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. Her play Now Let Me Fly, commissioned for the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board decision, was directed by Academy-Award winner Kevin Willmott. Marcia's guided journal Skywriting was released in 2019. Her first novel, "Watching Men Dance" was released in September, 2020. Marcia lives in Topeka, Kansas with her husband, historian Tom Prasch.