- The New York Times, The Cups Runneth Over. Page A29. February 13, 2004.
- USA Today Web Guide, The BraBall. September 24, 2003.
- East Bay Express (Berkeley), week of September 10-16, 2003.
Bottom Feeder column, by Will Harper.
- SF Gate (San Francisco),
ePicks, week of August 21-27, 2003, by Jan Richmond.
- The Foundation Center (San Francisco), June, 2003. Arts Month
Interviews (interview with Emily Duffy).
- Lifetime Magazine,
May/June, 2003. "Bent out of shape," by Jessica Seigel.
- Art Access (Seattle),
April, 2003. "Doing It For Themselves," by Molly Jane Rhodes.
- The Examiner (San Francisco), November 28, 2002. "Having a ball
with bras," by Nina Wu.
- Berkeley Daily Planet, September 26, 2002. "For the Love
of Dressing Up Cars," by Kim Melton.
- East Bay Express, September 25, 2002. "Getting the Show on the Road," by
- Spotlight Health, March, 2002. "Betsey Johnson
fashions fight against breast cancer / Support that fits," by
Rachel Evans-Biermann, with medical adviser Stephen A. Shoop, M.D.
- Picklebird (Los Angeles), March 7, 2002. "Interview with
Emily Duffy - A Story of Support (Duffy vs. Nicolino),"
by Edith Abeyta.
- San Francisco Chronicle, January 29, 2002. "Vulva sculpture under cover,"
by Jesse Hamlin.
- Parade Magazine,
December 30, 2001. "The Best & Worst of Everything" ("Best Supporting
Women's Press (Hot Flash), December 4, 2001. "Give new meaning to your old
underwear," by Jennifer Thaney.
- San Francisco Chronicle, October 13, 2001. Column by Josh Sens.
Habitat, October 12, 2001. "An Uplifting Tale," by Lora Hart.
- Ms. Magazine,
August/September, 2001 ("What?").
By Jennifer Block.
- Der Spiegel (Germany), July 7, 2001.
"Big Balls," by Alexander Osang.
- Oakland Tribune,
June 29, 2001. "Berkeley artist creates 700-pound ball of bras to 'demystify'
the bra," by Rory Laverty. (online archive unavailable)
- People Magazine,
June 18, 2001. "Bra Brouhaha."
- Metro (Silicon Valley/Santa Cruz, CA), May 31-June 6, 2001.
"BraBall Brawl," by Sarah Phelan.
- National Post (Toronto), May 29, 2001. "U.S. artists
dispute claim to booby prize," by Joseph Brean.
- The Times (England), May 29, 2001. "Legal bust-up over a
second front for art," by Grace Bradberry.
- San Francisco Chronicle, May 27, 2001. "Bay Area artists battle over giant
bra balls," by Margie Mason (Associated Press). (article also appeared
in many other publications)
- The Daily Herald
(suburban Chicago) May 15, 2001. "BraBall gives new life to feminist
movement," by Deborah Barron (Medill News Service). (online archive
- Nervy Girl!
("the thinking woman's magazine"), May/June, 2001. "BraBall: An Uplifting
Story," by Lisa Cannon. (print edition)
- Diablo Magazine
(Contra Costa County), May, 2001. "Emily Duffy is on a mission to make
a giant ball of bras...," by Peter Crooks. (print edition)
- Chicago Tribune, April 25, 2001. "Battle of the Bras,"
by Barbara Brotman.
- ABCNEWS.com, April 25, 2001. "Battle of the Giant BraBalls,"
by Buck Wolf (The Wolf Files).
- San Francisco Chronicle, April 20, 2001. "Artists clash as
"Big Giant Bra Ball' rolls into San Francisco," by Maitland Zane, Rona Marech.
- The Pioneer (California State
University at Hayward), April 19, 2001. "East Bay Artist's Cup Runneth Over As
Supporters Enter BraBall Fray," by Amy Doan. (print edition)
- Salon.com, April 18, 2001. "The saga of the Bra Ball," by Amy Benfer.
- Oakland Tribune,
March 23, 2001. "El Cerrito artist straps 2,200 bras into uplifting sculpture,"
by Angela Hill. (online archive unavailable)
- Contra Costa Times, March 23, 2001. "Brash art built with brassieres,"
by Karen Hershenson. (online archive unavailable without payment)
- East Bay Express,
March 16, 2001. "Presenting the BraBall," by Lisa Drostova. (online archive
- San Francisco Chronicle, March 16, 2001. "El Cerrito Artist's
BraBall Inspires a Show of Support," by Rona Marech.
- USA Today, March 16, 2001.
"'BraBall' dispute unhooks a creative collaboration. A one-of-a-kind
concept uplifts, then separates, a pair of Bay Area artists," by
Gregg Zoroya. (online archive unavailable without payment)
- San Francisco Chronicle, January 10, 2001. Leah Garchik's column,
following up on controversy.
- San Francisco Chronicle, October 30, 2000. Leah Garchik's column
that started it all.