Adam is the culture editor of The New York Times Magazine and the author of Shovel Ready, a future-noir thriller about a garbageman-turned-hitman set in a dystopian New York City. Formerly, he was an editor-at-large for New York magazine, and has written for GQ, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Times of London, and appeared on the radio program This American Life. For many years Adam was the co-editor of the satirical celebrity website Fametracker. Raised in Toronto, he now live in Brooklyn,
Genres: Science Fiction, Mystery
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