Ken Johnson, “Invented Spaces,” The New York Times, January 19 & 26, 2001
Tom Patterson, “New York Explorers,” Winston-Salem Journal, March 21, 1999
Tom Patterson, “All That Jazz,” Winston-Salem Journal, March 7, 1999
Chris Lee, “Film & Video,” Waterfront Week, Volume 8.10, May 21 – June 3, 1998
Annie Herron, “Fresh Perspectives,” Review, Volume 2, Number 12, March 15, 1997
Helen A. Harrison, “Artists Who Make Work Out of Play,” The New York Times,  January 7, 1996
Tom Moody, “Critical Mass,” Art Papers, July/August issue, 1995
Charles Dee Mitchell, “‘Critical Mass’:  More Than Meets The Eye,” The Dallas Morning News, February 3, 1995
Shawn Hill, “Nature’s Ordeal,” Bay Windows, November 17, 1994
William Zimmer,  “Sculpture at Two Displays In Wayne, The New York Times, December 5, 1993
Eileen Watkins, Review, The Star Ledger, December 5, 1993
Holland Cotter, “Willie Birch,” The New York Times, September 24, 1993
Grace Glueck, “Update 1984-85,” The New York Times, June 21, 1985
Marilu Knode, “Art News – 22 Wooster Gallery Featured a Group Show Entitled ‘Rhythm and Form’,” Manhattan Arts, Volume 11, Number 2, Feb. 1, 1984, New York, NY

ESSAYS
“On and Beyond The Grid (Drew Shiflett and Christoph Radke),” essay and introductory speech by Mark Gisbourne for the opening of Drew Shiflett, Christoph Radke – On and Beyond The Grid, Kunststiftung K52, Berlin, Germany, January 22, 2016
“Collection Insights:  Recent Acquisitions,” essay by Janet Goleas for Collection Insights:  Recent Acquisitions exhibition at the Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York, 2007
“Collection Insights:  Drew Shiflett On Linear Thinking,” essay by Janet Goleas for Collection Insights:  Drew Shiflett exhibition at the Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York, 2004
“Work in Process,” essay by Kristen Frederickson PhD, for brochure for Work in Process exhibition at Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, New York City, 2003
“Making It Up,” essay by curators David Finn and Victor Faccinto for brochure for Making It Up exhibition at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1999
“Correct Me If I’m Wrong,” essay by Barry Schwabsky for brochure for White Out exhibition at   Workspace, New York City, 1997

CATALOGUES
On Repeat/Curated by Raphael Rubinstein, essay by Raphael Rubinstein, December 2017, Clarke & Associates, Houston, Texas
Drew Shiflett: Paper and Canvas—Constructed Drawings, “Eccentric Modularity” essay by Raphael Rubinstein, 2017, Lesley Heller Workspace, New York City
Drawing Papers 118 – Thread Lines, essay by Joanna Kleinberg Romanow, 2014, The Drawing Center, New York City
Time Frames Marking Time, essay by Elisa Decker and Barbara Lubliner, 2014, Westbeth Gallery, New York City
Skin, essay by Suejin Jo, 2013, The Painting Center, New York City
9th Annual Benefit Auction for The Drawing Center – Preview Catalogue, introduction by Brett Littman, Executive Director, 2012, The Drawing Center, New York City
Pencil Pushed – Exploring Process and Boundaries in Drawing, essay by Barbara MacAdam, 2012, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Drew Shiflett – Constructed Drawings, “Drew Shiflett: Line Readings” essay by Nancy Princenthal, 2011, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York
Beautiful Dreamer, essay by David Gibson, 2005, SPACES, Cleveland, Ohio
Six Outdoor Projects At LIU, essay by Matt Freedman, 2005, Long Island University, Brooklyn,  New York
Art On Paper 2004, introduction by Ron Platt, 2004, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina At Greensboro
ArteNavas 2003, Feria De Artes Visuales, July 24 – August 6, 2003, Colegio Publico Vicente Aleixandre, Las Navas Del Marques (Avila)
Momenta Art Exhibitions 1995 Through 1999, introduction by Eric Heist/Laura Parnes, essay by Bill Arning, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, New York
Domain, essay by Karen Shaw, 1998, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
MMC Gallery Exhibitions 1995-1996, essay by Karen L. Harris, 1996, Marymount Manhattan College, New York City
In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the ’90s, introduction by Olivia Georgia, essayby Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, 1996 , Snug Harbor Cultural Center’s Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art and the Women’s Caucus for Art/NYC Chapter, Staten Island, New York
Creation/Recreation, essay by Karen Shaw, 1995, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
Beyond Circumstance, introduction by James Acevedo, essay by Margaret McInroe, 1995, Hunter College of The City University of New York, New York City
Critical Mass, essay by Charles Long, 1994, Dallas Artists Research and Exhibition at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
The InterArt Center 1991-1994, introduction by Birgit Spears, 1994, The InterArt Center,  New York City
1993 Sculpture & Crafts, Regional Visual Arts Fellowships, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, National Endowment For The Arts, edited by Katie McCoy Chang, 1994, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland
Idio Cognito, essay by Nancy Princenthal, 1993, New York City
Drew Shiflett, essay by Kathleen Cullen, 1993, New York City
White Columns Update 1989-1990, introduction by Bill Arning, 1990, White Columns, New York City
White Columns Update 84-85, introduction by Thomas B. Solomon, 1985, White Columns, New York City
Sacred Artifacts, Objects of Devotion, essay by Kenneth S. Friedman, 1982, Alternative Museum, New York City
The 1978 Maryland Biennial Exhibition, introduction by Tom L. Freudenheim, 1978, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
The 1976 Maryland Biennial Exhibition, introduction by Tom L. Freudenheim, 1976, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

BOOKS
Who’s Who in American Art 30th Edition, Copyright 2010, Marquis Who’s Who LLC
560 Broadway:  A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006, a list of the more than 1,800 drawings that Sally and Wynn Kramarsky have donated to museums and other institutions, editor – Elizabeth Finch, published by Yale University Press, 2008, New Haven, Connecticut
The Private Arts, edited by D. R. Heiniger and Ken Saunders, published by Private Arts Press, 1994, Chicago, Illinois
Privates, edited by D. R. Heiniger and Ken Saunders, published by Private Lives Press, 1984, Chicago, Illinois