There Is No Happy Ending | D.C. Copeland and Joronne Jeter

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D.C. Copeland’s work as a dramatist has premiered in Portland, Oregon (“The Undiscovered Country” and “Play”) and Manhattan (“These Foolish Things”, “Merrily Down The Stream”, and “Forget-Me-Not”). Her poems have been published by Commonline Journal, aaduna, Flare Journal, 34th Parallel (issues 89 and 105), and Swifts & Slows. While studying English at Yale University, she was the literary assistant to Harold Bloom (author of Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human and The Daemon Knows: Literary Greatness and the American Sublime) and she is currently writing a book about mentorship based on this relationship.

Joronne Jeter is a fashion photographer and designer. His dramatic collaborations with D.C. Copeland began in 2017.