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"THE PRACTICE AND OTHER STORIES AND SELECTED POEMS"-  Xlibris-2005.

"STUFF HAPPENS or MY LIFE AS A MONKEY"- Xlibris- 2008

"BUBBIE AND ZADIE SAVE THE DAY" - Xlibris- 2010 

"PLEASE ASK, DO TELL - THE COLLECTED POEMS" - Xlibris- 2011

"PANDORA'S BOX - NEW COLLECTED POEMS" -  Xlibris -2012

"LAST CALL FOR NEW POEMS" -  Xlibris, 2012

"THE KOOL AID DRINKERS AND OTHER POEMS" - Xlibris, 2013 

From Amazon.Com Review by Felice A. Picano (Los Angeles, CA) -

"This is the second time I've read the stories in Jack Henry Markowitz's collection in less than a year. I've been catapulted back in time--forty years?-- and place-- to the outer boroughs of New York to a time where I grew up--wonderfully and fully. Markowitz captures the rhythmns of speech and the difficulty of thought of his characters to perfection.  The stories center around Brooklyn Jewish New York City life and how second generation Jews made the sometimes uneasy leap from Europe's perilous ghettoes to the "golden medina" of America, without losing their traditions or sense of self. Bravo!"

"Five short stories supplemented by a few examples of insightful verse, this little volume by a Brooklyn native is written with satiric wit and Jewish humor about working class New York characters he had observed during his growing-up years. The author movingly recaptures a time, a place and a people in all their humanity." - Hamilton College Bookshelf Magazine/Fall/2005.

 "The Practice and Other Stories and Selected Poems is well-written and has the potential to be a national bestseller!" - Airleaf Publishing, May, 2006.

 This book is a collection of five of my original short stories and seven of my selected poems: Blind Man - the story of starry eyed youth on the threshold of lost innocence; The Visit - a story about enduring family bonds; The Practice - the story of a family physician whose clients view him more as a shaman than as a doctor; The Fundraiser - the story of an older man who hates his job and his life but who continues to struggle to find a better way; and Coney Island Limey - the story of an eccentric chap from Liverpool who sneaks into war time America under dubious circumstances. The seven poems included in this collection are simply some of my personal favorites. I hope that you will be interested in purchasing this collection and that you will enjoy reading the stories and selected poems.

"STUFF HAPPENS or MY LIFE AS A MONKEY" -  A Novella - 2008 - This book is a fictitious yet semi-autobiographical account of the life of one Dobbin Feldman - a reluctant member of the Baby Boomer generation - full of existential angst and Jewish humor written from the point of view of a first generation Jewish American born into an exceedingly unconventional family situation.

"BUBBIE AND ZADIE SAVE THE DAY" - Illustrated Children's Book (Illustrations by Diane Lucas) - Xlibris -2010.  With illustrations by Diane Lucas this is a rather unusual children's story based on a  Romanian folk fairy tale that was told to me and my siblings by my mother as a rather unusual bedtime story.

"PLEASE ASK, DO TELL - THE COLLECTED POEMS" - A collection of my poetry written over a span of 40 years. Also see http://jckmrkwtz.blogspot.com. This book will be available at www.amazon.com and at  www.Xlibris.com.

"PANDORA'S BOX - NEW COLLECTED POEMS" Xlibris, 2012 -  A collection of some of my most recent poems. This collection can be seen as a bookend to the previously published volume of poems listed above. Also see http://jckmrkwtz.blogspot.com. This book is available at www.amazon.com and at  www.barnesnoble.com, and at www.Xlibris.com.

"LAST CALL FOR NEW POEMS" Xlibris, 2012 -  Mostly new collection of my poems with some of my previously published works as well. This book is available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesnoble.com, and at www.Xlibris.com.

"The Kool Aid Drinkers And Other Poems" Xlibris, 2013 - Mostly new collection of my poems with some of my previously published works as well. This book is available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesnoble.com and at www.Xlibris.com.

 

 

Do people have to buy my book on the Internet?

No. Readers can purchase Xlibris books by telephone at 1-888-795-4274, fax at 610-915-0294, e-mail at orders@xlibris.com, or mail to:

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You may make your purchase these three volumes by clicking on the website link for www.Amazon.com that is conveniently provided at the end of this text. website You may also purchase the books at www.Xlibris.com and www.BarnesNoble.com;or you may also purchase a copy of the books at any retail bookstore by ordering through Books In Print. Thank you for your interest in my work. Om,Peace,Shanti,Shalom.