Sotère Torregian is on the verge of homelessness.
Please help and get the word out to as many as you can.
Sotère’s birthday is on June 25th. Please get the word out that on June 25 we can wildly from all directions love blast Torregian with donations to keep him afloat. Thank you to everyone. This money goes directly into his checking account which hovers above the zero line.
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Sotère Torregian made his debut in the Young American Poets (1969), edited by Paul Carroll. He has devoted almost 60 years of his life to Poetry, still proclaiming himself a French Surrealist in outlook and a Revolutionary in politics (the two often coincide with his poetic output). His hand-scripted letters sent all over the world, to friends and others, have been extensive, openly sharing his postal address for those interested in writing to him. NOT OWNING A COMPUTER, CHOOSING TO RETURN TO BASICS; — pens, pencils, paper, his 1945 Smith Corona Portable Typewriter, — as well as Elmer's Glue and scissors — to make his poems, Sotère Torregian's works to date include numerous books of poetry and other writings, the latest being
ENVOY, Punch Press, 2010;
ON THE PLANET WITHOUT VISA, Coffee House Press, 2012;
THE AGE OF GOLD (REDUX), Rêve à Deux , 2015;
SURREAL ADVENTURER, Rêve à Deux , 2015;
AMALGAM, Ugly Duckling Presse, 2019.
- Laura Mullen
- Steven Manuel
- Eric Powell
Organizer and beneficiary