2005 "Into The Fray" - The Eiteljorg Fellowship For Native American Fine Art, 2005; U Washington Press; pp. 58-69, by Aleta Ringlero.
2005 Deeper Than Gold: A Guide to Indian Life in the Sierra Foothills, Brian Bibby and Dugan Aguilar. Berkeley: Heyday Press.
2005 National Museum of the American Indian magazine (vol.6, No.1) “Harry Fonseca,” by Aleta Ringlero.
2005 Smithsonian, National Museum of the American Indian Magazine, Spring, 2005 "The Pioneering work of Harry Fonseca" by Aleta Ringlero
2004 American Indian Art magazine ( “Exhibition Review of Continuum12 Artists at the George Gustav Heye Center, Part 1 by Jo Ortel.
2003 Gold, Greed & Genocide: The Untold Tragedy of the California Gold Rush Classroom Activities and Discussion Guide
2002 "The Dirt is Red Here" Edited by Margaret Dubin, Heyday Books
2002 "Art Illuminates and connects cultural puzzle," by Susana Carey Wey, The Mountain Democrat, Aug. 9
2000 “The Strength that continues to go on for all of us” MUSEUM ANTHROPOLOGY: Journal of Anthropology, vol. 24, no. 2/3.
1999 Picturing California's Other Landscape: The Great Central Valley, edited by Heath Schenker, pp. 84-85
1998 "Without Reservation," by Suzan Shown Harjo, Native Peoples Magazine, pp. 50-55
1998 "Memorial to the Victims of Gold Rush Greed," by Jolene Thym, The Oakland Tribune, April 30
1998 "The Discovery of Gold in California," by Carey Caldwell, News from Native California, pp. 4-5
1998 "The Discovery of Gold in California," by Carey Caldwell, The Museum of California Magazine, pp. 27-29
1998 "The Discovery of Gold in California" brochure, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
1997 Memory and Imagination: The Legacy of Maidu Indian Artist Frank Day, Oakland Museum of California.
1997 The Magazine, Santa Fe, NM
1997 Leading the West, by Donald J. Hagerty, pp. 173-175
1996 "Earth, Wind and Fire" catalog, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, NM
1996 The Messenger, Fall-Winter, 1996-97, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Fonseca: Earth,Wind and Fire
1996 "Celebrating the Juice of Man," Pasatiempo, Nov. 8, 1996
1996 "Paintings Illustrate Historic Devastation," Albuquerque Journal, Nov. 10, 1996
1996 Chief Red Fox is Dead: A History of Native Americans since 1945, James J. Rawls. Orlando: Harcourt Brace & Co.
1995 Indian Humor, American Indian Contemporary Arts, pp. 42-43.
1990 "Vision and counterculture," by Frank Cebulski, Artweek, 11/1/90, pp. 15-16.
1990 News From Native California, Choice, by Frank LaPena
1989 "The Ubiquitous Coyote", by Daniel Gibson, The Santa Fean, April 1989, pp. 68-74,
1989 "Coyote is Alive and Still Kicking: An Interview with Harry Fonseca", by Pythia Peay, Emergence, Vol.II, No. 2, Spring 1989, pp. 9-18.
1989 "Fonseca focuses on process exhibit of art in 'Coyote'", by Karla Tipton, Showcase, Antelope Vallery Press, 11/24/89.
1989 "Emergence: Journal for Evolving Consciousness"
1988 "Dance of Coyote in blue jeans," by Jerome Tarshi, The Christian Science Monitor, March 2, 1988.
1988 "Networking from Sacreamento to Seattle," by Margaret Archuleta, Native Peoples, The Journal of The Heard Museum, Spring 1988, pp. 18-23.
1988 "Artist's Serious Message 'Softened by Humor'," by Kyle MacMillan, Sunday World-Herald, Omaha, Nebraska.
1988 "The Coyote's Howling Wit," Hank Burchard, The Washington Post, 12/30/88.
1988 "Coyote: Native American artist Harry Fonseca brings the mythic Coyote to life is (sic) his humorous works," Sunday World-Herald, Omaha, Nebraska.
1987 "Coyote and the Myth-Maker", by Abby Wasserman, The Museum of California, Vol. 11, No. 2
1987 "Contemporary Indian Art: A Stunning New Local Showcase, Image, San Francisco Examiner, 2/1/87
1987 "Drawing on the Power of Myth", by Victoria Dalkey, Encore, The Sacramento Bee, 11/8/87, pp.10-11.
1986 "Coyote: A Myth in the Making", by Margaret Archuleta, Native Vision, Vol.III, No. 5, p. 11.
1986 "Coyote: A Myth in the Making", by Margaret Archuleta, Terra, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 13-20.
1986 "Coyote, Coyote! The Trickster is both God's Dog and the scourge of the range," by Isabel Foreman, Impact, Albuquerque Journal Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 18, pp. 5-9.
1984 "Same Talents - New Visions; Modern American Indian Art", by Von Katrina Hartje, Amedian, News from Native America, Vol.12, No. 1-2/84.
1984 "Coyote", by Mark Bahti, Tucson Guide, pp. 70-71.
1982 "Courageous artists probe ideas and feelings, but manage to preserve a strong sense of heritage," by Barbara Perlman, Quantum Leap in Indian Art.
1982 "Poster artist paints Coyote visions," by John Armistead, Indian Market, The New Mexican
1982 "UNM poster wins prize", Albuquerque Journal.
1981 "Harry Fonseca," by Barbara Littlebird, Artist Profile, Four Winds/Winter, pp. 8-15.
1981 "Harry Fonseca: Caught up by Coyote and Rose," Artists of the Sun/Official Indian Market program/ Santa Fe Reporter 8/20 pp. 69-71.
1980 "The Painter and his Coyote," by Barbara and Harold Littlebird, Artists of the Sun, 8/14/80, p. 35.


2000 "The Powwow: An Art History" catalog, cover page
1998 Cover Ilustration, Native Peoples Magazine, May, June, July
1998 Cover Ilustration, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Program
1998 Cover Ilustration, Los Angeles Times Book Review, Sunday, January 25
1998 "Mimbres Trio" Poster Commission, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe, NM
1992 Calendar "Winds of Change" American Indian Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
1991 Book and Cover Illustrations: The Maidu Indian Myths and Stories of Hanc'ibyjim
1989 Poster for Lectures "Coyote Speaks: Contemporary Trends in Native American Literature", University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Postcard: Wheelwright Museum, "Christmas Celebration", Santa Fe, NM
Poster: New Mexico Mental Health Professional for Social Responsibility, Albuquerque, NM
Poster for Film Festival
1989 Poster for KVIE Art Auction, Sacramento, California
1989 Poster for 7th Annual Vintners' Festival "Coyote as Bacchus"
1989 Poster: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV "Coyote Speaks: . . ."
1988 Poster for Coyote Cafe, Indian Market Menu, Santa Fe, NM
1987 Poster for Coyote Cafe
1987 Logo for Coyote Cafe, Santa Fe, NM
1984 Cover Illustrations: Coyote Was Here, Edited by Bo Scholer
1983 Poster: Wheelwright Show, "In Search of Coyote: . . .", Santa Fe, NM
1982 Book and Cover Illustrations: Coyote's Journal
1982 Poster for University of New Mexico, "American Indian Image on Film", Albuquerque, NM
1981 Book and Cover Illustrations: Legends of the Yosemite Miwok, Yosemite Natural History Association Cover Illustrations: Coyote Cafe Cookbook