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Drema Drudge

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Drema Drudge - art historical fiction

Behind The Pen

Behind The Pen host, Karina Kantas is a YouTuber, award-winning author with 13 titles. Radio host and entrepreneur with her business Author Assist, In this episode, she chats with debut author Drema Drudge who with her fascination of art, has written a historical fiction a based on a historical artist., Victorine. https://www.amazon.com/Drema-Drudge/e/B081D76WSM

26mins

19 Aug 2020

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In Her Own Frame: Giving Voice To Victorine w/ author Drema Drudge

That's Aloud!

You know her as the model from Manet's Olympia, and so many other works of art. But did you know that Victorine Meurent was also a celebrated painter? When author Drema Drudge learned that Victorine was more than just a model, she set out to give voice to this creative visionary so that her legacy would no longer be defined entirely by her image as seen through the eyes of men. And while Drema inspires us to give voice to the voiceless, Victorine reminds us of the importance of living in our own frame, lest we end up living in someone else's.  HIGHLIGHT REEL: 1:30 - Victorine Meurent, more than a model 9:00 - Drema's connection to Victorine  10:00 - Get your woo out! 12:00 - All art is collaborative 14:20 - The importance of editing 16:40 - Drema's advice for those who want to write creative non-fiction / historical fiction 20:00 - What artists want 21:30 - How to stop living in someone else's frame 23:00 - Why it's 100% okay to be excited to share your work with the world 24:00 - Where to find Victorine & Drema --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thats-aloud/support

29mins

4 Jun 2020

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Drema Drudge on Writing Her First Published Novel and Vivid Imagination

Storify This Life

Time Stamps and ShownotesDrema talks about having Stendhal's syndrome [2:00]How being in Paris helped bring the subject of her novel to life [4:30]Drema talks about how we are writing our own lives every day [10:30]Talks about her residency in Paris and a few other countries while she was going through the Master of Fine Arts in creative writing program [12:15]Drema talks about how she got her agent and publisher “it’s all about relationships” [15:00]Drema talks about how she had to adjust to her book promoting events being canceled because of Coronavirus. “Help is out there” [18:00]We talk about the idea of getting lost in another world while writing and being able tap into certain dormant traits (in a way) in a safe environment [20:30]Drema shares the #1 tip she’s received from going to grad school for creative writing [22:50]Drema talks about her experience securing a publisher and how she leveraged her agent’s confidence [23:45]Drema talks about her next book on Virginia Woolf [26:45]Drema talks about her secret place to write [29:30]Do introverts use imagination more? [31:00]Drema talks about getting lost in imagination ( the good and the bad) [34:00]Where to find more of Drema [38:40] More of DremaVictorine on AmazonVictorine at Barnes and Noblehttps://dremadrudge.com/

41mins

20 May 2020

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039: Creative Writing Essentials ft. Drema Drudge

The International Connection

This episode of The International Connection is all about creativity. We feature the story of Drema Drudge, who is a published author and a writing coach. This conversation includes various tips and tricks that can help you to get started with creative writing. Drema's story is an inspiration for all the content creators out there, who want to take their creativity to the next level. We talk about the value of creating content even if you have no experience in doing so. More specifically, Drema talks about the importance of journaling your ideas and publishing them frequently. So, if you're a content creator and want to streamline your creative stories, you've got to check out this episode. More about Drema hereMusic by DJ FUZ

29mins

14 Apr 2020

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Round Table Interview with Drema Drudge about Victorine

HERstory on the Rocks

Author, writing coach, and podcaster Drema Drudge spoke with us about her new novel Victorine. Although Victorine Meurent was a talented painter, she is known mostly for her work as a model for famous painter Edouard Manet. Victorine is available today on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.Find out more at https://dremadrudge.com

27mins

17 Mar 2020

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An Interview with Drema Drudge, Author of Victorine

Writing All the Things

Barry Drudge interviews author Drema Drudge about her novel, Victorine. He also shares about the music he created to go with it. If you preorder the novel or order it day of release, send you receipt or a screenshot to: victorinebonus@gmail.com and we will send you a link to download the album for FREE! (Limited time offer!) www.dremadrudge.comSupport the show (https://c6.patreon.com/)

1hr 5mins

5 Mar 2020

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Drema Drudge - Writer/Author : Art is What Makes Life Bearable

The Artist Matters

Welcome to Episode #39 on the week of Thanksgiving. Very thankful for today’s guest, Writer/Author - Drema Drudge. She has been writing since the age of nine, some o which were poems and melodramatic stories.She went to Spalding University and got her MFA in Creative Writing.Her fiction has been published in The Louisville Review, Mused, ATG, Penumbra, Woolf Zine, The Same, as well as in other publications. She is also a regular contributor to the popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Her stories for Chicken Soup have been featured twice on their podcast, and a book her story appeared in was also highlighted on Entertainment Tonight.Her forthcoming novel, Victorine is about a Parisian painter from the time of the Impressionists. It was written in six different countries, if you can believe that. And it’s available for pre-order, due to come out March 2020.You will learn so much about her approach to writing and her process. Common misconceptions people have about writing and great advice for future writers.Thankful you are here and ready to enjoy my chat with Drema Drudge.

52mins

25 Nov 2019