Edwin Torres, poet, visits Lancaster

Poetry Paths and the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House have collaborated with the Fulton Theatre to bring performance poet EDWIN TORRES to Lancaster for two days of workshops and performances.  In addition to working with high school students at McCaskey on Friday morning, and doing a free public workshop at the Lancaster Public Library on Saturday at 12, Edwin will be featured in the Fulton Theatre’s new “Edge” series, giving a reading on Friday, November 19, at 9 pm.

Torres is a bilingual Nuyorican poet from the Bronx who is renowned for creating performances that intermingle poetry with improvisation, sound-elements and visual theater. His books include, “I Hear Things People Haven’t Really Said”, “Fractured Humorous” (Subpress), “The PoPedology Of An Ambient Language” (Atelos Books), and “In The Function Of External Circumstances” (Nightboat Books).

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