Marsha Scarbrough
Marsha Scarbrough

While studying journalism at the University of Southern California, Marsha Scarbrough was named Guest Feature Editor of Mademoiselle Magazine, an honor that included travel to New York City and Peru.

A graduate of the Directors Guild of America's prestigious Assistant Directors Training Program, Marsha spent 17 years scheduling, planning and running the sets of major feature films, prime time television series, movies of the week and network sitcoms. She has handled logistics, organization and administration for various directors including Clint Eastwood, Leonard Nimoy, Blake Edwards and Carl Reiner.

She wrote, produced and directed the award-winning children's video, The Magic of Martial Arts, which has been honored with the Gold Award from the National Association of Parenting Publications, the Award of Excellence from the Film Advisory Board and the KIDS FIRST! endorsement from the Coalition for Quality Children's Media.

As a freelance journalist, Marsha has had over 75 articles published in national magazines such as TV Guide, Body & Soul, Natural Home & Garden and Millimeter: The Motion Picture and Television Production Magazine. As a contributing editor for Written By: The Magazine of the Writers Guild of America, West, Marsha interviewed Hollywood's most prominent screen and television writers.

Along the way, Marsha traveled with Buddhist teacher Joan Halifax, danced with movement guru Gabrielle Roth, earned a brown belt in karate from martial arts legend Tak Kubota, participated in healing ceremonies with Native American mystic Beautiful Painted Arrow/Joseph Rael and produced workshops for a Nigerian master drummer/Yoruba ceremonial leader.See Marsha in action at www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHv036lVQXI

Marsha, who was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Find out more about Marsha on www.marshascarbrough.com


Books by Marsha Scarbrough

Medicine Dance

One woman's healing journey into the world of Native.American Shamanism

Aug 2007

...like Eat, Pray, Love but without food or water.

Honey in the River

Shadow, Sex and West African Spirituality

May 2015

Single White Female falls in love with a polygamous West African shaman and explores his indigenous spirituality.

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