In 1896 he graduated from the secondary school and entered Vienna University law faculty. In 1901 his first collection of short stories "Karby" was published. It contained 15 short stories that described local country life. In 1901 Marko Cheremshyna graduated from the University, and in 1912, on the invitation of V. Stefanyk, he opened his office as a lawyer in Snyatyn. Country life topics were typical for the second collection (1925) of the writer as well. And the third book of short stories was published after M. Cheremshyna's death, in 1929.
The writer's works were published more than 30 times. His short stories were translated into German, Czech, Moldavian, Bulgarian, Latvian and Byelorussian languages. On the initiative of UNESKO Marko Cheremshyna centenary was widely celebrated in 1974, June 13.