Hyperallergic A Crowd-Sourced Archive of Ocean Plastic by Sarah Rose Sharp

Burnaway Reader 2020: Laws of Salvage  In Conversation with Pam Longobardi by Elizabeth Giddens

Otherwise Magazine Leverkusin by Anand Pandian

Framing the Ocean: 1700 to the Present Plastic As Shadow: The Toxicity of Objects by Pam Longobardi

Fierce Hazel Pam Longobardi:  Coastal Trash Hero by Senta Scarborough

CONTRAST:  China/US Painting Exhibition Catalog

Art511 Harbingers and Oracles by Terra Keck

Oceanic Global Pam Longobardi interview by Carola Dixon

Gyre:  The Plastic Ocean  Wilderness and Invasion:  Plastic Place-markers of the Anthropocene by Pam Longobardi

C4 Leading Lady Interview by Chelsea Steverson

Drain Magazine  The Ocean Gleaner:  Feature Artist Interview  by Celina Jeffery

Hyperallergic One Artists Quest to Turn Beach Plastic into Art by Ben Valentine

Sculpture Magazine Terrible Beauty:  A Conversation With Pam Longobardi  by Sally Hansel PDF download

SIERRA Magazine Look. Look Again. Do Something. commission for cover,  Spout:  The Finer Side of Flotsam by Steve Hawk and Can Art Schools Save the Planet? by Amy Westervelt

TIME Magazine World Ocean Day:  13 Artists by Marisa Gertz

VOGUE Magazine People are Talking About: American Beauty by Kate Guadagnino

Wall Street Journal The State of  ‘State of the Art’ by Peter Plagens

Art Desk A Relational Existence by Pam Grout

Emerging Infectious Diseases Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach by Byron Breedlove

JStor Daily Artists Respond to Plastic Pollution by Ellen Caldwell

Emory University CDC Plastic GYRE Symposium 

National Geographic NewsWatch The Mirror of Armila by Pam Longobardi and Carl Safina

National Geographic Magazine NEXT: Current Work by Margaret G. Zackowitz

National Geographic Film GYRE: Creating Art from the Plastic Ocean by Dudes on Media

National Geographic Newswatch Filmmakers Document the Weirdness of Marine Garbage on GYRE Expedition by Brian Clark Howard

New American Paintings GYRE: The Plastic Ocean at Anchorage Museum by Ellen Caldwell

Art in America Pam Longobardi by Stephanie Cash

Smithsonian Magazine Artists Join Scientists on an Expedition to Collect Marine Debris by Vicky Gan

University of Minnesota Press Exposed:  Environmental Politics + Pleasures in Posthuman Times by Stacy Alaimo

UNC Asheville Pam Longobardi and the Age of Plastic

City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs Artist Spotlight Interview by Iman Person

ArtsATL   Seductive Warnings on Murder by Plastic by Dinah McClintock

ArtsATL Longobardi Uses Art to Seduce Viewers to Awareness of Ocean Crisis by Stephanie Cash

Burnaway  Pam Longobardi Confronts the Anthropocene by Tom Berlangero

Podcast with Ocean Allison  Plastic Pollution Artist + Activist by Allison Randolph

Burnaway Shows Tackle Eco-Abuse by Amanda Arnold

Eidé Magazine  The Savant Issue ‘Portrait in Plastic’ by Jessica Hough

SciArt in America Functional Art and Water Science by West Marrin

NPR / WABE Using Beauty as a Weapon Atlanta Artist Wins $50,000 Prize by Catherine Mullins

MotherNatureNetwork Plastic Collecting Artist Wins Prestigious $50,000 Prize by Laura Moss

Got2BeGreen Material Drift: Well-traveled Exhibition Comes Home to Atlanta by Amanda Sandos

Hudgens Center for the Arts http://thehudgens.org/the-hudgens-prize/2013-hudgens-prize-winner/

Radio Interview on ARTSPEAK  http://burnaway.org/artspeak-pam-longobardis-drifters-project/

MOM Culture  Pam Longobardi -Artist by Lenore Moritz

Harmony  Flotsam & Jetsam by Deborah Moss

Mapping the Marvelous   OCEANOMANIA book, Mark Dion project Monaco  by Marion Endt-Jones

Feature article DRAIN magazine Supernature 
Convergence Zone:  The Aesthetics and Politics of the Ocean in Contemporary Art and Photography by Abigail Susik

Article in Fiber Arts
Creative Flow:  Three Activist Artists by Sally Hansell

PROLIFIC magazine profile  Seeing What Others Don’t  by Ryan Keane

M/E/A/N/I/N/G  The Stranger by Pam Longobardi

Drift Surfing  Fragile Beauty by Rebecca Godson

Coastal Living  We Salute Coastal Hero Pam Longobardi by Sarah Latta

Catalog essay for Berlin SAVVY Contemporary exhibition
The Social Life of Pam Longobardi’s Drifters Project by Joey Orr