Other than seeing my previous work printed in newspapers, these were printed in magazines, NJ Stage, Living With Cancer Health Monitor, and Proactive Advisor Magazine. I’m always thankful to see my work published online and in print. Click on each image to see it larger.
ˈter ˌSHēt/
plural noun: tearsheets
  1. a sheet or page torn from a magazine, journal, or the like, as one containing an advertisement and sent to the advertiser as proof of publication.

From Wikipedia:

In advertising, a tear sheet is a page cut or torn from a publication to prove to the client that the advertisement was published. Media buying agencies are often required by clients to provide tear sheets along with a post analysis of any advertising campaign. Tear sheets are also used by writers and photographers as proof that their article or photo was published.