- 1. F. A. P. Barnard, "Theory of Magic Squares and Cubes", Nat. Academy of Sciences, Vol IV, Sixth Memoir, 1888, pp 207-270.
- 2. Dr. C. Planck, "The Theory of Paths Nasic", Printed for private distribution in 1905.
- 3. John R. Hendricks, "Magic Squares to Tesseracts by Computer", self-published, 1998, 0-9684700-0-9.
- 4. Akira Hirayama & Gakuho Abe, "Researches in Magic Squares", Osaka Kyoikutosho, 1983, pp.168-169.
- 5. William H. Benson and Oswald Jacoby, Magic Cubes: New Recreations, Dover, 1981.
- 6. Dwane Campbell, "Cubical Magic", Old Farmers Almanac, 1979, p82.

- The Old Farmers Almanac Had a puzzle section in the 60's and 70's often containing magic squares.
- Harvey Heinz's Magic Cube Site Has many examples of a wide variety of magic figures as well as good discussions.
- John Hendricks' Magic Cube Site Has a wide variety of magic figures.
- Aale de Winkel's Site An encyclopedia of magic terms defined in a precise style.
- Nakamura's Site Much original research on cubes.
- Walter Trumps' Site The first perfect order 5 cube and more.
- Alan Grogono's Site Pan-Magic Squares.
- Charlie Kelly's Site Magic Squares and Hypercubes "with a generator".
- Magic Cubes A section within DelphiForFun contains a generator.
- Dave Everitt's Site Has a 3-D Magic Cube Viewer.
- Soni Abhinav's Site Has a generator and links to other generators.