Steiner's poetic narrative is dense with imagery and reference, driving his novel forward with passion and intensity.
(Thom Cuell, Minor Literature[s])
About Adam Steiner
Adam has worked in the NHS as a cleaner and porter and in mental health – later finding a career in independent publishing and book production. Adam is currently running the Disappear Here project to produce a series of poetry films about Coventry ringroad.
His poetry and fiction appear in Rockland Lit, Proletarian Poetry, The Next Review, Fractured Nuance zine, BoscRev: 4, The Weary Blues, The Stare’s Nest, ShoutOut UK, 3:AM, The Cadaverine, Spontaneity, Abridged 0-13, The Literateur, Nostrovia! SquawkBack, NOUS. Anthologies: Interpal – Palestine Verses, Fugue 1 (Siren Press), Poems Underwater, Stepaway – Voicewalks (Durham University). He was selected for the 2014 Ó Bhéal Coventry-Cork Twin Cities Poetry Exchange and was part of the Coventry SHOOT Festival, 2014. He is former Editor of Here Comes Everyone magazine.
Politics of the Asylum published in March 2018.