Robin's work has been published in various magazines and journals, including Gatewood Journal, Across the Margin, Shot Glass Journal, Black Heart Magazine, Red Bird Chapbooks, The Cerurove, Yes Poetry, and Pidgeonholes.
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Letters To My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls, Cosmographia Books, October 2018.
And The Wolf, Marías at Sampaguitas, July 2019.
Gratitude, Marías at Sampaguitas, July 2019.
He Read First From Psalms, Then From Samuel, Shot Glass Journal Issue 28, June 2019.
He, A Poppy Field. NILVX II(I): Divine Androgyne. March 2019.
The Voices of #MeToo (Compilation), YesPoetry, September 2018.
Ode to Molly, Across The Margin, July 2018.
Take The Back Roads To Her, Across The Margin, July 2018.
Where to Find Me, National Poetry Month, AngelHouse Press, April 2018.
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Perfume, The Cerurove Issue 1, November 2017.
How It Happened, Yes Poetry #MeToo Series, October 31, 2017.
Before Winter, Shotglass Journal Issue 22, June 2017.
Barcode Girl is Dead, Pidgeonholes: VERDA. May 2017.
Hollow Bodies, Red Bird Chapbooks Weekly Reads, February 14 2017 Edition.
A Gift To Keep, Freaks N Geeks Magazine, Issue 6, January 2016
Ted's Girlfriend's Panties, Black Heart Magazine, July 19, 2015 Edition.
Where It Started, Gatewood Journal, May 12, 2015 Edition.
A New Religion, Freaks N Geeks Magazine, Issue 3. May 2015
Day Drunk with Falstaff, Opening Line Literary Zine, April 2015 - Fools & Great Minds(Finalist, Dover Publications Shakespeare Poetry Contest)
On The Other Side of the World, Cahaba River Literary Journal, Spring 2015
Left Turn (Microfiction), Matchbook, Ad Series Volume 5, August 2017
Why Jason Carpatti is Dead (Short Story), Opening Line Literary Zine, Winter 2016
Orphans. Honored Dead Day. Graphic Novels. Poetry. Noir
Letters To My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls. Robin Sinclair