Lanny Harrison in "Pianos in the Lamps".
Marcia has created videos for her own songs and poems, as well for as a varied group of authors and musicians. Her work in this area is referenced in The Poetics of Poetry Film (Sarah Tremlett, distributed for Intellect Ltd by University of Chicago Press, 2021).

"The Woman at the Window"

Marcia collaborated with poet Lucy English on the poetry film The Woman at the Window, for The Book of Hours (an online calendar of poetry films inspired by medieval books of hours). Their video was selected for inclusion in the REELpoetry Film Festival (Houston, TX, 2021).

Marcia’s poetry videos have appeared in online journals: "Items Piled Waist High” (Atticus Review) and “If Whales” (South Florida Poetry Journal). The video for her poem “Pianos in the Lamps” was shown at the Bath Fringe Festival, in Bath, England.

"Items Piled Waist High"

"If Whales"

Marcia’s video for Peg Alford Pursell’sThe Map She is Trying to Follow” was screened at the Light Up Poole Festival and the Lighthouse Cinema in Poole, England.

"The Maps She is Trying to Follow

"In Black and White"

"Thin Gold String"

"How to Assess Your Net Worth

Marcia’s video (with drawings by Chris Pelletiere) for the song “Tsunami” (Afro-Jersey) was embedded in Collaborating Across Cultures, Terre Roche’s article in the New York Times (2013).


Additional videos for musicians: “Just Because You Can”, “November”, and “babydaddy” (Catherine Russell); “Angel Sings” (Margaret Dorn); “I Go With You” and “The Prophet” (Nikki Gregoroff); “Rudiana”, “In Just Spring”, “Joy” and “Frosty the Snowman” (The Accidentals); “Spaghetti Song”, “We’ve Got Company” and “Sea Song” (The Sing or Swim Team).

"Just Because You Can"


"Baby Daddy"

"Angel Sings"

"I Go With You"

"The Prophet"


"In Just Spring"



"Spaghetti Song"

"We've Got Company"

"Sea Song"