Lucille Lang Day

Lucille Lang Day is the author of four poetry collections: Infinities, Wild One, Fire in the Garden, and Self-Portrait with Hand Microscope, which was selected by Robert Pinsky for the Joseph Henry Jackson Award in Literature. She has also published a poetry chapbook, Lucille Lang Day, Greatest Hits 1975-2000, and her poetry and prose have appeared widely in magazines and anthologies. The founder and director of Scarlet Tanager Books and the director of the Hall of Health, a museum in Berkeley, she received her M.A. and M.F.A. in creative writing from San Francisco State University, and her M.A. in zoology and Ph.D. in science and mathematics education from the University of California at Berkeley.

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Marcia Falk

Marcia Falk is a poet, translator and liturgist whose knowledge of the Bible and of Hebrew and English literature informs the feminist spiritual vision present in her work. A practicing artist who brings a painter’s sense of visual imagery and balance to her writing, she is currently working on oil pastels to accompany passages from her books.

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