Corina Copp (b. 1979) is a Brooklyn-based writer born in Lawrence, KS. She works across genres in writing, considering simultaneity, intimacy, and speed as they relate to poetry, performance, and film. Books include The Green Ray, Ugly Duckling Presse (Fall 2014, forthcoming); and chapbooks Miracle Mare, Trafficker Press (2013); and Pro Magenta/Be Met, Ugly Duckling Presse (2011). Recent work can be found in ANCIENTS, Washington Square, Triple Canopy’s Corrected Slogans: Reading and Writing Conceptualism, The Claudius App, and The Sonnets: Translating and Rewriting Shakespeare (Telephone Books 2012). Critical writing has appeared in SFMOMA’s Open Space, BOMB, Cambridge Literary Review, and elsewhere.
The first installment of her three-part play, The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love: SUSANSWERPHONE, was presented at the 2012 NYC PRELUDE Festival and is in development. Other plays include Tell No One (Invisible Dog Arts Center Play-Development Resident 2011) and WALTZ (E. 13th Street Theater 2010). Copp is a curator at The Segue Foundation and received her M.F.A. in Playwriting from Brooklyn College, CUNY (2010).