FREE Inner critic workshop (YS library, Oct. 22)

Please spread the word! It’s going to be fun! For more info: https://greenelibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/search/fq=types:(5a65fa90866d942f009e3ae4)/event/5b5c9ebe31b1973100abb846 Inner Critic Workshop   Monday, October 22, 2018 (6:30PM – 8:00PM) Yellow Springs Community Library Virginia Hamilton Meeting Room Description Rebecca Kuder is offering this engaging workshop that will allow people to rediscover and liberate a sense of play; unleash the creative spark; and demystify & … Continue reading FREE Inner critic workshop (YS library, Oct. 22)

Letter to the inner critic: Day 5 (fragments for the lying liar)

(I blogged here about writing a letter to the inner critic for 30 days. You are still/always welcome to join me! Fragments from today’s letter are below. Disclaimer: The inner critic, for me, is many things, and can sometimes be negotiated with and can sometimes be helpful. Today’s fragments focus on the less helpful aspects, … Continue reading Letter to the inner critic: Day 5 (fragments for the lying liar)

“Go away, you rainsnout…” NOVEMBER! (30 days with the inner critic)

Dear people, I am issuing a gift/challenge/invitation for the month of November (a month I love to abhor, by way of Tom Waits’ “November,” which you can hear him perform here and read lyrics below.). (If you read this after November, it’s never too late. Start anytime! And this does not have to be elaborate. You … Continue reading “Go away, you rainsnout…” NOVEMBER! (30 days with the inner critic)

PRESS & etc

THE EIGHT MILE SUSPENDED CARNIVAL “At the opening of Kuder’s first novel, an injured and amnesiac young woman is found after a tornado sweeps through the area. Mim is immediately adopted and named by the carnival’s curious inhabitants. She discovers a paranormal element to the carnival, between odd creatures and a fortune-teller who can actually … Continue reading PRESS & etc