Book Designer. Illustrator. Printmaker. Educator.
Lecturer. Author. Essayist.

P.O. Box 81, North Hatfield, Massachusetts 01066

Irwin and Pauline Alper Glass Professor, Department of Art, Smith College.

October 15, 1940. Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Divorced from Kay Richmond. Three daughters: Cara b. 1963; Ramona b. 1965;  
Madeline b. 1972. Ten grand children as of spring 2017.

The Baylor School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1952–58.
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, 1958-1960.  
The University of Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee 1960-62.
        B.S., Art Education
University of Massachusetts, Graduate School, 1970.

    Doctor of Fine Arts, Westfield State College, Westfield, Massachusetts, 1999.
    Doctor of Humanities, Anna Maria College, Paxton, Massachusetts, 2001.
    Doctor of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts, 2002.
    Doctor of Fine Arts, Monserrat College of Art, Beverly, Massachusetts, 2010.


National Academy of Design, Associate Academician (ANA ’84).
National Academy of Design, Academician (NA 1994).
The Society of Printers, Boston.
The Society of Wood Engravers, London(Honorary).
The Author’s Guild, New York City.
The Society of Illustrators, New York City.
The American Printing History Association, Washington, D.C., New York City.


Founding Trustee, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, Massachusetts, 2001.
Advisory Board, The Southern Review, 2006—present.
Advisory Board Image: A Journal of Arts & Religion, 2007—present.
Honorary Advisory Board member, White Muzzle Fund, 2007—present.


5th & 6th Dixie Annuals." Montgomery, Alabama. 1964 & 1965.
Winston-Salem Annual.  Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 1965.
22nd American Drawing Biennial. Norfolk,Virginia. 1966.
Second Cape Cod Annual. Barnstable, Massachusetts. 1971.
Boston Printmakers. Brandeis University. Waltham, Massachusetts. 1972.
31rst Berkshire Museum Show. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 1972.
Los Angeles National Print Show. Otis Art Institute. 1974.    
New Hampshire International Print Exhibition. 1974.
15th Annual Bradley Print Show. Bradley University. Peoria, Illinois. 1974.
Library of Congress National Print Exhibition. Washington, DC. 1975.
Printmaking West. Utah State University. Logan, Utah. 1975.
Krakow Invitational. Krakow, Poland. 1975.
Modern Greek Typography. Wellesley College Library.  Wellesley, Massachusetts. 1976.
History of the Printed Books. San Francisco Public Library.  San Francisco, California. 1976. 
Recent Acquisitions. Houghton Library. Harvard College. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1976.
4th International Exhibit of Botanical Art. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1977-1978.
Calligraphy.  Past & Present. George Walter Vincent Smith Museum. Springfield, Massachusetts. 1979.
Printers’ Choice. The Grolier Club. New York City. 1979.
Private Presses. The Book as Art. Liberty Gallery,  Louisville, Kentucky.
American Printmakers as Illustrators.  Pratt Institute. New York City. 1979.
Seventy From the Seventies. New York Public Library. New York City. 1980.
50 Books of the Year.  American Institute of Graphic Arts.  N.Y.C. 1981-1986.
Visage d’Alice. Centre National d’art et de culture. Georges Pompidou, Paris. 1983.
Bratislava (Czechoslovakia)  International. 1988. 1990. &  1991.
Design USA.  Moscow. Leningrad.  et al. 1990.
New York Public Library.  Best of the Decade. 1990.
Chapin Library.  Williams College.  FourCenturies of Children’s Books. 1991.
Beineke Library.  Yale University.  “Read Me a Story - Show Me a Book.”  1991.
125 Years of Alice.  The British Museum.  London.  1991-1992.
National Gallery of Art.  Study Center.  Washington, D.C.  1992.
Printed Responses to the Written Word.  Cooper Union.  New York, NY. 1992.
Society of Illustrators.  New York, NY.  1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999.
Annual Childrens Book Illustration Show, Michelson Gallery, Northampton, MA, annually 1993–2005.
The Art of Enchantment. Norman Rockwell Museum. Stockbridge, MA. 1995.
Children’s Literature Hawai’i.  Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu Hawai’i. 1996.
Windows on Enchantment: Children’s Book Illustrations. 1996.
The Chrysler Museum of Art. Myth, Magic, and Mystery. Norfolk, Virginia. 1996.
SPEAK! Children’s Museum. Chicago, Illinois. 1996.
SPEAK! Children’s Museum. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1996.
SPEAK! Children’s Museum. Austin, Texas. 1996.
SPEAK! The Dog Museum. St. Louis, Missouri. 1996.
HonoringWords: The Art of Book Design. Greenwich, CT. 1996.
Picturing Childhood: Illustrated Children’s Books from University of California Collections, 1550-1990,
      UCLA Armand Hammer Museum of Art. 1997.
Oppression: Images of Intolerance; William Blizzard Gallwry, Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts, 2001.
“Literary Dogs,” Sewickley Public Library, Sewickley, Pa., 2001
“What’s Under the Bed? Monsters in Children’s Book Illustration;” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 2001.
“The Art of the Book,” Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 2001.
“The Art of the Book,” Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, 2002.
“Typographically Speaking,” Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery, University of Maryland Baltimore County,
     Baltimore, Maryland, 2002.
American Botanical Prints of Two Centuries, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation; Carnegie Mellon University;
      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; 2003.
Illustration: Personal Reponses in a public World; University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, Eau Claire, Wisconsin,
      January 23 to February 13, 2003.
178th Annual Exhibit, National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 2003.
“Brave New World,” Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ, 2003.
Smith College Faculty show, Northampton, MA, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008.
“Porole di Legno,” Museo Luigi Mallè,  Biblioteca del Centro Sperimentale per le Arti Contemporanee, Dronero, Italy, 2004.
“The Original Art 2004: Celebrating the Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration,” Museum of American Illustration at the
      Society of Illustrators, New York, NY. 2004.
“Myrtle Beach Collects,” Franklin G. Burroughs • Simon B. Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach, SC, January 2005.
“EX LIBRIS Artists’ Books,” Special Collections and Archives, Florida Atlantic University Libraries, Boca Raton, FL, 2005.
“Illustrating Connecticut,” Burt Chernow Galleries, Housatonic Community College, Bridgeport, CT, 2008.
“MR50: Celebrating Fifty Years of Covers,” Massachusetts Review; University Gallery, Fine Arts Center,
      University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA; 2009.
Society of Wood Engravers, 72 Annual Exhibition, Bankside Gallery, Oxford, England 2009.
Society of Illustrators, New York City, NY. 2009.
“Multiple x Multiple,” University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. 2009.
“Alice in Pictureland,” Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, 2009.
Massachusetts Review: 50Years of Covers; University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 2009.
“Fairy Tale Art, Illustrations from Children’s Books,” Muscatine Art Center, Muscatine, Iowa; 2009.
Everhart Museum, Scranton, Pennsylvania; 2009.
Queens Library Gallery, Jamaica, New York; 2009.
Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas; 2009.
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama; 2010.
ArnotArt Museum, Elmira, NY 2009.
Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, VA, 2010.
City of Lake Charles Museum, Lake Charles, LA, 2010.
Ringling School of Art & Design, Selby Gallery, Sarasota, FL, 2010.
“Mark Twain and Huckleberry Finn,” Vassar College Library, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. 2010.
Society of Wood Engravers 72nd Annual Exhibition, Art Jericho Gallery, Oxford, England. 2010.
National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland. 2010.
“The King James Bible,” Rare Book Room, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. 2011.
Annual Illustrator’s Exhibition, Michelson Gallery, Northampton, MA. 2011, 2012, 2013.
“Matthew Carter: The Most Widely Read man in the World;” Kades Kaden, Rubenslei, Antwerp, Belgium, 2011.
“Out of This World: Science Fiction but not as you know it.” The British Library, London, 2011.
“The Spirit of Prophecy,” St James Cathedral, Seattle, WA. 2011–2012.
“On the Weight of Words,” New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors, (with John (Fud) Benson), 
       Santa Fe, NM. 2012.
“Cat Lover Speaks,” Book Arts Gallery. Smith College, Northampton, MA. 2012.
“Illustrators of Poe,” Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, PA, 2012.
“In the Guise of the Brush: The Italian Chiaroscuro Woodcut,” Mt Holyoke Museum of Art, South Hadley, MA, 2013.
“Imagined Cartographies,” Casa del Lector, Madrid, Spain, March 2013.
“Picturing Poe,” Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, October-November, 2012.
“The Magnificent Splendor of Trees,” Cahoon Museum of Armerican Art, Cotuit, MA, Feb 1–March 24, 2013.
“Between the Lines,” in conjunction with the Key West Literary Seminar, Lucky St. Gallery, Key West, FL, January 2013.
“Beauties and Beasties in Children’s Book Illustrations,”Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY, spring, 2013.
“Frankenstein,” Bakken Museum, Minneapolis, MN, fall 2013.
“Aspects of Alice - From Tenniell to Burton, “ Gastonia, NC. (traveling), 2013 - 2018.
“Barry Moser, Engravings,” Downtown Books, Asheville, NC, 2013.
“ The Book Arts; The Creative Art of the Book,” Graphicas Gallery, Nantucket, MA, 2013.
“The Ingternational Wood Engraving Invitational 2013-2014,” Davidson Gallery, Seattle, WA, 2013–2014.
“A Wood Engravers’ Menagerie,” Zygote Press, Cleveland, OH, January 2014.
“Book as Art: Artist’s Books,” Vanderbilt University Special Collections and Archives, Vanderbilt University,
       Nashville, TN. 2014.
“The Medium as Muse,” Pierpont Morgan Library, NY. NY. 2014.
Codex, San Francisco, CA, February, 2015.


Hunter Museum of American Art,  Chattanooga, TN. 1964.
Arts and Crafts Gallery, Dalton, GA, 1965.
Graphic Arts Society.  Springfield, MA.  1969.
Optic Gallery, Amherst, MA, 1969.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, TN, 1970, 1975, 1980, 2008, 2009.
Berkshire Museum.  Pittsfield, MA.  1973.
Smith College.  Northampton, MA.  1976. 
      (Faculty shows, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
Boston Athenaeum.  Boston, MA.  1976.
University of Nebraska.  Omaha, NE.  1976.
Trinity College. Hartford, CT.  1977.
Galleriaforma. Genoa, Italy.  1980.
Italian Cultural Embassy, NY, NY. 1980.
Italian Cultural Embassy, San Francisco, CA. 1980.
University of Wisconsin.  River Falls, WI.  1980.
Basilisk Gallery, London, England, 1981
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA, 1982.
Mary Ryan Gallery.  NY, NY. 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987.
University Research Library, UCLA.  Los Angeles, CA, 1984, 1985.  
Mark Twain Memorial.  Hartford, CT,  1985.
Bluxome Galleries, San Francisco, CA, 1985.
Carnegie Mellon University Library.  Pittsburgh, PA, 1986.
Every Picture Tells a Story, Los Angeles, CA, 1986.
Childs Gallery Ltd.  Boston, MA.  1988.
Storyopolis, Los Angeles, CA, 1995.
Sordoni Art Gallery. Wilkes University. Wilkes-Barre, PA. 1994.
Heritage Book Shop, Los Angeles, CA, 1999.
Michelson Galleries, Northampton, MA, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002 through 2009.
Museum of Printing History, Houston, TX, 2000.
Hunter Gallery. Chattanooga, TN.  2000, 2005. 2007.
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 2000.
Longwood College, Farmville, VA, 2001.
Art One Gallery, Gastonia, NC, 2001.
The Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 2001.
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 2001.
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA, 2002.
Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY. American Literature and the Land, along with Lewis Carroll and the Bible:
       Illustrations by Barry Moser. November 2002.
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, PA. 2002.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, New York, NY, March-April 2003.
Literary Journeys / Classic Texts: The Illustrations of Barry Moser, University Museum, Southeast Missouri State
     College, Cape Girardeau, MO, May 27 through August 10, 2003.
National Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, MA, July through November, 2003.
South College gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. March through June, 2004.
The Vault Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, August, 2004.
Signs of Life Gallery, Kansas City KS, 2005.
Boston College, Burns Library; Boston, MA, 2005.
Literary Genius, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, 2006.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 2006.
Festival of Faith & Writing, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, 2006. 2008.
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA; 2007.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, NY, NY October, 2007.
Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, Hawai’i, 2008.
“Flannery & Faulkner,” Flannery O’Connor Symposium, Milledgeville, GA, 2008.
Schick Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 2008.
Vanderbilt University, Special Collections, 2009.
Monserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, 2010.
“A Sort of a Thing in a Dream: Barry Moser’s Alice Illustrations,” Art Gallery, Nashville Public Library, Nashville, TN, 2011.
“Out of This World: Science Fiction but not as you know it.” The British Library, London, England. 2011.
“Barry Moser, Bookwright,” Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford, PA, 2011.
Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, NY, 2011.
“I Can Make a Difference,” Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach, SC, 2011.
“Alice at Thirty,” R Michelson Galleries, Northampton, MA, fall/winter 2012
Franklin G. Burroughs—Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach, SC, March-April, 2012.
“Barry Moser, Engravings,” Downtown Books, Asheville, NC, 2013
“Salome,” Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE, April–May 2015.


Purchase Prize.  Westfield State Annual.  1970.
Award of Merit.  New Hampshire International.  1974.
Charter Member.  American Printing History Association.  NY, NY 1975.
Who’s Who in Graphic Arts. Zurich, Switzerland. 1975-1976.
National Academy of Design. Associate Member. April, 1982.
National Academy of Design. Academician, 1994.
National Book Award. Recipient. April, 1983.
New England Living Art Treasure. New England Artist Festival. 1983.
Local Hero.  New England Monthly Magazine. September, 1985.
Award of Merit.  Communications Arts Magazine. 1984.  1985.  1986.
Award of Merit.  Bookbuilders West.  1983.  1984.  1985.  1986.  1987.  1988.
Award of Merit.  AIGA.  1982.  1983.  1984.  1985. 1986.  1987.  1988.
Honor Award.  Bratislava International. 1989.
Ida Beam Visiting Professor, University of Iowa. 1989.
New York Times Ten Best Books of the Year.  1987.
School Library Journal.  Best Book of the Year.  1987.
American Library Association Notable.  1987.
Redbook Children’s Picture Book Award.  1987.
American Association of University Presses Award.  1990.
Honor Award.  Chicago Book Clinic.  1990.
New York Book Show.  Second Place.  1990.
Washington (D.C.).  Edpress Award.  1990.
Valley Advocate Best Artist in the Valley.  1990.
Steven Harvard Lecturer.  Dartmouth College.  1990.
Waldenbooks Honor Award.  1991.
The International Board of Books for Youth Award.  1991.
American Booksellers “Pick of the Lists”  1991.
NCSS-CBC Notable.  1991.
Parent’s Choice Award for Illustration.  1991.
100 Best Books for Children, Library of Congress.  1991.
Distinguished Alumnus.  The Baylor School.  1991.
Children’s Books of the Year.  Bank Street College.  1992.
Honorary Committee Member.  Commonwealth (of Massachusetts) Awards.  1992.
Distinguished Alumnus.  University of Chattanooga.  1993.
Picks & Pans. The Mushroom Man.  People Magazine. 1993
National Spokesperson.  Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital.  Cleveland, Ohio. 1993-1994.
Notable Children’s Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies. Cloud Eyes. National Council on
      Social Studies/Children’s Book Council. 1994.
Children’s Books of the Year, Call of the Wild, Bank Street College. 1994.
Best of the Year. My Dog Rosie. Parents Magazine. 1994.
Bulletin Blue Ribbon. Tucker Pfeffercorn. Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books. 1994.
Academecian, National Academy of Design, 1994.
Best of the Year, Parents Magazine, 1995.
Children’s Literature Council of Pennsylvania, Favorite, 1995.
“Kind Writers Make Kind Readers” Award. My Dog Rosie. The Fund For Animals Inc. 1996.
New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age. The Iron Woman. 1996.
Smithsonian’s Notable Books for Children, When Willard Met Babe Ruth, Smithsonian Magazine, November 1996.
The Capitol Choice List, When Birds Could Talk and Bats Could Sing, Washington, DC, 1996.
Booklist, Notable Children’s Books 1997, When birds Could Talk and Bats Could Sing, Chicago, Illinois, 1997.
Nominee: Governor General’s Award; Dippers, Toronto, 1998.
Toronto Book Awards; Short List; Little Dippers, 1998.
Ida Beam Lecturer, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1999.
J. Ben Leiberman Memorial Lecturer, American Printing History Association, Iowa City, Iowa, 1999.
“Best Gift Book of the Year,” Alan Cheuse, National Public Radio, The Bible, 1999.
Doctor of Fine Arts, Westfield State University, Westfield, Massachuseetts,  2000.
The Betty Ann Elliot Lecture, International Festival of Authors, Toronto, Ontario, 2000.
Wolpert Scholar in Residence, Temple Sianai, Worcester, Massachusetts 2000.
Distinguished Lecturer, Center for Renaissance Studies, Bronze medal. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 2000.
Founding Trustee, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, Massachusetts, 2001.
The Third Flannery O’Connor Memorial Lecturer, Georgia State College, Milledgeville, Georgia, 2001.
The Chrysler Design Awards, nominee, 2001.
Doctor of Humanities, Anna Maria College, Paxton, Massachusetts, 2001.
Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky 2001.
Artist in Residence, Hite Art Institute, Louisville, Kentucky, 2001.
Kentucky Colonel, decreed by the Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, December, 2001.
Dickinson College, Friends of the Library Lecturer, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, April, 2002.
Doctor of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts, 2002.
Toronto Public Library's Best 100 Books for Children and Teens: Advanced Picture Books Category, Little Dippers
       by Barbara Nichol, illustrated by Barry Moser, 2003.
Advisory Board, The Southern Review, 2006.
Honorary Advisory Board member, White Muzzle Fund, 2007.
The Charlotte Award, for A Horse Named Funnycide, The New York State Reading Association, 2008.
Commencement speaker, Lyndon State College, May 2008.
First Prize, Illustrated Books, American Association of Museums Design Competition, 2008.
The Benjamin Franklin Award, (Literary Genius), The Independent Book Publishers Association, 2008.
Twentieth Fox-Adler Lecture, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 2008.
Gold Medal Winner - Best Illustrator - Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards (for Jack London’s Dog),
       The Jenkins Group, Chicago. 2008.
Junior Library Guild Selection, yyOnce Upon a Twice. 2009.
The Eleventh Annual Virginia Hamilton Literary Award for Contributions to Muticulturalism in Youth Literature,
       Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, 2009.
ForeWord Magazine, Book of the Year Award Finalist (Jack London’s Dog). 2008.
Bank Street College of Education; A Best Children’s Book of 2008 (Hogwood Steps Out). 2008.
Honorary Member, Society of Wood Engravers, London, UK. Elected 2009.
Best Children’s Books of 2009, Kirkus Review, Lousy, Rotten, Stinking Grapes, 2009.
Best Children’s Books of 2009, Kirkus Review, Once Upon a Twice, 2009.
Junior Library Guild Selection, Once Upon a Twice, 2009.
CCBC Choices 2010, the annual best-of-the-year list of the Cooperative Children's Book Center, Madison, WI, 2010.
2011 Kentucky Bluegrass Award Master List; Lousy, Rotten, Stinking Grapes. 2010.
The 2010 E.B. White Read-Aloud Short List; Once Upon a Twice. 2010.
The Marion Vannett Ridgeway Honor Award (for Once Upon a Twice), 2010, in recognition of an outstanding
      debut in the world of children's picture books. 2010
The Bevel Summers Award, Best of Issue, Shenandoah 60/1-2, Lexington, Virginia, 2010.
Doctor of Fine Arts, Monserrat College of Art, May, 2010.
The Bevel Summers Award, Best of Issue, Fall 2010.
Best Books for Children, Bank Street College, Franklin & Winston, 2011.
The Charlotte Award, New York State Reading Association for Lousy Rotten Stinkin’ Grapes
     (official nominee), 2011.
The 27 Best Books of the Year; Book Expo America, 05.24.11; The Chesire Cheese Cat, 2011.
Junior Literary Guild Selection for Franklin & Winston, 2011.
The Center for Renaissance Studies, bronze medal, UMass, 2011.
Gold Medal, Parent’s Choice Awards (The Chesire Cheese Cat) 2011.
Best Children’s Book of 2011,  Kirkus Reviews (Cheshire Cheese Cat, 2011.
Best Book Award, Gold Seal; Oppenheim ToyPortfolio,
      (Franklin & Winston: A Christmas That Changed the World), 2011
The Cybils: Childrens and Young Adult Blogger’s Literary Awards, for The Cheshire Cheese Cat, 2011.
ALSC Association for Library Service to Children, Notable Book Award, Cheshire Cheese Cat, 2012.
Illinois Monarch Award, Lousy Rotten Stinkin’ Grapes, (Nominee for the 2013 award), 2013.
Pennsylvania Young Reader’s Choice Awards for 2012-2013 (nominee) for The Cheshire Cheese Cat, 2013.
E.B. White Read Aloud Awards for Middle Readers, American Booksellers Assoc. Finalist, 
      for The Cheshire Cheese Cat, 2012.
Notable Children's Books in the Language Arts, Children's Literature Assembly, 2012 for
      The Cheshire Cheese Cat, 2012
Bank Street College of Education, Best Books of 2012, for The Cheshire Cheese Cat. 2012.
Volunteer State Book Award 2013-2014, announced July, 2012.
Designed of Flag for the town of Amherst, Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 2012.
VOYA Magazine’s Top Shelf Award, 2012, Cheshire Cheese Cat., 2012.
Georgia Children’s Book Award (nominee), University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 2014.
Bank Street Children’s Book Committee Best Books of the Year for Children and Young Adults, 
      for Cat Talk. 2014.


The McCallie School. Chattanooga, Tennessee.  1962-1967.
The Williston Northampton School.  Easthampton, Massachusetts. 1967-1982.
Rhode Island School of Design.  Providence, Rhode Island.  1991-2001.
Princeton University, Whitney J. Oates Fellow in Humanities, Princeton, NJ. 1995.
Louise Seaman Bechtel Children’s Writer in Residence, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. 1998.
Visiting Artist, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1999.
Distinguished Visiting Scholar, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY. 2001.
Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 2001 to present. 
Printer to the College, Smith College, Northampton, MA. 2002.
Professor in Residence, 2005
Irwin and Pauline Alper Glass Professor, Smith College, Northampton, MA. 2010    
Visiting Professor, Mount Holyoke College, Spring 2013
Visiting Artist, Savannah College of Art & Design, 2008.


Trinity College.  Hartford, Connecticut. 1977. 2000
Worcester Museum.  Worcester, Massachusetts. 1977.
Smith College.  Northampton, Massachusetts.  1977.  1982, 1995,  1996, 2000, 2003.
George Walter Vincent Smith Museum.  Springfield, Massachusetts.  1979.
The Typophiles. New York, NY.  1979.
Society of Printers.  Boston, Massachusetts.  1979.  1982.  1998. 2001
University of California.  Bancroft Library.  Berkeley, California.  1980.
Amherst College.  Amherst, Massachusetts.  1981.
University of Houston.  Houston, Texas.  1981.
Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis, Missouri. 1981.
University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1981
Georgetown University.  Georgetown, Virginia.  1981.
Dartmouth College.  Hanover, New Hampshire.  1982.  1987.
Wellesley College.  Wellesley, Massachusetts.  1982.
Scripps College.  Claremont, California.  1982.
Houghton Library at Harvard.  Boston, Massachusetts.  1982.
Smithsonian Institution. Washington. D.C.  1982.
Boston Public Library.  Boston, Massachusetts.  1982.  1984.  1985.  1986.
92nd Street YMCA, New York, NY, 1983
Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1983
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.  1983.  1984.
Mark Twain Memorial. Hartford, Connecticut.  1985.
The New York Public Library. NY, NY.  1985.
The Art Institute of Chicago.  Chicago, Illinois.  1986.
St. John’s School, Jacksonville, Florida, 1986
Carnegie Mellon Library.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  1986.
Friends of Southern Methodist University Libraries.  Dallas, Texas.  1986.
Science Fiction Writers of America. NY, NY, 1987.
University of Georgia.  Athens, Georgia.  1989, 2001.
University of Kansas. 1988, 1997.
Rhode Island School of Design.  Providence, Rhode Island.  1989, 1999.
American Library Association Pre-conference.  Chicago, Illinois.  1990.
Vassar College.  Poughkeepsie, New York.  1990.
Williams College.  Children’s Literature New England.  1991.
Keene State College Children’s Literature Festival. Keene, NH. 1991.
Drexel University Children’s Literature Conference.  March 1992.
American Booksellers Association Breakfast.  Anaheim, California.  May,1992.
Art Center School, Pasadena California. 1992.
Upper Midwest Booksellers Association.  Minneapolis, Minnesota.  1992.
Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association.  1992.
Onandaga County Public Library, Syracuse, NY, 1992
Children’s Literature Conference.  University of Southern Mississippi.  1993.
ConferenceonSouthern Autobiography.  University of Central Arkansas.  1993.
Vassar College.  Poughkeepsie, New York. 1993, 1996.
Irving Art Center.  Irving, Texas.  1993.
Mount Holyoke College.  Children’s Literature New England. South Hadley, MA. 1994.
Friday Children’s Books. Book Nooks & Krannies. Merrimack, NH. 1994.
Flannery O’Connor Symposium.  Georgia College.  Milledgeville, Georgia.  1994.
Conversations With..., The Foundation for Children’s Books, Newton, MA. 1995.
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts 1995, 2000
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. 1995.
First Annual Rare Book Seminar, Smith College, Northampton. MA,1996.
Eudora Welty Film and Fiction Festival, Jackson, Mississippi. 1996.
Kaleidoscope VI, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 1996.
Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolna. 1996.
University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. 1996.
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 1991, 1996, 1999
The Center for the Book, Iowa City, Iowa. 1996. 1999
Hallmark Symposium, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. 1997.
Perspectives in Children’s Literature, University of Massachussetts, Amherst, MA. 1994, 1997.
National Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, MA. 1998. 2010.
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. 1999.
Minneapolis Museum of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1999.
The National Cathedral, Washingon, DC. 1999.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NY, NY. 1999.
The Museum of Printing History, Houston, Texas. 1999.
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. 1999
Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut. 2000.
ConferenceonSouthern Autobiography. University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN. 2000.
International Festival of Authors, Toronto, Ontario. 2000
Arrowhead, Herman Melville’s Home; Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 2000
The Century Club, Springfield, Massachusetts. 2000
Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts. 2000
Experiment: The International Conference of Calligraphers, Rhonert Park, CA. 2000.
The Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 2000
Chapel of the Cross, Madison, Mississippi. 2000
Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 2000
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut. 2000
Conference on Southern Autobiography, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 2000
Oak Knoll Conference on the Book, Delaware. 2000
Delaware Museum of Art, Wilmington, Delaware. 2000
Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut. 2000
Savannah Public Library, Savannah, Georgia. 2000
Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. 2000
Center for Renaissance Studies, Amherst, Massachusetts. 2000
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts. 2000
The Century Club,  Springfield, Massachusetts. 2000
Cincinnati Public Library, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2000
Society of Printers, Boston. 2001
Auburn Theological Seminary, at the Grolier Club, NY, NY. 2001
St. Michaels’ Cathedral, Springfield, Massachusetts. 2001
Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. 2001
Perspectives in Children’s Literature, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 2001
Town and Country Club, Hartford, Connecticut. 2001
Westfield State College, Westfield, Massachusetts. 2001
Springfield Technical Community College, Springfield, Massachusetts. 2001
The Third Memorial Flannery O’Connor Lecture, Georgia State University, Milledgeville, GA. 2001.
Georgia Museum of Art & University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. 2001.
Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky. 2001.
Geneva Fellowship, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. 2001.
Dickinson College, Friends of the Library Lecturer, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, April. 2002.
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts. 2002
Nashville Public Library, Nashville, Tennessee. 2002
Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York. 2002.
Pennsylvania State University, State Park, Pennsylvania. 2002.
Eric Carle Museum, for the Grolier Club, Amherst, Massachusetts. 2003
Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, Department of Religion. 2003
Perkins School of Theology, Bridwell Library, (SMU), Dallas, Texas. 2003
National Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, Massachusetts. 2003
Northeast Typography Congress, Lunenburg, Vermont. 2003
The Grolier Club, NY, NY. 2004
“Ohio Collects,” Ohio State College/Aldus Society; Columbus, OH. 2004
The Glen Workshop, Image/St John’s College, Santa Fe, NM. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
       2009, 2010, 2011, and counting
Episcopal Cathedral, Springfield, Massachusetts. 2006
Deerfield Women’s Club, Deerfield, Massachusetts. 2006
Hatfield Public Library, Hatfield, Massachusetts. 2006
University of Massachusetts, Children’s Literature Festival, Amherst, MA. 2006, 2008
Calvin College, Festival of Faith & Writing, Grand Rapids, MI. 2004, 2006, 2008
The Baylor School, Chattanooga, TN, 2006, 2008.
North Bennett School of Craft, (Commencement Speech), Boston, MA. 2006
Museum of Folk Art, Santa Fe, NM. 2006
Nashville Public Library, Nashville, Tennessee. 2006
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA. 2006, 2009 (x2)
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 2006
Zea Mays Printmaking Workshops, Florence, MA. 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Flannery O’Connor Symposium,  “Flannery & Faulkner,” Milledgeville, GA. 2008
Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, GA. 2008
Monserrat College of Art, Beverly, Massachusett. 2008
Lyndon State College (commencementspeech), Lyndonville, VT. 2008
University of Hawai’i, Children’s Literature Hawai’i, Honolulu, Hawai'i. 2008
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. 2008
Worcester State College, Worcester, Massachusetts. 2009
Saint Louis School of Pharmacy, St Louis, Missouri. 2009
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. 2009
Williams College at Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut. 2009
Poe and the Writers and Artists of New England, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 2009
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. 2009
Colby College, Waterville, Maine. 2010
The Carle Museum (with Mary Azarian), Amherst, Massachusetts. 2010
Monserrat College of Art, Commencement Speaker, Beverly, Massachusetts. 2010
Adventist University, Collegedale, Tennessee. 2010
Massachusetts Art Educators Assoc, Univ of Massacusetts, Keynote speaker, Amherst, MA. 2010
Columbus State University, Muscogee Public Library, Columbus, Georgia. 2010
National Yiddish Book Center, and Observed Conversation with Ilan Stavans, Amherst, Massachusetts. 2010
Smith College, Named Chair Lecture, Northampton, Massachusetts. 2010
Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. 2011
The Renaissance Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusettts. 2011
Mortimer Rare Book Room, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. 2011
Eric Carle Museum, (The Salon), Amherst, Massachusetts. 2011, 2013
The Glen Workshops, St John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2011
Zea Mays Workshop, Florence, Massachusetts. 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
The Baylor School, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 2011
New Mexico History Museum/Palace ofthe Governors, Santa Fe, NM, with John (Fud) Benson. 2012
Oberlin College, Fall 2013
“For the Love of Books,” with Ann Patchett, Vanderbilt University. 2014
“Medium as Muse,” with Gaylord Shanilec, Pierpont Morgan Library, NY, NY. 2014
Commencement Speech, Williston Northampton School, Easthampton, MA. May 2014
Librarians Luncheon, Book Expo America, NY, NY. May 2015
Glen West, St Johns College, Santa Fe, NM. August, 2015
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. April, 2015


The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Special Collections. NYC.
The National Gallery of Art.  Special Collections. Washington D.C.
The American Bible Society, NY, NY.
The Art and Design Library.  ManchesterPolytechnic. Manchester, England.
The Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.
Beineke Library. Yale University. New Haven, Connecticut.
The Berkshire Museum.  Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Boston Athenaeum.  Boston, Massachusetts.
The Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
The British Museum.  London, England.
Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.
Cambridge University.  Cambridge, England.
Dartmouth College.  Hanover, New Hampshire.
Georgetown University.  Georgetown, Virginia.
Goldfarb Library.  Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts.
The Grolier Club. New York, New York.
The Grunwald Collection. Armand Hammer Museum. Los Angeles, California.
Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts.
Houghton Library.  Harvard University.  Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Hunt Botanical Library.  Carnegie-Mellon University.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.
Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
The Library of Congress.  Washington, D.C.
London College of Printing, London.
Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts.  Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Missouri Botanical Gardens.  St. Louis, Missouri.
Morton Aboretum.  Lisle, Illinois.
Nashville Public Library Special Collections, Nashville, Tennessee.
National Art Library, V&A Museum, London, England.
National Library of Australia.  Sydney, Australia.
National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Newberry Library.  Chicago, Illinois.
New Britain Museum of American Art.  New Britain, Connecticut.
New York Public Library. New York, New York.
Norfolk Library, Norfolk, England.
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Pierpont Morgan Library, New York City, New York.
Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.
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Stanford University. Stanford, California.
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University of Tasmania. Hobart, Tasmania.
University of Washington. Seattle Washington.
University of Waterloo. Ontario, Canada.
University of Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin.
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.
Vassar College Library. Poughkeepsie, New York.
Victoria and Albert Museum. London.
Wellesley College. Wellesley, Massachusetts.
The Worcester Museum of Art. Worcester, Massachusetts.
Wurttembergissche Landesbibliothek. Stuttgart, Germany.
The Nashville Public Library, Nashville, Tenessee.
York University. Ontario, Canada.
The Vatican Library, Vatican City, Italy.
The Israel Musem, Jerusalem, Israel.
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, Massachusetts.
The Kerlan Collection, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, Georgia.
The Brandywine Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England.
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
Emory University, Divinity School, Atlanta, Georgia
Marquette University, Special Collections, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Stanford University, Rare Books and Fine Bindings, Palo Alto, California
University of Chicago, Divinity School, Chicago, Illinois
University of Pennsylvania, Rare Books, Philadelphia, PA
Vanderbilt University, Divinity School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
United States Military Academy, West Point, New York
Amherst College, Amherst Massachusetts
DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
Grolier Club, New York, New York
Hamilton College, Clinton, New york
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Huntington Library, San Marino, California
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Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
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Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California
UCLA, Clark Library, Los Angeles, California
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Bates College, Lewiston, Maine
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Colgate University
University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
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Pepperdine University, Malibu, California
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University of Nevada Reno, Reno, Nevada
Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Union Library at Garrett Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
University of Maryland, Ciollege Park, Maryland
University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
The Bakken Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Jean and Alexander Heard Library, Special Collections, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
Lupton Library, Special Collections, University of Tennessee at Chatanooga
Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Georgia, Athens, Goergia
Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, Special Collections, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conecticut
University of Illinois
University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, Buffalo, New York
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Eaton College Library, Windsor, Berkshire, England
The Carle Museum, Amherst, Massachusetts
John Rylands Library, University of Manchester, Manchester, England
University of Cape Town Library, Cape Town, South Africa
University of Melbourne Library, Melbourne, Australia
Pierpont Morgan Library (Mark Twain’s Animals) NY, NY 2011.
Bowdoin College Special Collections (Mark Twain’s Animals), Brunswick, Maine, 2012
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

Articles by, about, mentioning or illustrated by Barry Moser.

YANKEE MAGAZINE.  October, 1978. p. 13.
FINE PRINT.  Vol. IV.  No. 3,  p. 65, July 1978.
THE PRINTED BOOK IN AMERICA.  Joseph Blumenthal;  Godine-Dartmouth. 1977.  p. 34.
ANTIQUARIAN BOOK MONTHLY REVIEW.  London. Vol. VI,  No. 58,  Feb. 1978. p. 65.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY.  March 19, 1979. July 6, 1984. February 7, 1986. June 15, 1992.
NEWSWEEK. March 1, 1982.
PEOPLE MAGAZINE. April 12, 1982. July 2, 1990.
“Barry Moser—Ein amerikanischer Holzstecher und Pressendrucker;
Memmingen, Germany Curt Visel; 1982.
THE VILLAGE VOICE.  April 26, 1983.
ARTS MAGAZINE.  March,  1983.
THE BOSTON GLOBE.  November 1983.  September 1985.
THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER.  March 1985.  May 7, 1986.
THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW.  June 1983.  November 1985. February 1, 1987.  July 20, 1990.
THE ONTARIO REVIEW.  No. 23, 1985.  No. 33,  1990.
THE ART OF SEEING.  Prentice-Hall. 1988.
LIVING IN WORDS.  Gregory McNamee. ed. Breitenbush Books.  Portland.  1988.
JASPER JOHNS, Work Since 1974, Mark Rosenthal, Philadelphia Museum, 1988, pp. 73–75.
WATCHING.  Harlan Ellison.  Underwood-Miller, 1989.
PBC Library of Design.  1992.
SOMETHING ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Gale Research, Vol. 15, 1993.
BOOKWAYS, A Quarterly Journal of Book Arts, No. 11, April 1994.
THE ILLUSTRATED ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, John Scally, Canongate in association with National Library of Scotland, 1994.
UNPAINTED TO THE LAST, Moby-Dick and Twentieth Century American Art, Elizabeth A Schultz, Kansas, 1995.
KICKING BACK: FURTHER DISPATCHES FROM THE SOUTH, John Shelton Reed, University of Missouri Press, 1995, p. 26.
THE ECOLOGY OF DESIGN, J. Ortbal, M. Lange & M. S. Carroll, The AIGA Press, New York, NY, 1996.
ROMANCE LANGUAGES ANNUAL, J. Beer, P. Hart, B. Lawton, Purdue Research Foundation, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1996.
CONTEXT CONSIDERED,Perspectives in American Art, Linda J. Doherty, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 1996.
ROMANCE LANGUAGES ANNUAL Vol. VII, Jeanete Beer, Patricia Hart, Ben Lawton, Perdue Research Foundation,1996.
VANITY FAIR, MOMA’s Boy, Edmund White, September 1996.
BOOKS ILLUSTRATED, edited by Michele V. Cloonan, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1997.
IMAGE, A Journal of the Arts & Religion, “Barry Moser’s Bible,”  Kennet Square, Pa., No. 21, Fall 1998.
RECEARCH IN REVIEW, Florida State University, “Remembering Remus,” by Frank Shephenson, Vol. ix, No. 1, Spring/Summer 1998, p. 27.
ART NEW ENGLAND, “The Passion of Barry Moser,” by Sara London, October/November 1999.
A NEW PICTURE OF THE BIBLE, San Francisco Chronicle, by Jesse Hamlin, October 26, 1999.
YANKEE MAGAZINE, “The Man Who Made the Bible,” by Robert Sullivan, April 2000.
 “BOOK OF BOOKS;” Nicholas Basbanes; Gazette of the Grolier Club, New Series; Number 51; 2000; pp 65–80.
CROSS CURRENTS, “A Terrible Beauty: Moser’s Bible,” by Catherine Madsen, Summer/Spring 2000.
BOOK LOVE: Creating Good Books for Children in an Age That Values Neither, Juanita
      Havill, ed., E & L Books, Phoenix College Press, Phoenix, Arizona, 2000.
BOOKLIST, “Computers and the Art of Picture-Book Ilustration,” by Catherine Phelan, December 15, 2000.
WOOD ENGRAVING: HOW TO DO IT; by Simon Brett, Primsore Press, London, 2000, page 108.
NEW YORK TIMES, “Still Huffin and Puffin,” SeanKelly, May 20, 2001.
CROSS CURRENTS, “Blood and Stone: Violence in the Bible & The Eye of the Illustrator,” by BM, Volume 51, No. 2; Summer 2001.
PATIENCE & FORTITUDE; Nicholas Basbanes; Harper Collins; NYC; 2001 pp 245–46, 248–50, 251, 252–54, 255–61, 571n.
ART OF THE BOOK;  James Bettley; Victoria & Albert Publications/Abrams; 2001.
THE LIBRARY QUARTERLY, “Imaging the Word,” by BM, Vol. 71, October 2001; University of Chicago Press.
      “The Common Continent of Men: Visualizing Race in Moby-Dick,” by Elizabeth Schultz; Vol. 3, No 2; October 2001; p. 20.
THIRTY DAYS; Paul Mariani; Viking; New York, New York, 2002; pp 64, 204.
FLANNERY O’CONNOR REVIEW. “A Feeling for the Vulgar,” by BM, forthcoming, Fall 2002.
SEWANEE REVIEW, “Across the Street and Up the Hill,” by BM, Vol. CXNo. 1, Winter; pp 44–55; 2002.
NewsSMITH, “The Pedagogy of Typography,” Ann Shanahan; Smith College office of College Relations, Spring 2002; pp 4-5.
AN ENGRAVERS GLOBE, Simon Brett, Primrose Hill Press, London, GB,; pp 274, 275, and frontispiece; 2002.
RALEIGH METRO MAGAZINE; “The Fine Attitude of Life: Kaye Gibbons Talks about Raised by Hand;”
       by Art Taylor, March 2002; p.50.
CROSSCURRENTS ,Vol. 52 No. 2.; “Uncomfortable, Uncertain, and Unarmed;” by BM; Summer 2002.
CAXTONIAN: The Journal of the Caxton Club of Chicago, “Barry Moser—engraver, bookman,”
       Robert mcCamant, Volume X. No. 9, September 2002, p. 5.
CHILDREN’S WRITER; Vol 12, No. 14. “Ilustrator Barry Moser on the Future of the Book, and Interview
       with Anna Olswanger; Novemerb 2002.
TYPOGRAPHICALLY SPEAKING: The Art of Matthew Carter: Margaret Re; Albin O. Kuhn Libray and Gallery;
       University of Maryland, Baltimore; 2002
THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN; “Illustrator Makes His Mark on Classic Literature;” Elizabeth Kruse, October 4, 2002.
IMAGE, A Journal of the Arts and Religion; “An Interview with Barry Moser by Paul Mariani,” November 2002, Number 36.
PARNASSUS: The Allen R. Hite Museum Institute Graduate Journal; “A Conversation with Barry Moser;”
       by Felicia Sachs; University of Louisville; December 2002.
SOJOURNERS MAGAZINE; Meanderings Column: “A Few of my Favorite Things;” March–April 2003; page 51.
PORTI DI MAGNIN:  Periodico di Arti Scienze e Cultura; ‘Dal Mondo per “Smens”: Xilographia dal Pianeta Terra; 
Gianfranco Schialvino; No.53, Aprile 2003; Mondovi. Italia; p. 7.
POST ROAD; “Sacred and Vulgar: the Influences of Flannery O’Connor on the Illustrations for the Pennyroyal Caxton Bible,”
      by BM; New York, NY; summer 2003.
SOUTHEAST MISSOURIAN; “Unusual and Unpredictable: Illustrations of Barry Moser” Cape Girardeau, Missouri; June 20, 2003.
PREZGLAD POLSKI; Sviezka przez miasto, witac gwiazdy (Through the City towards the
Stars); Grazyna Drabik; Warsaw (?), Poland; 25 March (?Kwietnia) 2003.
SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE; SBL Forum;;                   September, 2003.
ABC NEWSLETTER; “Barry Moser on Children’s Books,” by Anna Olswanger; Vol. 15,
No. 2, Fall 2003.
THE EUDORA WELTY NEWSLETTER;  “Barry Moser, The Robber, and Eudora         Welty,” by John Bayne. Vol XXVIII No. 1, Winter 2004.
MADE BY HAND, Jeanne Braham, Commonwealth Editions, Winter 2004.
78. IMAGE: A Journal of Arts and Religion,  “Nothing New Under the Sun: Thoughts on         the Future of Art,” article by BM, Vol No. 42, P 76-79,  Summer, 2004.
79. THE SOUTHERN REVIEW: “Shreds & Patches: Notes on Portraiture,” an essay by     BM; Winter, 2005
80. FLANNERY O’CONNOR REVIEW; “Illustration as an Act of Vision,” an essay by
    Bm with three engravings; Volume 3 (Spring),  2005.
81. NEW YORK MAGAZINE, “ The George Soros of the Right;” p.26-31; August 1-8,
82. THE BOSTON GLOBE, “Agnostic Puts Skill to Use for Friend;” p B2; September 24,         2005.
83. Encyclopedia of Children’s Literature; Jack Zipes, ed.; Oxford University Press, Oxford &
NY; 2005.
84. Willie Morris, An Exhaustive Annotated Bibliography and a Biography, Jack Bales, McFarland,
Jefferson, NC, 2006, pp 58,800,1254-55,1258-59, 1747, 1965.
85. VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS QUARTERLY, “Designing The Holy Bible: Arguing the
text through the Form,” Patsy Watkins, Vol 15, No. 1–2; pp 17-30, January June, 2008
86. WORLD LITERATURE TODAY, “A Cottage in the Woods,” essay by BM, Vol. 82. No. 5,
September-October 2008.
87. PARENTHESIS 15: The Journal of the Fine Press Book, book review by BM (Designing
the Mentoring Stamp), Autumn 2008, p. 37.
88. NORTHERN WOODLANDS; Winter o8; The Outdoor Palette, p 79.
89. SHENANDOAH: The Washington And Lee University Review; Spring/Fall, 2010, covers.
90. PARENTHESIS: The Journal of the Fine Press Book Association,, Autumn 2010,
review of Box 25.
91. NEW YORK TIME BOOK REVIEW, The Cheshire Cheese Cat; Elizabeth Egan, November
20, 2011
92. IMAGE, A Journal of the Arts & Religion, “The Making of a Bookwright, Seattle, WA
Number 71, Fall 2011.
93. “Barry Moser and Abigail Rorer,” Simon Brett, PARENTHESIS: The Journal of the Fine
Press Book Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 2011
94. “Straighten Up and Dress Right,” Barry Moser, PARENTHESIS: The Journal of the Fine
Press Book Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
95. CNN BELIEF BLOG, “A Head on a Silver Platter—Rethinking John the Baptist and Oscar
Wilde,” Eric Marrapodi, February 2, 2012
96. The Dickens Quarterly, Vol. 29, No 1, March 2012 (frontispiece).
97. “Barry Moser: Ilustrado un Mondo…” XYLON ARGENTINA: Boletín Informativo de
Xylon Argetina Sociedad de Grabadores, Fernando Polito, 3rd Cuatrimestre 2011 Issued spring, 2013)


Channel 4.  San Francisco, California.  February 1979.
N.P.R.  Washington, D.C.  March 1979.
Channel 7.  Boston, Massachusetts.  July 1982.
Channel 22.  Springfield, Massachusetts.  October 1982.  December 1986. April 1997.
Wilderness, A Country, a film by Raun Fulton, The Wilderness Society, 1984
WNYC, NYC.  “Senior Edition”  with Pegeen Fitzgerald.  1985.
CBS Radio. NYC“ Book Beat”  with Don Swain. 1985.  1990.
WELI Radio.  New Haven, Connecticut.  “Jerry Dunklee Show”  May 1985.
Channel 40.  Springfield, Massachusetts.  1986.
CNN News.  January1987.
ONE NORWAY STREET.  WQTV.  Boston.  July1990.
Channel 7.  Boston.  “Our Town.”  July1990.  August1991.
THE TODAY SHOW.  September 26, 1991.
F/XTHE PET SHOW.  December1994.
MORNINGSIDE, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, April 1, 1997.
KARE-TV (NBC) “News Today,” Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 12, 1999.
Bloomington Public TV, “Author, Author,” Bloomington, Minnesota, October 12, 1999.
WCAL-FM (NPR), Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 12, 1999.
KTCA-TV (PBS),  “Newsnight Minnesota,” Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 12, 1999.
KMSP-TV,  “News at 9 and 10,” Eden Prairie, Minnesota, October 12, 1999.
Metro Networks Radio, Washington, DC, October 13, 1999.
ABC RAdio, “Perspectives,” Washington, DC, October 13, 1999.
C-Span2, “Book TV,” Washington, DC (filmed live at The National Gallery October 13),  aired December 25 & 26 and others.
KSDK-TV, “News at Noon,” St. Louis, Missouri, October 14, 1999.
KMOX-AM, “World of Religion,” October 14, 1999.
KJSL-AM, “The Debra Peppers Program,” St. Louis, Missouri, October 14,  1999.
KPOO Radio, “Overboard,” San Francisco, California, October 25, 1999.
NPR-FM, “The Dick Staub Show,” Pctober 26, 1999.
Evergreen Radio (NPR-FM), “Literary News,” Seattle, Washington, October 26, 1999.
KBOO Radio, “Between the Covers,” Portland, Oregon, October 27, 1999.
KUSA-TV (NBC), “Noon News,” Denver, Colorado, October 28, 1999.
WBUR-FM (NPR), “The Connection with Chris Lydon” Boston, Massachusetts,     November 2, 1999.
WSBE-TV (PBS), “Bestsellers,” Providence, Rhode Island, November 4, 1999.
WAMU-FM (NPR), “The Diane Rehm Show,” November 9, 1999.
KTRS Radio, St. Louis, Missouri, December 7, 1999.
WLBT-TV, “Noon Report,”  Jackson, Mississippi, December 7, 1999.
WJTV-TV, “Noon News,” Jackson Mississippi,  December 8, 1999.
WKTU FM Radio, “Interfaith Connection,” New York City, December 13, 1999.
CNN-TV, Headline News, (filmed at Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York     City, December 13, 1999), aired Decembr 25 & 26, 1999.
WOXD-FM, “Thacker Mountain Radio,” Oxford Mississippi, May 11, 2000
WNET NYC, “A Thief Among the Angels,” a flim about the making of the Pennyroyal
Caxton Bibleby the Kessler Brothers, August 24, 2000 (and other PBS stations as well).
Broadcast PBS-13, NYC; PBS-WGBY, Boston affiliate; PBS/WKEY, Kentucky
affiliate; DUTV/Philadelphia; film festivals including DoubleTake (NC); Cucalorus
(NC); Arizona International (2001); New Haven (CT 2001), Athens (OH 2001), Rhode Island (2001), Breckenridge (CO 2001), and The Religious Arts Festival, Birmingham (AL 2001); recipient of several national film awards including the Gold Medal 2000 Telly Awards and the Best Documentary, Northampton (MA) Film Festival, 2000.
“Picture Perfect Jesus,” a film by Lyle Jackson (BM interviewed), United Methodist         Communication, Nashville, Tennessee, 2000.
“Loaded Gun: Life, and Death, and Dickinson,” An independent film about Emily Dickinson
by Steve Gentile and Jim Wolpaw. 2002.
“Great Books: Wizard of Oz;” Cronkite Ward, producers for The Learning Channel; 2003.
Ben Birnbaum at Boston College. Posted Boston College WWW October 15, 2005.


The Baker Library.  Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH.
The Houghton Library.  Harvard University.  Cambridge, MA.
The Research Library.  UCLA.  Los Angeles, CA.
Children’s Literature New England Collection, Homer Babbidge Library.  University of     Connecticut,  Storrs, CT.
The Children’s Literature Research Collections (The Kerlan Collection) Elmer L.             Andersen Library, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Barry Moser Collection, Lupton Library, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga,
Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.
Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts

(Current as of May, 2016)