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Tim Atkins

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.
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Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 259 (2021) From The Bath-Tub/The Bathos
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