Born in New Brunswick, NJ, and later moving to Florida, r.h. Sin comes from a place where a life of pain is the norm and destruction is a constant. Through an early love for reading and writing, r.h. Sin was able to pull away from some of the social distractions that plagued so many of his peers. After returning to the northeast and moving to New York in pursuit of love, the young modern poet found that and much more.
"R.H. Sin uses poetry to share his accounts of heartbreak and
unhealthy relationships. He speaks of his muse, who is every woman
who has struggled to find love and felt like she wasn't worthy of
it." (Dominique Etzel, Alloy)
"That [past] relationship continues to fuel his writing, which encourages women to dump lesser men, avoid jerks, and stand up for what they want." (Sheila Marikar, The New Yorker)