Rebecca Tantony is a poet, author and facilitator with an MA in Creative Writing. She teaches Performance Poetry and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University. She has worked with those excluded from education, ex-offenders, refugee groups and the elderly, and wholeheartedly believes that everyone has a story that deserves to be heard.
She has been commissioned by Radio 4 and has featured on the BBC and in the Guardian, which described her work as ‘mesmerising’. She’s performed at venues including the Royal Albert Hall and at UK and international music and literary festivals.
Rebecca’s works include Talk You Round Till Dusk (2015) and the Arts Council funded Singing My Mother’s Song (2019).