And I Think I Like It., Edition Solitude, 2015, ed. of 250.

On the Rocks, In the Land (artist zine), featuring interview with curator/director Ciara Ennis and artist Danielle Adair, Pitzer College Art Galleries, 2014, ed. of 100.

#15 Los Angeles in the Solitude Atlas, Akademie Schloss Solitude, 2015

artwork for RoToR #13 – Encounters, online zine edited by Esther Salmona, Sarah Tritz, and Anne Kawala, Paris, 2014

I Can Feel Your Teeth, featured in It’s My Decision, Flying Object, USA, 2014

Vanesa Place and Danielle Adair in Public Access #5, a publication by Nicholas Grider, 2013

The Way of Progress in [out of nothing], Edition #0, 2012

Don’t Think Once Again on KChung Radio, for Perform Now! Chinatown, Los Angeles (July 21, 2012)

excerpts from Selma, in Thirty Under Thirty edited by Lily Hoang and Blake Butler, Starcherone Books, 2011

APT: Art Performance Text in Imaginary Syllabi, edited by Jane Sprague, Palm Press, 2011

Some People Are Without Guitar (pamphlet), designed by Tanya Rubbak, The Library of Sacred Technologies, 2011

What Do You Do in 03 LIMITS broadside edition, Allotrope Press, Belfast, 2011

From JBAD, Lessons Learned (a Cahier series book), Les Figues Press, 2009
part of the project FIRST ASSIGNMENT

Residual-Bonus in the casebok series, Valeveil, 2010

SEPT 07 in The Daybook Project, organized by David P. Earle, Printed Matter, New York, 2010

I’m Responsible in Manana por la Manana, designed by Tanya Rubbak, Printed Matter, New York, 2010

Bibliography in Chronometry 2008

What does WAR stand for?, in GLARE Quarterly 2008

No. II, III, V, (excerpts from manuscript Selma,) in Poetry Sz, New Zealand, 2007

Chen Xiaoyun at MC Gallery in Afterall Online, Los Angeles, 2007

Art Talk in Next Words, 2007

Reflections by Danielle Adair on the CalArts Mafia in It Was the Blurst of Times, Commerce Street Warehouse, Houston, TX 2006

Haver in TrenchArt: Parapet, Les Figues Press, 2007