Arts and Culture

I Can’t Hear

By Peter Oresick

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Peter Oresick (pronounced o-RES-ik) (1955-2016) was a poet, publisher, professor, and painter of Carpatho-Rusyn descent. The son and grandson of glassworkers, Peter grew up in the working-class factory town of Ford City, PA located northeast of Pittsburgh on the Allegheny River. His work explores the themes of work, workers, and the working class, as well as family, regional history, and the interplay between the sacred and the secular. His poetry volumes include Iconoscope: New & Selected Poems, Warhol-o-Rama, and Definitions.

Categories: Arts and Culture, Poetry

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