Upcoming PUBLIC events:
Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas
Saturday, September 18, 9-4 pm
2021 Kansas Authors Club State WRiting Conference & Convention, Topeka Kansas
October 9th & 10th
Marcia will lead the workshop: A Jail and a Flood: Writing Transformative Fiction
More information and registration HERE
for book clubs:
DISCOUNT PRICING for Book Clubs!
For orders of 5 or more books, both the novel WATCHING MEN DANCE and the guided journal SKYWRITING, your group can receive a discount on print copies autographed by Cebulska.
CONTACT US HERE for specific information.
VIRTUAL VISITS to Your Book Club!
Cebulska is available to drop-in for a virtual chat about either of her books with your book club.
CONTACT US HERE to schedule a time.
Book Club Discussion Questions:
Watching Men Dance
-What does the Prologue say about Ava's spirit and personality? How is her spirit evidenced later in the book?
-Jesse is called a variety of disparaging or denigrating names during the course of the book. Why do you think the author incorporated this kind of name calling? Why did those characters use those names?
-The book visits several holidays. In what ways to the holidays conform or not to our standard view of American celebration? To your own holiday celebrations?
-The author has included many food descriptions in this novel. Why do you think she did that?
-In what ways does Ava's journey home paralleled Homer's Odyssey? In what ways do they differ?
for writers groups:
CEBULSKA WILL VIRTUALLY ATTEND YOUR WRITERS GROUP
Marcia has years of experience teaching creative writing and leading writing and journaling groups. CONTACT US HERE for further information about how she may be able to work with your group or organization.