Based in London, Sue Hubbard is an award winning poet, a novelist, and freelance art critic. She has twice won the London Writers’ competition and is a Hawthorden Fellow. She was the Poetry Society's first-ever Public Art Poet commissioned by the Arts Council and the BFI to create London's biggest art poem, leading from Waterloo to the IMAX.
Sue’s books of poetry include Everything Begins with the Skin (Enitharmon, 1994), Ghost Station (Salt Publishing, 2004) and The Idea of Islands (Occasional Press, 2010). Her prose work includes a collection of short stories, Rothko’s Red, (2008), a novel, Depth of Field, (2000) and a book on art, Adventures in Art (2010). She was the recipient of a major Arts Council Award for her new novel, Girl in White, based on the life of the expressionist painter and Rilke’s lover, Paula Modersohn-Becker. Her work has also appeared in a number of prestigious anthologies and literary magazines including: Encounter, Acumen, Ambit, Poetry Wales, Poetry London, London Magazine, The Independent, The New Statesman, The Observer and The Irish Times.