Writer/photographer Scot Sothern bounced around for forty years.  In 2010, at sixty, his first solo exhibit, LOWLIFE, photos and stories of life with street prostitutes, was held at the notorious Drkrm Gallery in Los Angeles.  His first book of the same title was published in the U.K. by Stanley Barker in 2011. The British Journal of Photography called LOWLIFE, “The years’ most controversial photobook.” Scot’s work has since been exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, London, and Paris.  In 2013 he began a biweekly column, Nocturnal Submissions, for VICE Magazine, and Curb Service: A Memoir, was published by Soft Skull Press. STREETWALKERS, stories and photographs was published by powerHouse Books in February 2016. Writer, Jerry Stahl, called it “An absolutely amazing and essential book." 
SAD CITY Was published by Straylight Press in 2017.
BIG CITY, Sothern’s first novel, was published in 2017 by
Stalking Horse Press and LITTLE MISS, a book of photographs and stories was published by drkrm Editions in 2019.

1 comment:

  1. Really great. Fresh take on tired subject matter.
    Push that envelope.