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Adam Ferner (A M Moskowitz)

Adam Ferner (writing as A M Moskowitz) is a freelance writer and child support worker living in London. He completed his PhD in analytic metaphysics before going on to author and co-author several non-fiction books including Think Differently (2016), How to Disagree (with Darren Chetty, 2018), and The Philosophers' Library (with Chris Meyns, 2021). Notes from the Crawl Room (2021) is his first collection of short stories. His current research is focussed on childcare ethics and psychoanalysis. For more information, visit his website.
Short Stories / Tall Tales
With the short story enjoying another resurgence, two of today’s most exciting British-Jewish writers join us to discuss their extraordinary first fiction collections. Having written non-fiction for the TLS and the White Review and contributed a story to the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology, Parallel Hells is the deliciously strange debut from Leon Craig. Among its 13 stories, drawing on folklore in refreshingly innovative ways, we meet a...