Please put your hands together and welcome a new poet to First Thursday Poetry!
November 6, 2014 at 6:00 pm
The GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Mi Casa Su Casa Cafe'
This event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by Berks Bards and supported
in part with a grant from the PA Partners in the Arts, and from members and volunteers
in the Berks Bards poetry group.
Anthony Orozco is a 26-year-old journalist, reverend, performer and
poet. In poetry, Anthony is also known by his pen name, Glyph Pneumatic.
The pseudonym Glyph alludes to an elemental and perhaps equivocal
literary symbol which represents a concept, thought or idea. Pneumatic
not only nods to the breath exerted from the recitation of his poetry,
but also to the pneumatics of Gnosticism, who are recognized in the mythos as metaphysically transcendental beings. Glyph Pnuematic may be interpreted as the spiritual spoken word. Glyph hails
from the vibrant and diverse poetry scene of Cincinnati, Ohio. He has lived and performed in Reading for little more than 2 years. Glyph’s poetry explores the paradoxical, evanescent, ineffable aspects of his own nature and the world around him.