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Bringhurst, Robert. The Black Canoe: Bill Reid and The Spirit of Haida Gwaii. Photos by Ulli Steltzer. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1991.
Duffek, Karen. Bill Reid: Beyond the Essential Form. UBC Museum of Anthropology Note no. 19. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1986.
Reid, Bill. All the Gallant Beasts and Monsters. Vancouver: Buschlen-Mowatt, 1992.
Reid, Bill and Robert Bringhurst. The Raven Steals the Light. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1984.
Reid, Bill and Bill Holm. Form and Freedom: A Dialogue on Northwest Coast Indian Art. Houston: Rice University Institute for the Arts, 1975.
Reid, Bill and Adelaide de Menil. Out of the Silence. New York: Harper & Row, 1971.
Reid, William, and Robert Bringhurst. 2000. Solitary raven: the selected writings of Bill Reid. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre.
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His work is also illustrated and discussed in Vancouver Art and Artists 1931 – 1983 (1983), by Luke Rombout and various contributors; in Great Work – An Overview of Contemporary British Columbia Artists (1996), by Melanie Gold; in Landmarks of Canadian Art (1978), by Peter Mellen; in Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast (1979), by Hilary Stewart; in Haida – Their Art and Culture 1982), by Leslie Drew; in The Legacy (1980), by Peter Macnair, Alan Hoover, and Kevin Neary; and in The Black Canoe: Bill Reid and the Spirit of Haida Gwaii “(1996), by Terren Iiana Wein. There are also the biographies Bill Reid (1986), by Doris Shadbolt; Bill Reid: Beyond the Essential Form (1986) by Karen Duffek; and Bill Reid – The Making of an Indian (2004) by Maria Tippett.
Books Illustrated, written, or coauthored by Reid include; Indian Art of the Northwest Coast - A Dialogue on Craftsmanship and Aesthetics (1975), by Bill Reid and Bill Holm; The Art - An Appreciation in Arts of the Raven (1967), published by the Vancouver Art Gallery; Out of the Silence (1971), by Bill Reid and Adelaide de Menil; The Haida Legend of the Raven and the First Humans (1980), by Bill Reid; and The Raven Steals the Light (1984), by Bill Reid and Robert Bringhurst.
The television specials about him include “Looking at Art”, CBC July 27/54; “Carvers of the Totem Pole”, CBC Nov.1/57; “The Farewell Screen”, CBC July 19/68; “Globe Trotting: Reid in Paris”, CBC Oct 10/89; “Haida Gwaii in Washington”, CBC Nov.18/91; “The Private Bill Reid”, CBC Mar.1/94; “The Grand Old Man of Haida Art”, CBC Jan.14/96; “The Jade Canoe”, CBC Oct.25/97; “Bill Reid Remembered”, CBC Mar.13/98; ”Portrait of the Artist”, CBC Oct.12/99;”The Spirit of Haida Gwaii” (Concert), CBC Nov.14/02; and “Raven in the Sun: The Life and Times of Bill Reid", CBC Dec.2/03.
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