Allen, Gwen. “Against Criticism: The Artist Interview in Avalanche Magazine, 1970-1976.” Art Journal 64, 3 (Fall 2005): 50-61.

—. Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011.

—. “In on the Ground Floor: Avalanche and the Soho Art Scene, 1970-1976.” Artforum International 44, 3 (November 2005): 214-221.

Ballmer, Amy. “In the Words of the Artist.” Art Documentation 30, 1 (Spring 2011): 21-26. Errata: Page 21 of the article states “A few months after the meeting, Béar had relocated to New York, and she and Sharp founded Avalanche.” This statement misconstrues the timeline of Avalanche’s founding. Sharp and Béar decided to work on a magazine together during their second meeting, also in November 1968.

Béar, Liza and Christophe Cherix, edited by IatrouMorgan. “Avalanche: The Possibility of Impossibility: Liza Béar in conversation with Christophe Cherix, MoMA,” Vimeo, 18:45, posted by Specific Object, 2011.

Béar, Liza and Hans Haacke. “Artist in Residence: Liza Béar and Hans Haacke on Willoughby Sharp (1936-2008).” Artforum International 47, 7 (March 2009): 57-60.

Béar, Liza. “The Business of Art: An Interview with Liza Béar by Mary Ann Miller” NYFA Current , June 30, 2010.

Béar, Liza and Willoughby Sharp, The Early History of Avalanche (London: Chelsea Space, 2005).

Sharp, Pamela Seymour Smith. Willoughby Sharp: Guest-Curating, “Earth Art,” Silent Film, and Avalanche, “Earth Art 1969,” Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.

Wetzler, Rachel. “Send/Receive: Liza Bear and Willoughby Sharp after Avalanche,” Rhizome Journal, Nov. 29, 2012.