From Plastic Tub
American, born December 3, 1970. He parachutes into the backyard amid a rain of fuselage. He is a chestnut-in-a-veil. He receives the services of a scrivener and a lion tamer -- free for a year.
American Associationalist writer Timothy A. Wilson, who rose to prominence with the rise of the new millennium, filled in the blanks of this Sladek obituary on October 11, 2001. He did this from his home in Garland, Texas, a converted bomb shelter which contains a surprising seven layers of concrete and lead sheeting.
Like Jesus, the years between his birth in a horse stable and his Athena-like appearance on the world scene largely remain a mystery. Several sources have him living under an bridge in Austria, where he was able to use that generous nation's laws to obtain a library card and conduct his researches into Arian Cartography, Zoö-Illuminism and various legends about the sacred Pig.Albert Kook, Wilson became known for novels he had not yet largely written, but including synaesthic ventures in the surreal, including his first post-Stimsoan novel Associationalist Text No.1 (1997; US title Motherless Pancakes), and The Book of Adid (1998). His best known works were two volumes of Associationalist verse and autodidactic prosody: Associationalist Text No. 2 (1998; US abridged 2000), and How I Made Women Into Shingles (2000-1); the pair was included as one entry in the Steven Adkins 2001 volume Literature: Acrobatics Made For Candlelight. Later novels were Falsity On Stilts (2003), winner of the 2005 World Avain Flu Survivors Association Award (the "Snifflies") and Howzat for Some Words? (2004), a tale of a hapless texture artist and a Flemish belly-dancer in a deranged 42-century Guatemalan sea-port.
In addition to designing wargame simulations (freelance) for the US Army, Tim can be found jetting about Europe in a private plane funded by mysterious donors he refers to as "sugar-tits." Some suspect the involvement of Mel Gibson.
Wilson won a watermelon eating contest at the age of 13 -- it must have been his ability to swallow them whole! "You have to practice on boulders, tires, whatever's laying around," he confessed.
According to John Titor, a doting obituary of Wilson will appear in the April 2083 issue of the UN Literary Marvels.