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Corina Copp’s recent poetry and criticism can be found soon or now in BOMB, Cambridge Literary Review, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. Her chapbook Pro Magenta / Be Met was recently published by Ugly Duckling Presse.
Reading Corina Copp’s work, one gets the sense that she is part of a long lineage of poets whose language is less a means to express what can be said than what should be said, or what has long been waiting to be said.