In 2007 Ahmed A. Khan co-edited an anthology titled "A Mosque Among the Stars" which was intended to introduce Islamic SF as a recognized sub-genre of speculative fiction. The anthology achieved its objective and was received quite well. Ahmed then wrote an essay wherein he put into words the criteria that would classify a story as Islamic SF. This essay was published by Internova SF.
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T H E H U S H A N D T H E G L O W
A collection of short stories by Ashley Warren
The Hush and the Glow features eight short stories about women who are trying to find their place in the future.
MOTHERLAND: The toll booth operator stamps the tickets for those hightailing it away from Earth and "out East" to newly terra-formed Jupiter, not knowing that her own fate hangs in the balance.... [click here for more]
Gods to some, monsters to others. Sometimes they are one in the same. Tales of Gods and Monsters contains four short stories that explore which is which.
Sucker Punch tells the story of Richard Drew III, impulsive heir to a vast fortune, as he and his associates seek the killer of an old friend.
Operation Jinx recounts the interrogation of Special Operations Executive... [click here for more]
A collection of short works, poems and a one act play.
In this collection, you will find work from between 1988 and 2006. None of these particular bits ever found a home elsewhere, although a few may have seen publication in little known zines and extraordinarily small press magazines.
In collecting them in one volume, I hope to have given them all a kind of home, a family of like-minded and similarly... [click here for more]
Ergo Sum is sold PWUW (Pay What yoU Want), DRM-free and CC-licensed in order to ensuring total freedom for the consumer. Specifically, we are releasing this book under the CC BY-SA International 4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/).
We wrote this book to tell a few stories, and we care more about that than turning a quick buck. We just hope you enjoy, and continue... [click here for more]