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Harriet Reading Series: Corina Copp and Joel Craig

Photo of Corina Copp by Tei Blow

Thursday, June 13th, 7:00 PM

Poetry Foundation
61 West Superior Street

This event is free on a first come, first served basis. Doors open 30 minutes before a program. Programs typically last one hour.

The Harriet Reading Series features readings, presentations, and talks by poets who have appeared on Harriet, the Poetry Foundation’s blog. The series presents both established and emerging poets whose writing finds innovative approaches to the craft of poetry.

New York-based writer Corina Copp is the author of Miracle Mare and Pro Magenta/Be Met. Recent work can be found in Triple Canopy's Corrected Slogans: Reading and Writing Conceptualism, Boston Review, The Claudius App, SFMOMA’s Open Space, and elsewhere. SUSANSWERPHONE, the first installment of her three-part play The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love, was presented at the PreludeNYC 2012 Festival. 

Joel Craig is the author of The White House and the chapbook Shine Tomorrow. He co-founded and curates The Danny’s Reading Series, edits poetry for MAKE: A Literary Magazine, and contributes to the multimedia group Pulseprogramming. He lives in Chicago.


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