VIRTUAL PROGRAM | Local Author Series: Creating the Adventurous Woman
Join author Marcia Cebulska as she gives an interactive presentation about her humorous yet moving novel, WATCHING MEN DANCE, and how she created Ava, its spirited main character. Ava Paputsakis embodies a huge zest for life but struggles between her pull to adventure and her need for home and family. Ava's fascination with other cultures leads her to Jesse, a Makah Indian dancing on the streets of Seattle, and their marriage which reveals both a celebration of difference and a collision of goals. In "Creating the Adventurous Woman," Cebulska will discuss the evolution of her book, her own life experiences leading to its creation, and how the novel speaks to women. Cebulska encourages her readers to explore creative outlets and find the adventurous woman in each of us. The author will read a few short excerpts, create a dialogue with the audience, and respond to questions.
Join us to...
- Imagine the impossible.
- Play with the ordinary.
- Create the life you want to live.
Marcia Cebulska grew up in Chicago and has spent most of her career writing for the stage and screen. Her critically acclaimed plays have been produced at thousands of venues worldwide and her screenwriting aired on PBS. She has received the Jane Chambers International Award, the Dorothy Silver Award, and several Master Artist Fellowships. Marcia's guided journal SKYWRITING was released in 2019. Marcia has lived in New York, Seattle, Miami, London, Copenhagen, and on the Greek Island of Crete but now lives in Topeka, Kansas with her husband, historian, Tom Prasch.
Where to buy Watching Men Dance
Rainy Day Books
Located in Fairway, KS.
Call to check availability: 913-384-3126
Other local book stores may have her book in stock, or order online via Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and other online book sellers.