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Featuring: Andrew Durbin Corina Copp Bunny Rogers Lorenzo Bueno ANDREW DURBIN is the author of Believers (Poor Claudia 2013) and the forthcoming Mature Themes (Nightboat Books 2014) as well as several chapbooks, including pɹɐpuɐʇs ǝɥʇ (Insert Blanc Press 2014) and Reveler (Argos Books …
ANDREW DURBIN is the author of Believers (Poor Claudia 2013) and the forthcoming Mature Themes (Nightboat Books 2014) as well as several chapbooks, including pɹɐpuɐʇs ǝɥʇ (Insert Blanc Press 2014) and Reveler (Argos Books 2013). With Ben Fama, he edits Wonder, an open-source publishing and events platform for poetry, performance, and new media art. He lives in New York.
CORINA COPP is a writer and theater artist based in New York. She is the author of The Green Ray (Ugly Duckling Presse, forthcoming fall 2014), and chapbooks All Stock Must Go (Shit Valley Verlag, 2014); Miracle Mare (Trafficker Press, 2013); and Pro Magenta/Be Met (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011), among others. Her poetry, performance texts, and critical writing can be found in Corrected Slogans: Reading and Writing Conceptualism (Triple Canopy, 2013), The Sonnets: Translating & Rewriting Shakespeare (Telephone Books, 2012), Hi Zero, The Daily Pen American, SFMOMA’s Open Space, The Claudius App, Boston Review, BOMB, Fence, and Cambridge Literary Review, among other publications. She is currently developing a three-part play inspired by the work of Marguerite Duras entitled The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love. Part 1: SUSANSWERPHONE was presented at the 2012 NYC Prelude Festival. She is a 2013-2014 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace writer-in-residence and a curator at The Segue Foundation.
BUNNY ROGERS is an artist and poet who lives and works in New York, where she is currently in residency at the Queens Museum of Art. Recent activities include a solo show at Appendix Project Space in Portland, Oregon; an exhibition, with Benjamin Asam Kellogg, at Sandy Brown, Berlin; and a multimedia installation at 319 Scholes, Brooklyn, with Filip Olszewski. A book of her poetry, My Apologies Accepted, is forthcoming from Civil Coping Mechanisms.
LORENZO BUENO (1991) was born in Buenos Aires and moved with his family to downtown Manhattan when he was eight months old. He has been making art since he was three, when his mother gave him a wooden board, nails and a hammer to keep himself busy while she was writing her dissertation. His sculpture was included in a group show at the Argentine Consulate. His writing has appeared as a part of the Luck You Booklub.