1 - Cyrilla Mozenter. Arctic Spring, 2013. - Artist Book

2 - Cyrilla Mozenter and Drew Shiflett. "ON Working with Handmade Paper: A Conversation." Hand Papermaking, Summer 2013.

3 - Catalog. Art Sewn. Essay by Ward Mintz. Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC, 2012.

4 - Carolina Pedraza. Why People Draw: Cyrilla Mozenter. wackyshortscreations.com, June 2011.

5 - Jacqueline Ruyak. "Cyrilla Mozenter: On the Edge of the Diving Board," Surface Design Journal, Winter 2010.

6 - Catalog. Neo-Constructivism: Art, Architecture & Activism. Essays by Anonda Bell, et al. Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, 2008.

7 - Amy Eshoo and Elizabeth Finch, Editors. 560 Broadway, A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006, The Fifth Floor Foundation, NY in association with Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2008.

8 - Catalog. Crossover: Combining Traditions, Metals and Sculpture, Essays by Kate Budd and Sherry Simms with statements by the artists, Myers School of Art, University of Akron, OH, 2008.

9 - Jonathan Goodman. "Reviews‚ Ridgefield, Connecticut, Cyrilla Mozenter, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum," Sculpture, July/August 2006.

10 - "Itinerary," Sculpture, January-February 2006.

11 - Cyrilla Mozenter. More saints seen. Essay by Elizabeth Finch. 2005. - Artist Book

12 - Catalog. More saints seen. Essay by Jessica Hough. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT. 2005.

13 - Catalog. In the Making: Contemporary Drawings from a Private Collection, Essay by Betsy Siersma, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2003.

14 - Catalog. Endpapers: 1890-1900 and 1990-2000. Essay by Judy Collischan. Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY, 2000.

15 - Catalog - for solo exhibition Very well saint. Drawing Papers #8. Essay by Elizabeth Finch. The Drawing Center, NY, 2000.

16 - Brian Hayes. "The Information Age," The Sciences, September/October 1993. - Reproduction of sculpture.

17 - Robert C. Morgan. "Environment, Site, Displacement," Sculpture, March-April 1992.

18 - Janet Koplos. "Review of Exhibitions," Art in America, January 1992.

19.  Cyrilla Mozenter, why winter, 2015. A 50-page, hand-assembled, limited edition Artist Book consisting of images and written pieces of an autobiographical nature in a protective case.