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... having reviews and articles written of me in The New York Press.

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... having reviews and articles written about me in The New York Press.

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Featuring perhaps? –  mplungjan May 16 '11 at 12:53
    
Featuring is good, but has its own implications. This is also a fragment in a long list of fragments: "About my life: settling in New York, opening my ..., exhibiting..., having reviews written ...", so simple is better. –  Bobbi Bennett May 16 '11 at 13:11
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I recommend about. In this context of is incorrect, and cannot be used with the meaning that you indend. The word on is possible, but in this context the word on could be misinterpreted, and doesn't flow as naturally as about.

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+1 And I find it interesting that the OP uses "about" in the title anyway. ^_^ –  Robusto May 16 '11 at 12:51
    
Thank you thank you!<br> Later in the ms the writer says <br>A journalist wrote of me "...blah ..."<br> which seems correct –  Bobbi Bennett May 16 '11 at 12:53
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@Bobbi: yes, to "write something of someone" is idiomatic, to "write of someone" less so. –  Colin Fine May 16 '11 at 12:59
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I would definitely go with about.

But the only one that doesn't make much sense is of.

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