Lucy Torres is a writer, poet, artist and activist based in NYC.  A native of Queens and first-generation Chilean American, Lucy has been an architect of literary worlds since the age of nine.  From her college reporter days interviewing Antonio Banderas and Francine Prose to having her own fictitious humor advice column, Lucy’s first love has always been the creative writing field.  As an endometriosis sufferer, Lucy is an unwavering women’s rights activist, fighter of self-love and advocate for gender/racial/ability/class/age/body size equality.

Lucy is Project Manager at Artrepreneurship, a Brooklyn based non-profit focused on serving underdeveloped communities through social entrepreneurship and education. She spends her time working on her art and enjoying life with friends and family.


LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (LPAC) LAB 101 Recipient,  2013 

"You Have A Recipe For WHAT?!”


                                         Not Yet Free Artivist Trainee, April 2017                                        


Featured Poet, Women of Q4 - Inspired Word Series, December 2015

Featured Poet, Celebrating Queens Women Artists Event, March 2016 

Featured Poet, Queens Literary Festival, July 2016

Featured Poet, Celebrating Queens Women Artists Event, March 2017

Featured Poet, Queens Literary Festival, April 2017

Featured Poet, We Heart NYC Writers- Inspired Word Series, September 2017



Group Exhibition: Yourself, Local Project- Mixed media painting/art piece, November 2015

The Taste Of Broken by Lucy Torres (e-book release)

"The Taste Of Broken", The Experimental Experience 

Fé Torres/Lucy Torres, Lehman College, May 2017                                                                                              

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