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Adam Wasserman is, by all accounts, a human being from the planet Earth. As such, he eats several times a day and breathes often.
He also likes to write. Already at the age of fourteen, he embarked on his first novel, a sci-fi space adventure about a teenage boy who is also the emperor of an alien race. Fortunately, his taste for topics has improved, and he now writes about adults trapped in underground spaces on other planets, stabbing each other in the back.
Mr. Wasserman does sometimes address more serious topics, however, and likes to feel that even his dark comedy has a certain underlying, substantial value. Some issues diffusing his works – especially earlier ones – are power, spirituality, and the nature of being human.
Adam Wasserman is a proud member of ARIA, the Association of Rhode Island Authors.