Art 21 Magazine, “Highway to the Sun: Truth and Fiction in Maureen Drennan’s Photography”, Aug 15, 2017

Refinery 29, “Broad Channel, Queens”, Jan 2017


Economic Hardship Reporting Project, “Broad Channel, Queens”, Jan 2017


The New Yorker Photo Booth, “The Year in New Yorker Instagrams”, December, 2016


Huffington Post, “27 Powerful Photo Stories That Captured Our Attention This Year”, Dec 2016


Huffington Post, “What it Means to be an Artist in the Time of Trump”, November, 2016


Aint Bad, "Maureen Drennan", May, 2016


Huffington Post, "Photos of Women and Children Survivors Tell A Different Story About Colombia's Struggles" Oct 7, 2016


American Photo Instagram Feed week of Sep 26, 2016.

Huffington Post, "Photographer Chronicles her Husband's Depression Through Intimate Portraits" Sep 1, 2016

Feature Shoot, "Photographer Copes With Her Husband's Depression Through Self Portraits", Aug 30, 2016


The New Yorker Instagram Feed week of Feb, 15 2016.

Narratively, "Oy, The Things She Hears in Court", Dec 2015.

All the best, Alice, “A Sense of Place”, May 2015.


American Photo, “Where Words Failed Us, The Pictures Filled in the Blanks”, April 2015.


California Sunday Magazine, “The Harvesters”, p.9, December 2014.

UK Telegraph, November, 2014.


The New York Times, “Bouncing Back”, p.8, October 26, 2014.


Creative Time Reports, 13 Ways of Looking at Cannabis,” April 2014.


The New Yorker, “Buzzkill,” p.40, November 2013.


The New York Times - Lensblog, “On a California Farm Where Marijuana Grows,” August 15, 2011.




The L Magazine, “Business Is an Art: Bay Ridge SAW 2014” Paul D’Agostino, May 2014.


Photograph Magazine, “In the Studio”, Adam Ryder, May/June 2014.


New York Photo Review, “The Mellow Farmer”, Ed Barnas, December 2011.


Pittsburgh City Paper, “Program Notes: Sliver Eye Fellowship Award Show,” Bill O’Driscoll, March 17, 2010.


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