Friday, March 9, 7:30 PM
Tina Darragh, Claudia La Rocco, and Zach Storm
@ arts@1830 : 1830 14th Street NW

Tina Darragh is the author of many books including: my hands to myself (Dry Imager, 1975), Pi in the Skye (Furguson and Franzino, 1980), on the corner to off the corner (Sun & Moon Press, 1981), a(gain)2st the odds (Potes and Poets Press, 1989), Striking Resemblance(Burning Deck, 1989), "“ the 1968 series (Leave Books, 1993), dream rim instructions (Drogue Press, 1999), and Opposable Dumbs (a play) (The Tangent Pamphlet Series, 2002). Her work has appeared in numerous magazines and in anthologies, including In the American Tree edited by Ron Silliman (National Poetry Foundation, 1986) and, most recently, Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women (Les Figues Press, 2012).

Claudia La Rocco is the founder of, which won a 2011 Arts Writers Grant. She writes about performance for the New York Times and is founding editor of Hyperallergic Weekend ( She is a member of Off the Park Press, for which she is currently editing an anthology of poems by painters. She is on the faculty of the School of Visual Art's graduate program in Art Criticism and Writing in New York City, and has taught and lectured at various universities, festivals and institutions. Her writing has appeared in Artforum, The Brooklyn Rail, on, Slate, WNYC New York Public Radio and in the anthology, Viva la Difference: Poetry Inspired by the Painting of Peter Saul. She lives in Brooklyn.

Zach Storm received a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in 2005, and is currently completing his MFA at the Mount Royal School of Art, the Maryland Institute of Art's interdisciplinary program. His visual work has been included in at least 25 exhibitions since 2004. He read publicly for the first time at the Corcoran's Gallery 31 this past September. He lives in Baltimore.


arts@1830 : 1830 14th Street NW