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]
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]