The last time these two read at Small Press Traffic was mmm, must have been ten years ago, and it was the best reading ever given (in the opinions of those who were there) and so it is with great excitement that we announce the return of these two extraordinary poets from the Washington DC area. Tina Darragh's books include on the corner to off the corner(Sun & Moon, 1981), Striking Resemblance(Burning Deck, 1989),a(gain)2st the odds(Potes and Poets, 1989), and adv. fans — the 1968 series(Leave Books, 1993). Her work has been included in several anthologies, among them In the American Tree(National Poetry Foundation, 1986), "Language" Poetries(New Directions, 1987), out of everywhere: linguistically innovative poetry by women in North America & the UK(Reality Street Editions, 1996), and Moving Borders: Three Decades of Innovative Writing by Women(Talisman, 1998). Selections from her current project, the dream rim instructions,have been published in Chainand Primary Writing,and featured in Etruscan Reader 8(Etruscan Books, 1998). Darragh is employed as a reference librarian at the National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature at Georgetown University. P. Inman's latest book is at. least.(Krupskaya). Other books have included Vel(O Books), Criss Crossand Red Shift(Roof), Think of One(Potes & Poets), Ocker(Tuumba) and Uneven Develop,emt(Jimmy's House of Knowledge). He has also appeared in several anthologies, the most recent of which was From the Other Side of the Century(Sun & Moon). A dues-paying member of the Labor Party, he has been involved in local union activities since 1981. He is currently Vice President of AFSCME Local 2910.

November 5, 1999