Some have a great dream of life, and fall short of it.
Others have no dream, and also fall short of it.
As co-founder of the Arts Council funded Blue Nose Poets (later Writers' Inc) she ran readings and workshops at the Barbican and The Abbey, Sutton Courtney, Oxfordshire. She has taught creative writing at Arvon, Tate Britain and Tate St. Ives, The V&A, The Royal College of Art, Middlesex University, Kings College, London, Birmingham University, The Architectural Association, The Bartlett School of Architecture and Roche Court Sculpture Park. She has also read at many literary venues and festivals including Cambridge, Ilkely, Wirksworth, Kinsale (Ireland), Clifden (Ireland), Listowel Writers Week (Ireland), Wells by the Sea, and The Dylan Thomas Centre.
Sue Hubbard is available for readings.
The Forgetting and Remembering of Air
The Idea of Islands
Everything Begins with the Skin
The Blow-Wow Shop 10 Page 6 Sue Hubbard
Towards A Postmodern British-Jewish Identity:
Contemporary Jewish Women's Poetry in British Culture
An extract from this dissertation with grateful acknowledgement to Lucy Gaughan. University of Southampton, 2008
2014 Whitby Poetry Festival. Joint winner with Helen Mort.
2009 Hawthornden Fellowship, Scotland
2006 Cial Rialaig Writers and Artists' Residency
2005 Cial Rialaig Writers and Artists' Residency
2000 Bursary at Writers' and Translators' Centre, Rhodes
2000 Writer in residence at De La Warr Pavilion
1999 Maeve Binchey Award, The Tyrone Guthrie Centre
1998 Yaddo, USA Ord Foundation Bursary
1997 Yaddo, USA
1997 Hawthornden Fellowship, Scotland
1996 Delfina Arts Trust, Spain