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International Alliance of Women in Music Journal, “Inventing Musical Instruments”, C. Brown (Invited article). Fall 2020 Issue.

Connect Savannah, Savannah, GA, “How to Speak Dinosaur” R. Flora. Jan. 4, 2017. Cover story.

The New York Times, New York, NY, “New-Music Festival in Chicago Offers the Complicated and the Compelling.” D. Allen. Mar. 1, 2016.

Quo, Science and Technology Magazine and Website, Spain, “Tú hablas dino?” (“Do you speak dino?”). Feb. 18, 2016.

ASU Now, Tempe, AZ, “ASU grad student receives prestigious international award.” K. Garboushian. Jan. 8, 2016.

Centrum Druki 3D, Polish 3D Printing website, “Druk 3D pozwolił odtworzyć dźwięki wydawane przez dinozaury“. (“3D printing helped recreate the sounds made by dinosaurs”). L. Dlugosz. Nov. 20, 2015.

3DPrint.com3D Printing website, “3D Printing (re)Produces 65 Million Year Old Mating Call”. H. R. Mendoza. Nov. 19, 2015.

ASU State Press,  Tempe, AZ, “ASU grad student builds dinosaur skull replica, bellowing roars and all”. I. Castillo. Nov. 16, 2015.

Here and Now, National Public Radio, Boston, MA. “Recreating Dinosaur Sounds With A Musical  Twist.” [Radio Broadcast] A. Cline (Producer and Narrator), Nov. 6, 2015.

The Show, KJZZ 91.5, National Public Radio Affiliate, Phoenix, AZ. “Dinosaur Song: ASU Student Travels To Perform With Dinosaur Skull.” [Radio Broadcast] In A. Cline (Producer), M. Brodie. (Narrator). Nov. 3, 2016.

ASU Now, Tempe, AZ. “ASU student builds dinosaur skull that allows people to re-create the  beast’s call; hear it below.” K. Garboushian. Oct. 21, 2015

Vue Weekly, Edmonton, AB. “Exhibiting Sound expands the idea of gallery art.” P. Blinov. Oct. 15, 2015.

Rzeczpospolita, Warsaw, Poland. “Ars Electronica – wizje i żarty.” (“Ars Electronica – Visions and    Jokes”) M. Kuc. Sep. 9, 2015.

Neues Volksblatt. Linz, Austria. Die Kunst, die nicht in die Jahre kommt (“The Art that does not come in the years”). Sep. 4, 2015. (Cached, since only last two weeks are available to non-subscribers)

Hispasonic, Fotograma Sonoro. Spanish language computer music website. “Experimentación con el universo sonoro a través de ocho obras contemporáneas. (“Experimentation with the universe of sound through contemporary works”). M. Isaza. Aug. 8, 2015.

Phoenix New Times. Phoenix, AZ. “Best Musical Paleontology (2012) Singing Hadrosaur.”

Phoenix New Times, Jackalope Ranch Blog, Phoenix, AZ. “Th [sic] Sense: No Class! Preps Us for Summer with Bodily Fluid Sketches Galore; Plus, More 7 Ate 9,  Saturday Only”. J. Peterson. May 18, 2012.             .

Phoenix New Times, Jackalope Ranch Blog, Phoenix, AZ. “John Cage Centennial Celebration Performances from 7 Ate 9 at Modified.” J. Peterson. Apr. 20, 2012.

ASU State Press, Tempe, AZ, “Dancers perform improv spectacle ‘7-Ate-9’.” N. Tillotson. Apr. 20, 2012.         .

Boston Globe, Boston, “Take 5” MA. J Anderman. Mar. 28, 2008.