2017 McIntosh, Linda. 'A Time to Heal' art exhibit opens at MiraCosta College. San Diego Union-Tribune, November 15, 2017. Saigon Broadcasting Television Network. Viet Am Voices on the Vietnam War. Garden Grove, CA. Esquivel, Samantha. Artistic Vision: Trinh Mai renders a personal history. Orange County, CA: Coast Magazine, Summer Issue, 2017. Dường, Lan and Espiritu, Yến Lê. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Feminist Refugee Epistemology: Reading Displacement in Vietnamese & Syrian Refugee Art. One work published with accompanying analysis by authors. Ohio State University: University of Nebraska Press. Frontiers: Journal of Women Studies: Issue 38.1: Summer 2017. Artwork published on front and back covers. Salt and Sugar Productions. A Time to Heal. July 17, 2017. IndiePop Films. One Day in Santa Ana. Featured artist. Orange and San Bernardino Counties: July 2017. McIntosh, Linda. Museum's art series focuses on veterans. San Diego Tribune, May 24, 2017. Barton, Dave. 'War Wounds' at Grand Central Art Center Takes on the Poetics of Hurt. Orange County, CA: OC Weekly. April 20, 2017. Anderson, Meredith. Remembering the Vietnam War with Artist Trinh Mai. San Diego, CA: Prospect Journal of International Affairs at UCSD. February 10, 2017.
2016 Trinh Mai: Lifeline. San Diego, CA: Pacific San Diego Magazine, December issue, 2016: 40. One work published. Grand Central Art Center. War Wounds: Trinh Mai. November 6, 2016.
De la Cruz, Denise. Community Engagement Brings Art to Affordable Housing Communities in Santa Ana. OC Weekly, October 13, 2016.
Strom, Dao. OUT OF THE MARGINS: Trinh Mai - Pt. 2:: The Third Eye Series. diaCRITICS. July 4, 2016.
Strom, Dao. OUT OF THE MARGINS: Trinh Mai - Pt. 1:: We Are Here. diaCRITICS. June 30, 2016.
THSART. Artist Spotlight: Trinh Mai. May 12, 2016. Le, Madalyn. Interview with Trinh Mai, the subject of 'Honoring Life: The Work of Trinh Mai'. Viet Film Festival. March 31, 2016.
Việt Báo Daily News. VASCAM Exhibition: Nature and Us - Art works by Trinh Mai & Ann Phong. February 7, 2016. Sakasegawa, Mike. Episode 1: Trinh Mai. Keep the Channel Open, January 27, 2016.
Hidle, Jade. Living History at VAOHP's Vietnamese Focus Exhibit. diaCritics, January 11, 2016.
The Letter Exchange. Cambridge, MA. Four letters published.
2015 (Re)Collecting the Vietnam War. Fort Washington, MD: Asian American Literary Review: Volume 6, Issue 2: Fall 2015. One work published.
Vũ, Quý Hạo Nhiên. Từ tỵ nạn đến cộng đồng năng động (From refugee to dynamic community). BBC, September 14, 2015. [in Vietnamese, English translation] Vũ, Quý Hạo Nhiên. Little Saigon understands what Syrian refugees are going through. Voice of OC, September 9, 2015.
Nguyen, Nelson and Tran, Vinh Loc. Một Góc Quận Cam - VIETNAMESE FOCUS: Generations of Stories (Part I & Part II) Viet TV, September 4, 2015. [in Vietnamese]
Do, Anh. 40 years after Saigon’s fall, O.C. exhibit tells Vietnamese Americans’ stories. Los Angeles Times, August 30, 2015.
Dao, Myriam. Quand l’art contemporain se fait mémoriel (When contemporary art is memory).
D'amitié Franco-Vietnamienne, August 29, 2015. [in French, English translation]
Martinez, A. and Merina, Dorian. Art show explores past, future of Vietnamese in Orange County. 89.3 KPCC: Take Two, August 28, 2015.
Berg, Tom. Generations of stories: Artifacts, photos and a tattered map piece together history of the Vietnamese who settled here. OC Register, August 24, 2015.
Nguyen, Linh. VIETNAMESE FOCUS, triển lãm cộng đồng tị nạn sau 40 năm. Người Việt Daily News, August 14, 2015. [in Vietnamese, English translation]
Hayden, Lydia. An Identity Playlist, Atlanta, Georgia: Transcendence Magazine: Prelude to Issue 3, March 9, 2015.
Haire, Chris. New exhibit combines art and history to tell Vietnamese stories. Orange County Register, August 5, 2015.
Hoang, Kristine. New Exhibit Captures Complexities of Vietnamese in Orange County. OC Weekly, August 3, 2015.
The Artist Odyssey. Honoring Life: The Work of Trinh Mai
Martinez, A. and Merina, Dorian. New generation of Vietnamese art explores past, pushes boundaries. 89.3 KPCC: Take Two, May 1, 2015.
2014 Nature of Occurrences. Chicago: Thought Collection Publishing: Vol. 2 No. 2. Four works published, one selected for cover.
Featured Artist, American Red Cross Silicon Valley Chapter, San Jose, CA
Artist Alliance Member Spotlight: Trinh Mai. Oceanside, CA: Viewpoint, a triannual publication of Oceanside Museum of Art, Fall 2014.
Le Hoa Wilson. Painting the Time. Bowers Museum, December 2014. Ovation TV. The Art of: Taste. Artwork featured from L.A. Heat Exhibition, May 25, 2014.
Kim, Annie. Art Class for the Seniors. Viễn Đông Daily News, August, 10, 2014. [in Vietnamese]
LA18 Evening News. Chinese American Museum's 'LA Heat: Taste Changing Condiments'. March 11, 2014. [in Chinese]
Jao, Carren. Hot Stuff: L.A.'s Cross-Cultural Condiments. KCET Artbound, March 19, 2014.
Frank, Pricilla. An Art Show Dedicated Entirely To Hot Sauce Is Making Our Spicy Dreams Come True. The Huffington Post, March 16, 2014.
Cabral, Javier. 'L.A. Heat': Finally, an art exhibit devoted to Sriracha and Tapatio sauces. Los Angeles Times, March 15, 2014.
2013 Belkhyr, Yasmin. Interview with Trinh Mai Thach. New York: Winter Tangerine Review, Vol. 2 (Fall 2013). Three works published.
Winter Tangerine Review. New York: Vol. 1 (Summer 2013). Four works published.
Purdue University. Selected Creative Works. West Lafayette, IN: Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement, Vol. 8
One poem and thirteen artworks published. (Hear this poem and a selection of my other poems.)
SueBee. Artist Trinh Mai's tribue to Vietnamese Boat People, SueBee and Kat, November 11, 2013.
Thiên, An. Trịnh Mai và lớp dạy vẽ các vị cao niên gốc Việt (Trịnh Mai's Drawing Classes for Vietnamese Seniors). Người Việt Daily News, June 29, 2013. [in Vietnamese]
Trinh Mai Nói Chuyện Vẽ (Trinh Mai Speaks Art). Viet Weekly. June 16, 2013.
Rơi Nước Mắt Và Tranh Trinh Mai (Tears Fall From Trinh Mai's Paintings), Viet Weekly [in Vietnamese]
Nguyễn, Linh. Họa Sĩ Trinh Mai triển lãm tranh kỷ niệm 25 năm Little Saigon, (Trinh Mai's exhibit celebrates Little Saigon's 25th Anniversary),
Nguoi Viet Daily News, June 13, 2015. [in Vietnamese]
ArtBusiness.com, October 5, 2013.
Chen, Yvonne. Hearts in San Francisco Auction Successful. World Journal [in Chinese]
2012 Richter, Julie. Artists and Their Hearts Revealed for Eight-Annual 'Hearts in San Francisco' Series. San Francisco: Asian Week, December 4, 2012.
Chang, Richard. Visual Art | Top Events. Orange County Register, December 22, 2012. Featured painting: Hồn Mình Hơn Mình (Our Spirit is Greater Than Us)
Pang, Angela. Time and Time Again: A Retrospective Show of Works by Trinh Mai. San Francisco: Asian Week, November 26, 2012.
Hà, Đức. Năm Cửa Hé Mở (Seven Doors Open). Viet Tribune, July 5, 2012.
2011 Red Wheelbarrow Literary Magazine. Cupertino, CA: National Edition, Vol. 12, 2011. Artwork published on front and back covers.
Jean, Pamela. Gown Envy: Fendi Spread. Naples, FL: Gulfshore Life Magazine, October 2011.
International Dictionary of Artists. Santa Barbara, CA: World Wide Art Books, Vol. 1, 2011.
Interview with Artist Trinh Mai, (Part I and Part II). Decor TiVi: Episode 13. Saigon TV Channel KJLA 57.5 Los Angeles, KTSF 28 San Francisco
Friends Without a Border to host Passage to Angkor at Second Annual Los Angeles Gala, KCTV 5, 2011.
Chang, Richard. Weekend Highlights for Visual Art, photo and announcement, Orange County Register, August 26, 2011.
Hội Họa Và Thi Ca (Marvelous Metaphors: Art As Visual Poetry), Viet Bao Daily News [in Vietnamese]
Ngọc, Lan. Khai Mac triển lãm 'Ẩn Dụ Nhiệm Mầu: Mỹ Thuật Như Thi Ca (Marvelous Metaphors Exhibit Opens), Nguoi Viet Daily News [in Vietnamese]
An Artist's Perspective: The Stories We Share, The Lessons We Learn, One Vietnam Network
Pang, Angela. Vietnamese Artists Showcase Visual Poetry. San Francisco, CA: Asian Week, August 10, 2011.
Ternate, Chris. Artist Paints to Benefit Life. San Francisco, CA: Golden Gate Express, March 8, 2011.
Pang, Angela. Vietnamese American Artist Fundraises for Children's Hospital. San Francisco: Asian Week, January 19, 2011.
Isaacson, Livia. Pretty Much My Favorite, April 27, 2011.
2010 Trung, Tam Ananda. San Jose, CA: Cali Today, Vietnam TV, San Jose, CA
Mac, Vicki. Local Vietnamese Artist Wins AHSC Poster Contest. San Francisco: Asian Week, April 21, 2010.
Trinh Mai: Winner of 6th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration Poster Contest. MYX TV Interview, April 22, 2010.
Trinh Mai: Artist. Elephant Bar Magazine, La Mirada, CA.
Another Generation Cometh. Naples Daily News, May 10, 2010. Exhibition announcement with photograph.
2009 Trinh Mai: Oil on Canvas. Naples, FL: Pulse Magazine, First Annual Artist Issue, 2009: 33
Art House Co-op. Brooklyn, NY: The Canvas Project Encyclopedia, Vol. 2, 2009.
2008 Casciato, Daniel. Speaking to Others. Naples, FL: Moving with Style Magazine: Leaders of 2008, Vol. 10 (Spring 2008): 22
King, Rodney. 'I See' Opens at Tin City. Florida Weekly, November 20, 2008.
King, Rodney. Six Degrees Exhibitions Grand Opening Party. Florida Weekly: Florida Society, December 4, 2008.
Cassell, Michelle. A Spiritual Journey Through Art. Naples Daily News, video interview, September 3, 2008.
Harden, Bob. Interview on the Bob Harden Show, WGUF 98.9, Naples, FL, December 5, 2008.
Green, Erin. CN35: Naples National Network, June 2008. Television interview as leading fine artist of Naples.
Runnells, Charles. Insightful Artwork. The News-Press: Gulf Coasting South, 2008.
A Second Chance. Naples Daily News. June 6, 2008. Exhibition announcement with photograph.
Naples Sun Times. SONA Gallery presents "I Still Am". May 18, 2008.
2005 Nguyen, Hong Dao. Artist's Canvas Tells Her Story. San Jose Mercury News, November 16, 2005.
2004 Dau Vet Cua Mot Tram Nguoi Con Viet (Traces of One Hundred Viets). Viet Mercury, December 2004.
Nguyen, Hong Dao. Artist reflects heritage in work. San Jose Mercury News, December 2004.
Lewis, Andrea. Traces of the Hundred Viets Exhibition, KPFA 94.1, Berkeley, CA. Radio interview as featured artist, 2004.
2002 The Secret Garden: A Collection of Poetry. One poem published.
*Banner from a still from Honoring Life: The Work of Trinh Mai