Sue Sinclair is the author of five collections of poetry, all of which have won or have been nominated for national and/or regional awards. Her most recent book is Heaven’s Thieves, winner of the 2017 Pat Lowther Award. Sue has a PhD in philosophy and wrote her dissertation on the subject of beauty. She was also inaugural critic-in-residence for CWILA (Canadian Women in the Literary Arts). She currently lives in Fredericton, where she teaches creative writing at the University of New Brunswick and is at work on a collaborative erasure of Frankenstein, a project undertaken with her students as well as with incarcerated and non-incarcerated members of the Walls to Bridges Collective.