Victoria Bennett is a poet, creative activist, and full-time home-educating mother, and has facilitated creative experiences for the past 25 years. Her work focuses in particular on how we tell our personal narratives, and she has worked extensively in the field of writing for awareness, advocacy, and healing. Winner of the Northern Promise Award and the Andrew Waterhouse Award for Poetry, Victoria has published four collections of poetry and been featured in several anthologies. She holds a Master of Arts in Creative Writing from Lancaster University. She has collaborated with Adam Clarke for the last 25 years on a wide range of projects, including Wood and Pixels, the 2016 Bernheim Residency, through which they responded as a family to the environment and the stories within it to create a series of photographs, poems, and immersive Minecraft experiences; and My Mother's House, a recipient of The Writing Platform Bursary to explore literature and technology, which has achieved global interest for its use of video gaming to address the experience of caring for a parent through terminal cancer and death. She lives in Cumbria, in northwest England.