Corina Copp is a poet and playwright living in Brooklyn, New York. She is most recently the author of Pro Magenta/Be Met (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011). Her poetry and criticism include writing on Yvonne Rainer, Jean Day, and Hannah Weiner, and can be found in CLOCK, Boston Review, BOMB, Cambridge Literary Review, Supermachine, Wild Orchids, The Brooklyn Rail, and other journals; and will be anthologized in Out of Everywhere: Linguistically Innovative Poetry by Women in North America and the UK (second edition). Her plays include: "Tell No One" (Invisible Dog/Small Press Traffic 2011), “WALTZ” (E. 13th Street Rep 2010), and “A Week of Kindness” (Incubator Arts/Brick Theater 2007). Copp is a curator with the Segue Foundation and a former editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter (2009-2011).
Photo: Zach Galifianakis reading Corina Copp, by Lawrence Schwartzwald, 2012.