Corina Copp is a poet and playwright living in Brooklyn, New York. She is most recently the author of Marauder. 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. Her plays include: Tell No One (2011), WALTZ (2010), and A Week of Kindness (2007). Copp is a curator with the Segue Foundation, a member of machiqq (Ladies Playwriting Auxiliary Team), and a former editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter (2009-2011). She is currently working on The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love: A Performance Trilogy.
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