ANTONIA PHILLIPS RABB's poetry has been culled from the richness of her life in New England, transplanted to South Florida where it continues to flourish. It is this love of the word, the sounds of the muse, which inspires and delights her readers.
An alumnus of Mt. Holyoke College and a member of The New England Poetry Club, she attended Boston University and became a protégé of the late Professor, John Holmes, who held the poetry seat at Tufts University.
Antonia Phillips Rabb's great passion is reading for groups of small gatherings. Pursuing that passion she has given many readings on television, radio and in bookstores country wide. She has read at the Boston Public Library and given seminars at Harvard's Learning in Retirement, Radcliffe College, Pine Manor Junior College, The Berkshire School, Hebron Academy and Pine Crest in Florida. The recipient of several grants, she has taught at the Boston Aid to the Blind, as well as senior centers and numerous public schools, in Newton, Brookline, and Marblehead Ma.
Her joy has been inspiring the works of others, some of whom had never written before. In this, she has been a facilitator in many creative writing groups in Broward County libraries and Community Centers as she had done in her native Boston.
Upon moving to Florida with her husband, Louis Indeck, her teaching career resumed as she became the facilitator of creative writing groups in the libraries and Community Centers of South Florida. Ms. Rabb is a mother of six married children and the grandmother of seventeen. Ms. Rabb is dedicated to the writing of memoirs, the writings compiled for families, answers to the questions children ask about those who came before them. She is currently available for readings and coaching of groups. You can contact Antonia by calling 954-347-6679 or Click her to E-mail.