Welcome to the website of author Robin Sinclair.
January 2020 Update:
"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.
"the emergency cigarette she’d hidden behind sheet music,
Gilbert and Sullivan her grandmother played on Sundays,
before rum shakes and the Mourning After."
Robin's poem, She Goes To The Attic And Considers Dying. has been published in Pink Plastic House. Read it here.
"I can't take out the notebook mid-conversation or mid-sex and take notes, right?"
Robin's essay about a typical writing day is up at My Small Press Writing Day. Read it here.
Robin was featured in Sundress Publications The Wardrobe. Read it here.
Robin was interviewed by Nazlı Karabıyıkoğlu for Marías at Sampaguitas. Read the full interview here.
Letters to My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls was reviewed by Venus Davis. Read the full review here.
Robin's poem, "He Read First From Psalms, Then From Samuel," has been published in issue 28 of Shot Glass Journal. Read it online for free by clicking here.
Letters To My Lover... has received another lovely review. Click here to read the review by Benjamin Schmitt from At The Inkwell.
To Find Other Publications Featuring Robin's Work, Click Here.
Robin's First Book
Robin's first book, Letters to My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls, is now available!
This book of missive poetry discusses issues of self and gender identity, memory, abuse, and mental illness through the letters of Sweet Jane to her lover, Eleanor.
Also Available on Kindle.
"There's something wicked behind your eyes, John. It hides in your past, and no matter how much you lie to yourself, you can't escape it."
The Ghost of Mary
Orphans. Sweet Nothing