Select bibliography: New Arcadian Press

~ Karyn Hinkle, ‘On Publishing Scholarly Journals as Artists’ Books: Yorkshire’s New Arcadian Journal’, book art conference paper, USA (2020). See Reviews.

~ Tom Williamson, ‘Learning from Repton’s Bicentenary’, Garden History 47:1 (Summer 2019).

~ Steven Desmond, ‘Gardening – On The Spot: The Yorkshire Red Books of Humphry Repton, Landscape Gardener by Patrick Eyres and Karen LynchCountry Life’ (14 November 2018).

~ Louise Whickham, ‘On The Spot’, Yorkshire Gardens Trust Newsletter (2018).

~ Mike Cousins, ‘Yorkshire Capabilities’, Follies Magazine 96 (Spring 2017).

~ Stephen Anderton, ‘A green and pleasant three decades, the New Arcadian Journal’s 30th anniversary’, The Times, Register: Garden History (Saturday 30 June 2012).

~ David Lambert, ‘The Blackamoor’, Garden History 40:1 (2012). See More from Garden History.

~ Kathleen Chater, ‘The Blackamoor’, BASA (Black and Asian Studies Association) Newsletter no. 62 (March 2012). See More from BASA.

~ Fiona Russell, ‘Jottings from the Journal’, Yorkshire Post Magazine (3 March 2012). See More from YPM.

~ Sarah Rutherford, ‘The Grenville Landscape of Wotton House’, The Bucks Gardener 31/32 (2011).

~ Anon., ‘Wotton House’, Recorder of Buckinghamshire, vol. 51 (2011).

~ Jennifer Potter, ‘New Arcadian Journal’, The Times Literary Supplement (31 October 2008). See More from the TLS 2008.

~ Yves Abrioux, The Specter of Gardens, ex. cat. (Yvelines: Fondation de Coubertin, 2007).

~ Patrick Eyres, ‘On Site Specificity and Storytelling’, Arcadia Id Est: Artists’ Books, Nature and The Landscape (Bristol: Impact Press, University of the West of England, 2005).

~ Tom Williamson. ‘Arcadian Greens Rural’, The Follies Journal, no. 3 (2003). See Reviews.

~ Jack Chesterman, ‘The New Arcadian Press’, Parenthesis [Journal of the Fine Press Book Association], no 6 (2001). See Reviews.

~ Peter Hayden, ‘The Hall of Mirrors’, Garden History News 58 (2000). See Reviews.

~ A.F. ‘The Hall of Mirrors’, Review of Scottish Culture 12 (1999-2000).

~ Stewart Harding, ‘Four Purbeck Arcadias’, Garden History News 54 (1998).

~ Anna Pavord, ‘Arcadia Becomes a Car Park’, The Independent (25 July 1998).

~ Andrew Mead, ‘The New Arcadian Journal’, The Architect’s Journal (4 June 1998).

~ Patrick Eyres, ‘The New Arcadian Press’, Clarion Newsletter 16 (1997).

~ Andrew Welch, ‘Naumachia’, The Naval Review (July 1996).

~ Colin Young, ‘The New Arcadian Journal’, Landscape Issues (November 1995).

~ Peter Inch, ‘Signifying Landscapes: The New Arcadian Press’, Yorkshire Journal (November 1995).

~ Patrick Eyres, ‘The New Arcadian Press, Howard Eaglestone, Patrick Eyres and Wendy Frith’, Sixteen: Work by Staff in the Department of Advanced Studies, Bradford Gallery (Bradford: School of Art & Design, Bradford College, 1995).

~ Katherine Swift, ‘A Cajun Chapbook’, Antiquarian Books Monthly (December 1993).

~ Stephen Bending, ‘The Wentworths’, Journal of Garden History 13:1/2 (1993).

~ Christopher Ridgway, ‘Castle Howard’, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Journal, vol. 65 (1993).

~ Eileen Stamers-Smith, ‘The Wentworths’, Garden History News 36 (1992).

~ Patrick Eyres, ‘The First Decade’, PALPI [Poetry & Little Press Information], no. 30 (1992).

~ Pat Lee, ‘Digging Deep into Gardeners’ Worlds’, Yorkshire Post (3 January 1992).

~ Stephen Bann, ‘The Garden and the Visual Arts in the Contemporary Period: Arcadians, Post-Classicists and Land Artists’, in Monique Mosser and Georges Teyssot (eds), The History of Garden Design: The Western Tradition from the Renaissance to the Present Day (London: Thames & Hudson, 1991).

~ Patrick Eyres, ‘Desktop and the Private Press’, Antiquarian Books Monthly (October 1991).

~ Eileen Stamers-Smith, ‘New Arcadian Journal’, Garden History News 21 (1987).

~ Eileen Stamers-Smith, ‘Rousham and Studley Royal & Hackfall’, Garden History News 18 (1986).

~ Bill Oliver, ‘Return to Arcadia’, Yorkshire Post (25 August 1986).

~ Frances Spalding, ‘Arcadian Egos’, Harpers & Queen (March 1986).

~ Bill Mitchell, ‘Three Seasons in Classic Wharfedale’, The Dalesman (October 1984).

~ Bill Oliver, ‘Spell of Garden Without Walls’, Yorkshire Post (19 May 1984).

~ Stephen Bann, ‘About Gardens: A New Anglo-Scottish Poetics’, Urbi (Autumn 1983).

~ Marion Lawson, ‘The Genius of the Place’, Glasgow West End Times (11 Septembe 1981).

~ Derek Linstrum, ‘Paradise in Perspective’, Yorkshire Post (8 June 1981).

~ Rob Powell, ‘Two Faced Gardens’, May in Yorkshire (Yorkshire Arts Association, May 1981).

~ Patrick Eyres, ‘Happy Valley’, Anthill, no. 3 (1977).