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Poetry of a mind of a Muslim By Ash Shawwa
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The poetry within this work cover several topics. Some may relate to the struggle of the authors life. Some relate to paradise, and hell fire. Some discuss topics such as the devil in accordance... More > to Islamic belief. Few prophets are mentioned. This is a book that will help with faith.< Less
Muslim Voices Poetry Anthology 2006 By Pamela Taylor et al.
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In 2004, I set out to create a venue for all poets who wanted to share, discuss and contemplate Muslim culture through the art of poetry. I am happy to announce that the debut Muslim Voices... More > Anthology (2006) has now been published and I thank each one of you for making all that went into hosting, judging, editing and publishing Muslim Voices a success. During 2005, contest entries trickled in, and by the end of deadline I had received approximately 45 poems and 25 poets competing in the first Muslim Voices Poetry Contest. There were many entries that showed merit but only 6 poems were given special recognition. No monetary prizes were awarded, but for an artist who is driven to create, the aim is never money, but the acknowledgement that he or she has reached an audience and has shared a perspective, or a feeling so that it proliferates through the human experience. -- Corey Habbas, Editor http://muslimvoicespoetry.4t.com< Less
Insomnia By Kristine Ong Muslim
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Kristine Ong Muslim is a contemporary goddess of poetry. She compels us to enter unique realms of metaphorical magnanimity to spaces—here and now—of sociological profundity. Her style... More > is varied yet marked by manifest visions. Muslim's verse exudes a distinguished type of deliverance that exalts the reader into an enlightened being of reprieve. “The ocean is an oversized boat, which is also a ripple, which is/also a memory of a submerged continent.” “This girl collects shipwrecks and coffee mugs,/green bottles and bone folders—things which/cannot be inherited.”< Less
Dance Poetry By Mubaashir Uqdah, Daphne Inaara Benyard
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A new genre' of poetry. It's communal. It's fun. It's interactive. Let's dance.
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #3 By Chet Gottfried et al.
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This is the third issue of OG's Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today's best creative fiction and poetry. In Chet Gottfried's "The Rings of Mars," a terrestrial architect struggles... More > with questions of duty and love. Bruce Golden's "Dave's Not Here," presents the terrifying situation of being locked outside your own spaceship with danger approaching. Also included is an interview with celebrated Fantasy author Sarah Ash and poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim. Edited by Seth Crossman< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #11 By Gary Wedlund et al.
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This is the eleventh issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Eric Del Carlo’s “The Herd,” storms ravage the... More > land and man’s humanity. In Bruce Golden’s “Out of His League,” an otherworldly team is disappointed by the demotion of one its members. In Gary Wedlund’s “The Art of Avoiding Projectiles,” a bullet in space means death, and that’s not always an easy thing to deal with. Also included is poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim and an interview with fantasy’s most celebrated newcomer, Patrick Rothfuss.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #11 By Seth Crossman et al.
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This is the eleventh issue of OG’s Speculative Fiction, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Eric Del Carlo’s “The Herd,” storms ravage the... More > land and man’s humanity. In Bruce Golden’s “Out of His League,” an otherworldly team is disappointed by the demotion of one its members. In Gary Wedlund’s “The Art of Avoiding Projectiles,” a bullet in space means death, and that’s not always an easy thing to deal with. Also included is poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim and an interview with fantasy’s most celebrated newcomer, Patrick Rothfuss.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #7 By Kristine Ong Muslim et al.
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OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue #7 has been released! It is a special poetry issue highlighting poems from such authors as Karen Romanko, Lindsey Duncan, and Kristine Ong Muslim. As for the... More > stories, L. Christopher DelGuercio’s "Man Farm," is the story of “an unusual boy and his unusual group of pets.” And enjoy the frightening speculation of an old World War II tale in "The Regenwurmlager Diary," by Angeline Hawkes. Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.< Less
OG's Speculative Fiction, Issue #7 By Kristine Ong Muslim et al.
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OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue #7 has been released! It is a special poetry issue highlighting poems from such authors as Karen Romanko, Lindsey Duncan, and Kristine Ong Muslim. As for the... More > stories, L. Christopher DelGuercio’s "Man Farm," is the story of “an unusual boy and his unusual group of pets.” And enjoy the frightening speculation of an old World War II tale in "The Regenwurmlager Diary," by Angeline Hawkes. Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.< Less
Poetry from the shores of truth By Mohammed Ahmed Idris
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This book will no doubt find its way to the hearts and minds of the teeming youth of today and tomorrow, male and female-the students amongst them, the working class and business owners as well.... More > Muslims and Non-Muslims alike. For the Muslim youth it will serve as a reminder for them as well as a motivation boost to pay heed and hold firmly to the rope of truth i.e. the teachings of the glorious Qur’an. For the Non-Muslim youth it will serve as a calling to experience the beauty of Islam. More so a source of inspiration to those with adherent goals. Certainly any individual who is a fact-finder and those interested in inspirational and motivational words won’t resist reading this book. Because in it, you find answers to certain problems and the truth about certain issues in Life. “Poetry from the shores of truth” is not just thought provoking but a “Mind journey experience” calling the hearts and minds to pay heed, hold firm and proclaim the truth.< Less