From: Almost Beauty


Ross Leckie speaks on the power of Sue Sinclair’s poetry and her mastery of language. He examines various poems of hers, common themes in her work, philosophical questions she confronts, and her influences.



Ross Leckie

Ross Leckie was born in Lachine, Quebec, in 1953. He has degrees from McGill, Concordia and the University of Toronto, and teaches literature and creative writing at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. His work has appeared in leading Canadian and American literary reviews, and he is the author of a previous collection of poems A Slow Light (Signal Editions, Véhicule Press, 1983).