Robin Sinclair (they/them) is a queer, trans writer of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Their debut full-length poetry collection, Letters To My Lover From Behind Asylum Walls (Cosmographia Books, 2018), discusses themes of identity, gender, and mental illness.
Their chapbook, SOMEONE ELSE'S SEX (Bull City Press, 2023), is about living and surviving as a damaged trans person in a damaged world. It is about sex, the commodification of queer history, the collateral damage of the closet, bigotry, finding love, and trying to heal. All author proceeds are donated to the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund.
Their work can be found in various journals and anthologies, including Trampset, Pidgeonholes, and Black Telephone Magazine.
Robin would love to read at your event - click here to contact Robin. Robin will read at your open mic, book store, library, bar, coffee shop, in your basement, in an alley, in a cemetery, in your closet, or anywhere else poetry can happen. And poetry happens everywhere.