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How to Order Marcia Falk's Books & Prints:

The Days Between is available as a hardcover and ebook from Brandeis University Press, independent booksellers, Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

Illuminated Verses from The Song of Songs: All prints are in archival mats, suited for framing in an 11" x 14" frame. $150, plus shipping and handling. Please identify the print(s) you are ordering by number. To order, send e-mail to Marcia.

My Son Likes Weather costs $20 plus shipping and handling and is available from the author. Please send e-mail for more information.

The Spectacular Difference is available from stores that carry university press books and from other independent bookstores that sell poetry. It can also be ordered directly from Hebrew Union College Press.

The Book of Blessings is not currently in print but may be purchased directly from the author at the following prices:

1-3 books: $55 each, plus shipping and handling
4 or more books: $50 each, plus shipping and handling

To order, please send e-mail.

The Song of Songs is now available in a new edition. It can be ordered directly from the publisher, Brandeis University Press/University Press of New England.

With Teeth in the Earth is available from stores that carry university press books and from other independent bookstores that sell poetry. It can also be ordered directly from Small Press Distribution.

A limited number of copies of Marcia Falk's original poem sequence It Is July in Virginia, which won the Gertrude Claytor Award of the Poetry Society of America, are available from the author. This is a letterpress book, 8 3/4" x 12 1/2", handsewn and bound in cloth over boards, printed at Rara Avis Press on Mohawk Superfine paper in a limited edition of 125 copies, numbered and signed by the author. It includes an original, handprinted wood engraving by book artist Barry Moser. Price is $150. To order, please send e-mail.

This Year in Jerusalem is no longer in print. You can read more of Marcia Falk's poetry in The Book of Blessings.

 

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