Toni Stuart is a South African poet, performer and spoken word educator. Her work has been published in anthologies, journals and non-fiction books locally and abroad. She has collaborated with artists from a range of disciplines. Her performances include I Come To My Body As A Question with flamenco company dotdotdot, at Sadlers Wells Theatre (London, 2016 & 2017) and a group show at the Paris Autumn Festival 2013 (as part of France South Africa Seasons 2012/2013). In 2014 was part of the Scottish Poetry Library’s Commonwealth Poets United exchange. In 2013 she was named in the Mail and Guardian’s list of 200 inspiring Young South Africans. She has an MA Writer/Teacher (Distinction) from Goldsmiths, University of London, where she was a 2014/2015 Chevening Scholar. She is one half of international poetry/music duo Gertrude & Jemima with UK poet/drummer Remi Graves. She was the founding curator of Poetica, at Open Book Festival.
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