Sue Hubbard

Sue Hubbard is an award-winning poet, novelist and freelance art critic. Her poetry collections include Everything Begins with the Skin (Enitharmon), Ghost Station (Salt), The Idea of Islands (Occasional Press) and The Forgetting and Remembering of Air (Salt). As the Poetry Society’s official Public Art Poet, she was responsible for London’s largest public art poem at Waterloo and her poems have been recorded for the Poetry Archive. She has published a collection of short stories, Rothko’s Red (Salt), as well as two novels: Depth of Field (Dewi Lewis) and Girl in White (Cinnamon Press), for which she was awarded a major Arts Council Award. Fey Weldon called Girl in White ‘a literary tour de force’. As an art critic, she has written regularly for The Independent, The New Statesman and many leading art magazines. Her selected art writings, Adventures in Art, was published by Other Criteria. Her third novel, Rainsongs, is due from Cinnamon press this autumn.