Flatlands is a new novel by UEA alumna Sue Hubbard and is published this week by Pushkin Press. Sue graduated from the MA in Creative Writing at UEA in 1995. She is a freelance art critic, lecturer, broadcaster, and writer, and has twice won the London Writers’ Competition for her poetry. Her first novel Depth of Field was published in 2000, and was followed by Girl In White in 2012 and Rainsongs in 2018. She published her first collection of short stories, Rothko’s Red, in 2008. A selection of her art writings, Adventures in Art, was published by Other Criteria in 2010, and as an art critic she has written regularly for The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, Time Out, The New Statesman, and many art magazines. Her poetry collections include Everything Begins With The Skin (1994), Ghost Station (2004), The Idea Of Islands (2010), The Forgetting And Remembering Of Air (2014), and Swimming to Albania, published by Salmon Poetry last year.