Corina Copp’s recent poetry and criticism can be found in The Boston Review, CLOCK, American Books; Steck Editions, Krispy Kremes, BOMB, Cannot Exist, Cambridge Literary Review, Wild Orchids, Supermachine, Brooklyn Rail, SerieAlfa, and other journals. She is the author of chapbooks Pro Magenta/Be Met (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011) and Marauder (Minutes Books, 2011), among others. Plays include THE WHOLE TRAGEDY OF THE INABILITY TO LOVE: A Performance Trilogy (This Red Door/PS122 Gallery, Oct./Nov. 2011), Tell No One (Invisible Dog, July 2011/Small Press Traffic, Jan. 2011), WALTZ (E. 13th Street Rep, July 2010), and A Week of Kindness (Incubator/Brick, 2007). Copp is a curator with the Segue Foundation and a former editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter (2009-2011). She lives in Brooklyn.
Miguel Gutierrez, a dance and music artist based in New York, has been called “one of our most provocative and necessary artistic voices” by Eva Yaa Asantewaa of Dance Magazine. He makes solo and group pieces with a variety of artists under the moniker Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People. His work has toured internationally at several festivals and venues and has received support from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Foundation for Contemporary Art, United States Artists, Creative Capital, Jerome Foundation, Rockefeller MAP Fund, NYFA, NEA and NPN. He is the winner of three New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” awards. WHEN YOU RISE UP, a book of his performance texts, is available from 53rd State Press. He also invented DEEP AEROBICS, an absurdist workout for the radical in all of us. www.miguelgutierrez.org