You can find Rogue Fencing mentioned in the following publications!

Great Big Story

If this were the Middle Ages, Tanya Smith would probably be a knight. She and her posse of female fighters train in European martial arts, following lessons and techniques of master swordsmen from the 14th century and onward. When she first started practicing, Smith was one of the only women in a style of fighting largely dominated by men. Now, she and her crew are carving out their own space

Village Voice

Listening to Tanya Smith talk about her longsword fighting strategy is like hearing a battle-scarred general talk tactics.

New York Post

Pre-gaming for Game of Thrones at the Historical European Martial Arts' "Fecht Yeah" sword fighting tournament.


Being a fighter means not only studying techniques, but also learning to face whatever has to be faced, whether in the ring or real life.