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- Tarnished Silver: After the Photo Boom, Essays and Lectures 1979-1989
(New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1996). 27 essays and lectures. Introduction by educator, curator, and historian James L. Enyeart.
- Critical Focus: Photography in the International Image Community
(Munich: Nazraeli Press, 1995). Reviews and reportage, 1988-93. Introduction by critic, historian, and educator Bill Jay.
- A. D. Coleman: Writings on Photography, 1968-1995, A Bibliography
(Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, 2000) Edited by Nancy Solomon. 1350 entries, with fullbibliographic information and synopses of the texts.
Out of print:
- The Digital Evolution: Visual Communication in the Electronic Age -- Essays, Lectures and Interviews, 1967-1998
(Tucson: Nazraeli Press, 1998). Introduction by scholar and critic Hugh Kenner.
- Depth of Field: Essays on Photography, Mass Media, and Lens Culture
(Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998).
- Looking at Photographs: Animals
(San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995). A book for children 8-12 -- a primer on how to read photographs.
- The Photography A-V Program Directory
(New York: Photography Media Institute, 1980). With Patricia Grantz and Douglas I. Sheer. The first resource on photo-related A-V media in all formats.
- Light Readings: A Photography Critic's Writings, 1968-1978
(Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998). Second edition, revised and expanded. Introduction by critic, historian, and educator Shelley Rice.
- The Grotesque in Photography
(New York: Ridge Press/Summit Books, 1977). The only critical survey to date of this important mode of photography.
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