Fiction Performance on Dec. 11 @ 7pm Eastern

Robert Freeman Wexler and I will perform recent fiction, accompanied by interdisciplinary/sound artist Michael Casselli. Robert will read from his new short story collection, Undiscovered Territories. And I will read from The Eight Mile Suspended Carnival. Please do join us!



Online Launch Party, Nov. 12, 7pm (Pacific)/10pm (Eastern)

Please join me for the online What Books Press Launch party, hosted by Skylight Books! I will read from my debut novel, The Eight Mile Suspended Carnival, alongside poets Maureen Alsop and M. L. Williams. For more information, or to register, please visit the event page. (Please note the event will be held at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern.)

Antioch University LA Literary Uprising (May 7, Columbus, Ohio)

Rebecca in Glen Helen
always trying to fly

Thrilled that I’ll be reading in Columbus on May 7 at the Antioch University LA Literary Uprising!

Check it out:

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Hosted by Barbara Fant, the Antioch University LA Literary Uprising will feature readings from Erica FloydJake BaileyMelissa BentonRebecca KuderChristine Waloszczyk, and Jahzerah Brooks.

For more details, please visit the Two Dollar Radio HQ website at

It’s going to be a great night, so please join us!

Reading at Antioch College Local Writer Series

I'll be reading on Wed., Nov. 12, 7pm, at the Coretta Scott King Center at Antioch College.
I’ll be reading on Wed., Nov. 12, 7pm, at the Coretta Scott King Center at Antioch College.

I’ve been invited to read from my novels and shorter work at the Antioch College Local Writer Series. The reading will be on Wednesday, November 12, at 7pm at the Coretta Scott King Center at Antioch College (Livermore Street, across the street from the main Antioch towers). The event is free and open to the public, and I hear there will be snacks (and maybe a little glitter!).

Wexler reading, Burkett to accompany (March 9)

From a press release someone sent me the other day…I hear he’ll be reading in English, not French.

Robert Freeman Wexler will read from his novel The Painting and the City, Tuesday, March 9, 7 pm, at the Yellow Springs Library, 415 Xenia Avenue, 937-352-4003. He will be accompanied by Brady Burkett of Stark Folk on electric guitar. The Painting and the City tells a story of art and its conflict with commerce, the way art can (literally) reshape the world, and the consequences of such a reshaping. Wexler’s surreal cityscapes combine with Burkett’s guitar improvisation to create a unique listening experience.”