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Tim Atkins is a poet, playwright, novelist and experimental translator. Atkins notes: ‘The Bath-Tub is a novel in two parts. The first part, The Bath-Tub, is a straightforward story. The second part, The Bathos, is the original story subjected to a variation on the oulipian N+7 constraint, in which all the nouns from The Bath-Tub are replaced by nouns that occur between two and twelve places further on in the dictionary’.
Tim Atkins's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 259 (2021) From The Bath-Tub/The Bathos