When I announced the publication of Days of Awe: the Velveteen Rabbi's Machzor for the Yamim Nora'im, several people emailed to find out whether the prayerbook is available in a hardcover edition. It wasn't then, but it is now!
That original post -- which contains information about the book: what's in it, what priorities informed its creation, how it came together, and so on -- has been edited to include links to all three current editions:
and now also available in hardcover $19.59 L to R binding
The covers vary slightly. Both of the editions printed by Lulu have a deep red / almost maroon cover; the cover of the edition available at Amazon is a brighter, lighter red. And the paperback cover and the hardback cover have different designs (though both feature the beautiful pomegranate illustration by Natalia Moroz).
But the interior of all three editions is exactly the same, aside from the interior margin choices which have to do with whether the book is bound like a Hebrew book or like an English one. You will find all of the same prayers, poetry, artwork, photography, kavvanot (intentions), teachings, and texts, no matter which edition you choose.
A few people have asked, so I also want to add -- there are also other Jewish Renewal machzorim which are fantastic. I'm particularly fond of the New Kehilla Machzor edited by Rabbi David Shneyer and Machzor Kol Koreh edited by Rabbi Daniel Siegel. (You can see an excerpt from Kol Koreh in this post from Reb Daniel: Malchuyot, Zichronot, and Shofarot.)
Days of Awe was designed with the needs of my own community in mind, and I'm thrilled that it's being used in a few other communities this year as well -- but if you are interested in Jewish Renewal prayerbooks or in machzorim in general, I commend to you both New Kehilla and Machzor Kol Koreh. With machzorim, as with everything else, there's no single way to "do Renewal."