Over the years the California Society of Printmakers has produce a variety of publications. Currently we publish an annual Journal, The California Printmaker, which is an international publication focused on current and critical issues in contemporary printmaking; and a bi-monthly newsletter, Relevant Ink.
In 2013 the California Society of Printmakers publish a Centennial Book, California Society of Printmakers: One Hundred Years, 1913–2013.
This 330 page book has more than 380 illustrations. It was designed by photographer and printmaker Joe Ramos. It has seven essays ranging from personal reflections to documented history, from a diversity of authors: Karin Breuer, Curator in Charge, Achenbach Foundation For Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; Daniel Lienau, founder and proprietor of The Annex Galleries, Santa Rosa, CA; Art Hazelwood, printmaker, book artist, and independent curator, San Francisco, CA; Maryly Snow, emerita art librarian UC Berkeley, former CSP Historian, and printmaker; Sylvia Solochek Walters, emerita professor of art, San Francisco State University and renown woodcut artist; Sherry Smith Bell, former CSP President and print publisher; and David R. Jones, Director, Anchor Graphics, Columbia College of Art, Chicago, IL. The essays are followed by a catalog of 2013’s current 250 artist and honorary members, followed by eight appendices, a glossary, bibliography, and index.