Adam Steiner studied philosophy at the University of Aberdeen and enjoys writing about music, street-art culture, architecture, poetry, and transgressive fiction.
Into The Never: Nine Inch Nails and The Creation Of The Downward Spiral – a deep into the cultural impact of the seminal album was published (Backbeat Books 2020)
Politics of the Asylum is a novel that presents a nightmare vision of the NHS told from the perspective of a cleaner, Nathan Finewax (Urbane Publications, 2018).
He has written articles and reviews for Hong Kong Review of Books, The Quietus, Headstuff, as well as an article about Coventry’s Modernist and Brutalist architecture for Coventry City of Culture 2021.
Adam Steiner's poetry, fiction and photography appear in Lune Journal, The Writers' Cafe Magazine, Honest Ulsterman, 3:AM, Low Light Magazine, Elsewhere, The Literateur, L’Ephemere Review, The Arsonist, The Bohemyth, Foxhole The Next Review, Proletarian Poetry, Fractured Nuance zine, BoscRev: 4, The Stare’s Nest, ShoutOut UK, The Cadaverine, Spontaneity, Abridged 0-13, The Literateur, NOUS, Fugue 1 (Siren Press), Poems Underwater, Stepaway – Voicewalks (Durham University).In 2014 he was selected for the Ó Bhéal Coventry-Cork Twin Cities Poetry Exchange.
In 2017 Adam produced the Disappear Here project: a series of 27 x collaborative poetry films about Coventry ringroad [www.disappear-here.org]
His poetry film SL/ABB/ED has been screened at: Zebra Poetry Film Festival 2019, Film Poetry Competition 2019, London Experimental Film 2019, Newlyn PZ International Film Festival 201, Cadence Film Poetry festival 2019, Walthamstow International Film Festival 2018.
@BurndtOutWard / www.adamsteiner.uk / IG: adamsteinerauthor
Adam works as a freelance creative project consultant and editor – supporting people get their ideas off the ground and sourcing funding, and working with authors to draft book proposal and offer critical manuscript editing.