Sue Hubbard is a freelance art critic, novelist, award-winning poet, lecturer and broadcaster.

Her poems have been read on Radio 3 and Radio 4 and she has contributed to
many arts programmes including Kaleidoscope, Poetry Please, Night Waves and The Verb.


Sue Hubbard's latest novel Rainsongs
Published by Duckworth and Overlook Press NY.

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'For her keen and gracious insights into the relentless grieving process, for her transcendent evocation of the rough charm and enduring splendor of Ireland’s rural treasures, Hubbard deserves a place in the literary pantheon near Colm Tóibín, Anne Enright, and William Trevor.'
Carol Haggas, American Library Association


'A lyrical evocation of Ireland's fragile, ancient coastline reveals a poet's sensibility.
This multi- layered story of love and loss, of a woman 'erased by grief', who finds solace in the
heart of a community that is threatened from within, is exceptionally moving. This book will stay with you.'
Eleanor Fitzsimons

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