Rebecca is a London-based writer. Non-fiction publications include:
1843 (formerly Intelligent Life – The Economist’s ideas, culture and lifestyle magazine)
Royal Academy of Arts Magazine
Royal Society of Literature Review
The Sunday Times
The World of Interiors
Easy Jet Magazine
The Jewish Chronicle
The Word Factory
Addiction Today Journal
Marvin Gaye Chetwynd
Amica Dall – Assemble Architects
Rebecca’s fiction appears in Salt’s Best British Short Stories 2015 anthology.
As winner of the 2014 Word Factory Apprenticeship, Rebecca was mentored by the writer Stella Duffy, and in 2013 was awarded a bursary from The Literary Consultancy, supported by Spread The Word. Rebecca’s work also appeared in the 2013 Bridport Prize Anthology.
Rebecca’s fiction has been shortlisted or placed in competitions including The Manchester Fiction Award, Bridport Flash Fiction Prize, Ambit Fiction Prize, Bridport Short Story Prize, Fish Short Fiction Prize, Bristol Short Story Award, National Flash Fiction Day, Big Issue in the North Award, The Bath Short Story Award, Sean O’Faolin Prize, The Lightship Prize and Ilkley’s Literature Festival Short Fiction Competition.
Matter, The Bridport Anthology, Ambit, Litro, The Big Issue in the North anthology, The View From Here, Ink Sweat & Tears, The Pygmy Giant, Stories for Homes anthology for Shelter, Cease, Cows
Author interviewer for the Word Factory website, Rebecca has been a submissions reader for the literary magazine Ambit, has led Life Writing courses for Haringey Literature Live, children’s creative writing courses in Swiss Cottage, as well as courses on writing about art held at the Royal Academy of Arts.
In a former life, Rebecca was a Play Development Worker in Dalston and a physical needs worker at Laburnum Boat Club. She misses these jobs, but doesn’t miss getting wet.
Rebecca’s MA in Writing (Distinction) at Sheffield Hallam University was awarded the A.M. Heath Agency Award.