1986 Los Modelos de la Alfareria de Agost, una coleccion de dibujos por Marcia Selsor Museo de Alfareria, Agost/Alicante Spain
Chapters in Books
1989 “Clay-mixing Traditions in Agost, Spain”. In Current Research on Ceramic Materials. C.Kolb (Editor).
British Archaeological Reports Series 513 Oxford. Pp 155-174. and Mossman
1988 “Three-story Kiln of Agost” Ceramics Ecology Revisited. 1987: The Technology and Socioeconomics of
Pottery. Kolb and Lackey (Editors). British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International Series 436, Oxford.
Part 1, Chapter 3 pp. 57-87.
1988 “Traditional Functional Spanish Pottery”, in A Pot for All Reasons, Ceramic Ecology Revisited.C. Kolb and
L. Lackey (Editors) Kirkpatrick (General Editor). A Special Publication of Ceramica de Cultural Maya et al.
Laboratory of Anthropology, Temple University Press, Philadelphia (and Mossman).
1978 “Adapting Fuel Oil Burners to Ceramic Kilns”. In chapter on Alternative Fuels, The Studio Potter Book, The
Daniel Clark Foundation, Goffstown, NH. (and Mannino)
Bibliography; Selsor’s Artwork featured:
2018 Making and Using Molds & Templates. "Over the Hump: Creating and Using Oval Drape Molds" The American Ceramics Society, Westerville, Ohio.pp 7-10
2013 Gault, Rosette. Paper Clay; the Art and Practice. University of Pennsylvania Press
2011 Romberg, Jim. “500 Raku” Jim Romberg. Lark Books
2010 Jacobson, Mel. Twenty-first Century Kilns.
2009 Branfman, Steven. Mastering Raku, p 115 Lark Books
2004 Advanced Raku Techniques; Ed. Bill Jones “Under a Bigger Sky; Montana’s Marcia Selsor” by Louana
Lackey. pp. 10-13 The American Ceramics Society, Westerville, Ohio.
2004 Bailey, Michael. Oriental Glazes. A & C Black. London and University of Pennsylvania Press.
2002 Clayart Cooks, Crown Printing Press.
2004 Watkins, James and Wandless, Paul Andrew. Alternative Firing Methods Lark Books
2001 Branfman, Steven. Raku; A Practical Approach. 2nd Ed. Krause Press
2000 Baird, Darryl. The Extruder Book . American Ceramics Society Westerville, Ohio.
Magazines, Websites, Journals
2018 Vivas, Antonio. "Marcia Selsor, Obvara Raku and Foil Saggar Firing" Revista Internacional Ceramica. Num. 147 pp142-146
2015 Chassier, Janet. "Obvara". Ceramics TECHNICAL, No. 40, 2015
2012 “Women’s Work”, Photo of piece on the front page of community section Brownsville Herald Jan.14,
2010 “Red Bronze” Tried and True Raku Recipes, Ceramic Arts Daily.
2010 “Tar Paper Forms” Slab Roller Techniques and Tips, Ceramic Arts Daily, P. 7-9
2010 “Right Angle Jig” Slab Roller Techniques and Tips, Ceramic Arts Daily, P 10-11,
2009 “Tar Paper Molds”, Pottery Making Illustrated, Jan /Feb. pp 29-31
2006 “Marcia Selsor; Ceramic Artist” The Montana Arts and Culture Magazine Nov. 06
2005 La Meridiana, “The International Center for Ceramic Arts in Tuscany”. Ceramics Monthly, April,
2004 Antonio Vivas. "American Ceramics" Num. 135 Revista Ceramicas Internacional.Spain
2004 "Contemporary American Ceramics", Revista Ceramica 83, num. 135
2002 “Remembering 9/11; Bray Installs Sculpture to Honor Those Who Died in New York, Washington D.C. and
Pennsylvania Last Year” by Lori Carey, The Independent Record, Helena, MT.
2001 Beach, Polly. “Banff, A Place to Replenish the Soul” in Clay Times. May/June.
1998 Ratliff, C.J. “Clayarters International”. Ceramics Monthly March 1998.
1997 Lackey, Louana. “Under a Bigger Sky; Montana’s Marcia Selsor” in Ceramics Monthly, May, Volume 45, Number 5.
1996 Hot Sites on the Web.USA Today USA Today.com/life/cyber/cho730.htm used an image of work from Selsor’s personal page on
Artscape at http://www.ArtScape.com.selsor
1992 Barnes, David. “Marcia Selsor” Up Front, Ceramics Monthly, Feb. 1992
1992 Tashkent, Uzbek Daily Newspaper, Sept. 17, 1992.
1992 “Professor endures hardship to see dome in Uzbekistan”. Billings Gazette, November 5, 1992
1992 “Selsor Returns to Tell Stories of Her Experiences.” The Retort, Oct. 28.
1992 “Selsor Brings Asian Art Experiences Back to Classroom”. Connections, Fall.
1992 A Soviet Reunion. American Craft , February/March.
Plus numerous exhibition catalogs
Peer-Reviewed Authored Articles
2016 "Full-Fire Reduction Faience" Pottery Making Illustrated, July/August pp12-14
2014 “Obvara-Style Raku”, Pottery Making Illustrated, August/September
2011 “Political Social Commentary in Ceramic Art” Voices in Art. Volume 17 Issue 1
2009 “Right Angle Jig”. Ceramic Sculpture; Inspiring Techniques. Anderson Turner, Editor.
The American Ceramics Society, Westerville, Ohio
2009 “Tar Paper Molds”. Pottery Making Illustrated, Jan /Feb. 2009
2008 “Over the Hump”. Pottery Making Illustrated, May/June 2008
2008 “Right Angle Jig”. Pottery Making Illustrate, Jan/Feb 2008
2005 “La Meridiana, International Center for Ceramic Arts”. Ceramics Monthly May
2004 “Ceramic Architecture; Traditions and New Approaches”. NCECA Journal
2003 “Italian Ceramic Sculptors: Lee Babel and Alessio Tasca”. Studio Potter Network Newsletter Volume 15, Number 2
2003 “Architectural Ceramics Workshop in Italy”, Pottery Making Illustrated, Nov/Dec
2003 Tile a Fireplace Surround, Pottery Making Illustrated. Sept/Oct
2002 How to Build a Bird Bath, Pottery Making Illustrated, Nov/Dec
2001 An Adventure in Tuscany, Studio Potter Network Newsletter, Spring
1995 Fulbright in Uzbekistan, Studio Potter . Volume 23, Number 2.
1996 Japanese Women Ceramists; A Report on the Panel. NCECA Journal 1995-96 (with Nagashima )
1992 International Ceramic Symposium in Tashkent Uzbekistan, Studio Potter Volume 21, Number 2.
1991 "Los Hornos Arabesque", P. 77 Issue 41 Revista Ceramica, Spain
1989 Spanish Folk Pottery, Part 2: Agost, A Traditional Spanish Pottery Village Ceramics Monthly. May.
1988 Events in Studio Learning; A Report on the Panel NCECA Journal. Volume 9, Number 1, East Meets West.
1987 Social Commentary in NCECA Journal. Volume 8, Number 2, Ceramics in the Art World.
1987 Ceramics in the New Wing of the Everson Museum in NCECA Journal. Volume 8, Number 1.
1987 Two American Potters in Spain;Lucy Breslin and Marcia Selsor. Women Artist’s News Volume 12,Number 1, Feb./Mar. p.14
1985 Saint Louis Terra Cotta. NCECA Newsletter, Fall,Volume 9, Number 2. Pp. 12-13
1984 Ceramic Art History. SIG Report NCECA Newsletter, Winter, Volume 8, Number 3.pp.10-11
1984 A Visit to Agost. NCECA Newsletter, Spring, Volume 7, Number 4. pp. 22-23 (and Mossman and Schutz)
1983 Potters of Agost. Crafts International, Oct./Dec. 1983 pp. 27-28 (and Mossman and Schutz).
1983 Rammed Earth Studio. Ceramics Monthly, May. Pp.56-58
1979 Billings. Crafts Range Magazine, Nov./Dec., p.16
1978 The Archie Bray Foundation. Crafts Range Magazine, Nov./Dec. pp 22-23
1975 Feathered Slip Trailing. Ceramics Monthly, Sept. pp 43-45 (and Mannino)
1974 Adapting Fuel Oil Burners to Ceramic Kilns. Studio Potter Magazine Summer pp. 44-45. (and Mannino)
2007 “Tiles from Both Ends of the 14th Century Islamic Empire.” National Council on Education
of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Journal XXVII
2001 Why Do We Make Pots Or Anything Else of Clay In The Last Quarter of the Twentieth Century?
Panel on Some Answers for Michael Cardew NCECA Journal 2000 Volume 21 Higher Ground
1997 Single Firing: Why Once Is Not Enough; an Historical Explanation of the Development of Multiple Firing
Techniques Guilty Pleasures. NCECA Journal 1997-98 Volume 18
1990 The Potters of Agost in Southeastern Spain from Fulbright Session: The Cross-cultural Experience, NCECA
Journal, Volume 10, Number 1.
1988 Three-story Kiln of Agost Ceramics Ecology Revisited. 1987: The Technology and Socioeconomics of Pottery. Kolb and Lackey
(Editors). British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International Series 436, Oxford. Part 1, Chapter 3
Article in Studio Potter described converting household deisel burners with three nozzles to control BTU output. The nozzles could be run individually or in any combination. This is from the original article printed in the second issue of Studio Potter in 1974. This was reprinted in the Studio Potter Book 1978.