Writers @ Write by the Sea
Sue Hubbard is an art critic, novelist and poet who has contributed regularly to a wide range of publications including the New Statesman and The Independent, and has also written for The Guardian and The Observer. She has contributed to many arts programmes, including Kaleidoscope, Front Row, Night Waves and Sky News. Twice winner of the London Writers’ Award, her poems have been read on BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4 and she is well known for her poem Eurydice – London’s largest public art poem – which stretches across Waterloo station, made possible by a grant from BFI and The Arts Council. Rainsongs is her third novel.