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Brian Eno is a musician, composer, record producer, singer, and visual artist, known as one of the principal innovators of ambient music.
- Music for Non-Musicians, c1970. privately published in 25 copies none of which are known to exist today, according to Eno’s management, Opal Ltd., London. The essay is discussed in Eno and Mills, More Dark than Shark.
- [Text for a lecture to Trent Polytechnic], 1974. Quoted in Eno and Mills, More Dark than Shark.
- "Shedding Light on Obscure Records", Street Life, 15-28 Nov 1975.
- with Peter Schmidt, Oblique Strategies, London, 1975; rev., London, 1978; 1979, ARG. 
- "Generating and Organizing Variety in the Arts", Studio International 984, Nov/Dec 1976, pp 279-83; repr. in Breaking the Sound Barrier: A Critical Anthology of the New Music, ed. Gregory Battcock, New York: Dutton, 1981, pp 129-141; excerpts repr. in Systems, ed. Edward A. Shanken, London: Whitechapel Gallery & Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2015, pp 166-171.
- with Peter Schmidt, "Peter Schmidt and Brian Eno", Arts Review 29, 9 Dec. 1977, pp 737-738.
- "Ambient Music", liner notes for Ambient 1: Music for Airports, Ambient Records / EG Records, 1978. LP/cassette.  .
- [Self-Regulation and Autopoiesis in Contemporary Music], 1978. Unpublished paper. Slated for appearance in an anthology that never materialized, this essay is quoted in Eno and Mills, More Dark than Shark.
- Video-installatie Mistaken Memories of Medieval New York, 1981, Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1982, 2 pp.
- "Pro Session: The Studio as Compositional Tool", in two parts, Down Beat 50, Jul 1983, pp 56-57, and Down Beat, Aug 1983, pp 50-52.
- Works Constructed with Sound and Light: Extracts from a talk given by Brian Eno following the opening of his video installation, Copenhagen, January 1986, London: Opal, 1986.
- Brian Eno: Place #13, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Dublin: Douglas Hyde Gallery, 1986, 15 pp.
- with Russell Mills, More Dark than Shark, London: Faber and Faber, 1986, 144 pp. With commentaries by Rick Poynor.
- A Year With Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno's Diary, Faber & Faber, 1996, 424 pp.
- with Mimmo Paladino, I dormienti, Alberico Cetti Serbelloni, 2002, 112 pp. With CD. (Italian)
- "Ambient Music", in Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music, eds. Christoph Cox and Daniel Warner, Bloomsbury, 2004, pp 94-97. Written in 1996.
- with John Thackara, Eternally Yours: Time in Design, 010 Publishers, 2005, 288 pp.
- with Harold Pinter, John Le Carré, Richard Dawkins, Michel Faber, Haifa Zangana, Not One More Death, Verso, 2006, 69 pp, ARG.
- "How the Sahel was turned into a desert by good intentions: Western medical aid, the introduction of cash crops, the drilling of deep boreholes and tons of free grain were all supplied to avert disasters, only to become the engines of greater disasters", in Formulas for Now, ed. Hans Ulrich Obrist, Thames & Hudson, 2008. 
- "Foreword", in Stafford Beer, Think Before You Think: Social Complexity and Knowledge of Knowing, Wavestone Press, 2009.
- Zaobilazne strategije: razgovori 1973-1984 [Oblique Strategies], eds. Slobodan Cicmil and Goran Vejvoda, afterw. Slobodan Cicmil, Belgrade: Radionica Sic, 1986, 236 pp. See also handwritten Q&A with Eno realised in preparation for the book. (Serbo-Croatian)
- Riccardo Bertoncelli, Brian Eno, Milan: Arcana, 1982. (Italian)
- Eric Tamm, Brian Eno: His Music and the Vertical Color of Sound, 1989; updated edition, Da Capo Press, 1995.
- David Sheppard, On Some Faraway Beach: The Life and Times of Brian Eno, Orion, 2008, 504 pp.
- Geeta Dayal, Brian Eno's Another Green World, Continuum/Bloomsbury, 2009, 134 pp. 
- Christopher Scoates, Brian Eno: Visual Music, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2013.
- Sean Albiez, David Pattie (eds.), Oblique Music, Bloomsbury, 2014, 240 pp.