10/15: Emily Pettit, Corina Copp, and Karen Davis

Hello to everyone out there,

Join us this Friday night at 7 p.m. for a spectacular night of poetry and comedy (both tragic and funny).

This is what we have in store for you: Corina Copp, Emily Pettit, and Karen Davis.
Bios are below.

Do not miss this!

See you on Friday,
Dorothea Lasky

CORINA COPP is a writer living in Brooklyn. Recent work has appeared in Wild Orchids, Supermachine, Brooklyn Rail, Wolf in a Field, ON Contemporary Practice, and Aufgabe. Her play, WALTZ, was produced at the East 13th Street Theater this July. Also author of performance texts Office Killer (NYCCT/Voorhees 2008) and A Week of Kindness (Tiny Theater Festival, Ontological 2007); as well as chapbooks Carpeted (Faux Press 2004), Play Air (Belladonna* 2005) and Sometimes Inspired by Marguerite (Open 24 Hours 2003). A new chapbook is forthcoming from MinutesBOOKS. She currently serves as the current editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter (www.poetryproject.org), and is co-curator and host of The Twenty-Five Cent Opera of San Francisco.

Emily Pettit is the author of two chapbooks HOW (Octopus Books) and WHAT HAPPENED TO LIMBO (Pilot Books). She is an editor for notnostrums (notnostrums.com) and Factory Hollow Press. As well as assistant editor at jubilat. Her first full-length book, GOAT IN THE SNOW is forthcoming from Birds LLC.

Karen Davis is a newcomer to the New York Comedy Scene and couldn't be happier! Or she could, but she'll tell you all about that later. She has appeared at Sugarland, Barbes and in a variety of student films. If you're interested in booking Karen, she can be contacted at: karendavislaughs@gmail.com

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