Welcome to the website of author Robin Sinclair.
December 2020 Update:
Robin's poem, "Okay, Fine" has been published in Poke, a journal of kink and erotica from Pink Plastic House. Read it here.
Robin's piece on the death of Jimmy Webb, "Trash and Lost Moments," was included in Across the Margin's Best Nonfiction of 2020 list.
Robin's latest chapbook, Jeanette Killed Her Husband (And Buried Him Off of Shades of Death Road) (Ghost City Press, 2020) is available for free download here.
Limited edition, signed hard copies are available for purchase here.
"history cycles ruthlessly through the flesh of the poor"
Robin participated in the Muse-Pie Press community poem, which is now available here.
Robin's poems, "Lydia" and "Where It Started," have been republished in The Lost Library. Originally published in the now sadly defunct Gatewood Journal in 2015, they were nearly lost to time. Both poems are now available here.
"Not me, the manic pixie dream queer.
Not you, the happy ending.
All that reflects is the story,
the marks we’ve left behind."
Robin has four new poems published at Across the Margin. Read them here.
"my sex is a crow at the edge of a harvested field,
pecking at dots in dry dirt."
Robin's poem, Sex. was published in Trampset. Read it here.
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Robin's New Chapbook
Robin's new chapbook, Jeanette Killed Her Husband (And Buried Him Off of Shades of Death Road), is now available!
Jeanette is a 2020 Ghost City Press Summer Series selection. A micro-chap of narrative poetry, this cohesive collection discusses themes of revenge, causality, and local folklore.
Purchase a signed, limited edition hard copy here.
Download the eBook (Pay What You Want) here.