Roger Milliot (1927, Le Creusot - 1968) was a French poet and painter. He served as a soldier in Indochina and as such had a pension. His health problems prevented him from becoming an ornamentalist. Like his idol René Char, he preferred provincial life to that of Paris and lived in Montauban, where there is now a museum of his paintings, mostly portraits of women. His depression and feelings of frustration led him to suicide by drowning in the Seine river. His poems were published posthumously.
- QUI?, 1968
- QUI?, 1969 - definitive edition, illustrated and with a portrait
- Poètes maudits d'aujourd'hui: 1946-1970, Roger Milliot by Félix Castan, p. 124
- Ivan Slavík, Rozklenout srázné, Olomouc, 1993, p. 86
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