Utne Reader: "From the Stacks" (8/10/07)
The Seattle-based arts magazine Resonance is the journalistic equivalent of that kid on the playground who always had the coolest new toys. The August issue sports a sleek new logo and a tasteful cocktail of the latest visual art, music, and writing, including reviews of the new Drinky Crow toy and some haunting Icelandic street art. Also in the issue, books editor Nick Goman writes about his awkward internet-based interview with renowned conceptual artist Miranda July, and managing editor Kris Kendall profiles Marine combat artists—military-commissioned artists whose drawings and paintings depict the intensity and monotony that haunt war's frontlines. (Brendan Mackie)
Seattle Times: "Pressing On" (Sunday edition feature, 9/21/03)
Publishing niche magazines, with shoestring budgets, little fanfare, is a labor of love. Interview with Resonance publisher, Andrew Monko.
Utne Independent Press Award nomination (10/22/02)
Resonance arts & literature coverage nominated for indie press award.
Utne Web Watch (12/4/03)
The Resonance #39 feature "Duty of Expression: Howard Zinn and Thom Yorke Debate the Artist’s Role in Making the World a Better Place" has been featured in Utne Web Watch newsletter.