A.M. Moskovitz is a pseudonym for Adam Ferner. He is currently working on his first middle-grade novel, Horses of the Hidden Isle, about a young girl called Penny and the centaurs she befriends.
In addition to fiction, Adam writes a regular column for The Philosopher’s Magazine, and has had several academic publications – the most recent of which is his book Organisms and Personal Identity, which was published Taylor and Francis in 2016.
He works at the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and teaches both at university level and in schools.
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