Sue Hubbard is a poet, novelist, art critic and lecturer and is a regular contributor to The Independent and The New Statesman where she writes on contemporary art. She has written widely, including for The Independent on Sunday, Art Review, Contemporary, Tate, Third Text and The RA Magazine. She has also written catalogue essays on many leading artists.
Twice winner of the London Writers competition Hubbard was the Poetry Society's first-ever Public Art Poet, and in 2006 she was awarded a major Arts Council Literary Award. She has published several collections of poems, including Everything Begins with the Skin and Ghost Station. Her latest collection of short stories is Rothko's Red and Other Stories. Depth of Field, her first novel, was published in 2000. John Berger called it a "remarkable first novel."