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David Rain grew up in Australia and has lived in England and Ireland since 1990. He has published pseudonymous genre novels as well as articles, critical essays, and short stories. Educated at the University of Adelaide, he has a PhD in eighteenth-century fiction and has taught in Belfast, Brighton and at Middlesex, where he runs the MA Creative Writing programme.
David Rain's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 189 (2009) Two Poems