Readings by Charles Bernstein and Corina Copp
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Dumbo Arts Center
111 Front Street, Ste. 212, Brooklyn, NY
Please join DAC on Saturday, Sept. 17th, 8 PM for
readings by Charles Bernstein and Corina Copp!
In conjunction with the exhibition "Gladly
Will I Sell For Profit, Dear Merchants of the Town, My Hat Laden With
Snow," the artists Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas have invited
authors Charles Bernstein and Corina Copp to read from their recent works.
Charles Bernstein will be reading from his two recent books, All the
Whiskey in Heaven:Selected Poems (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), new
in paperback; and Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions
(University of Chicago Press). He is Regan Professor of English and Comparative
Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. More info: epc.buffalo.edu.
Corina Copp's recent poetry and criticism can be found soon or now in
The Boston Review, BOMB, Cambridge Literary Review, Wild Orchids,
Cannot Exist, and other journals. She's the author of a few chapbooks,
with Green Rayon (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011) and Marauder
(Minutes Books, 2011) forthcoming. Recent plays include WALTZ (E. 13th
St. Rep Theater, July 2010), and Tell No One (SPT Poets Theater Fest.,
Jan 2011; Invisible Dog Arts Center, July 2011). A trilogy of short performance
installations will be presented in October and November at This Red Door/PS122
Gallery. Copp is a curator with the Segue Foundation, and a recent editor
of The Poetry Project Newsletter (2009–2011). She lives in Brooklyn.
Current work by Corina can be read at http://seriealfa.com/alfa/alfa50/CCopp.htm
This reading is part of the 2011
Brooklyn Book Festival BookEnds events!
DAC's programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, The New York State Council on the Arts, Two Trees Management LLC., and the Board and Members of DAC.