Relections on Eight Years of Instrument Creation with Machine Learning. Fiebrink-Sonami. NIME2020.

Requiem for the lady’s glove. Sound American – SA6.

Key Address: And now we leave gloves and other wearables to (small) dictators. NIME, JUNE 2014, Goldsmith- London (video of presentation/performance here).

Seizing a sound and smelling its belly to fit it in a folder. ARCANA III Musicians on Music, John Zorn. Hips Road 2008.

On My Work. Improvisation, Maria Uitti, ed. Contemporary Music Review # 25. Routledge 2006.

Rodgers, Tara. Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound. Duke University Press Books 2010. ISBN 0822346737. pp. 8, 9-10, 54, 202.

Hunt, Jerry (website). Some observations on the work and work procedure of Laetitia Sonami.

Chadabe, Joel. Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of Electronic Music. Prentice Hall, 1997. ISBN 0-13303231-0, pp. 100, 229-230.

Gann, Kyle. American Music in the Twentieth Century. Schirmer Books, 1997. ISBN 002864655X, pp. 381, 382.

Marty, Eric. San Francisco Contemporary Music Players and CNMAT in Concert. Computer Music Journal, Winter 1998.

Wilson, Stephen, Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology. MIT Press 2002. Cambridge MA / London, England. ISBN 0-262-23209-X. p. 749.

Malloy, Judy, ed. Women in New Media. MIT Press 2003. Cambridge MA/London England. ISBN 0-262-13424-1. pp. 94, 356.

Schwartzman, Madeline. See Yourself Sensing – Redefining Human Perception. Black Dog Publishing 2011. ISBN 978-1-907317-29-3. p.111.