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TIM W. BROWN is the author of four novels, Deconstruction Acres, Left of the Loop, Walking Man, and Second Acts. His fiction, poetry, and nonfiction have appeared in over two hundred publications. He lives in the Bronx, New York.

Latest Book

Tim's most recent book is Second Acts, an award-winning, comic-historical novel set in 1830s America.

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»  Read a review in The Brooklyn Rail

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Latest News

»  On October 26, 2019, with Edgar Allan Poe's last home in the background, Tim took part in a group reading at Poe Park Visitor Center in the Bronx, New York, sponsored by Bronx Art & Fun Hub.

»  On June 8, 2019, Tim read his poetry with Sarah Stern, Sam Turner, and Soraya Shalforoosh at RiverFestBx 2019 on the campus of the College of Mount Saint Vincent.

»  On May 21, 2019, Tim took part in a group reading with the Kappock Street Poets at Gallery 505 in the Bronx, New York sponsored by the Kingsbridge Riverdale Van Cortlandt Development Corporation.

»  On April 2, 2018, Tim and Amy Joy Robateau discussed the Art in the Basin open mic series with Bob Lee on BronxNet TV's "Open" program.

»  On February 9, 2018, Tim led a discussion of the novel Ways of Going Home by the Chilean author Alejandro Zambra co-sponsored by the NEA Big Read program and the Bronx Council on the Arts.

»  On May 22, 2017, Tim read his work with Ron Kolm and Martin Kleinman at An Beal Bocht Cafe in the Bronx, New York.

»  On April 1, 2017, Tim led the writing workshop "Road Map to Your Book" hosted at Poe Park Visitor Center by the Bronx Council on the Arts.

»  Since April 2017, Tim has co-hosted with Amy Joy Robateau the biweekly Art in the Basin Spoken Word Open Mic at Mon Amour Coffee & Wine in the Bronx, New York.

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"Certainly Brown is to be considered an American original of the magnitude of Charles Portis." -Small Press Review