Tag Archives: Islamophobia

Making a difference in the world

[This blog post was inspired by the county board of education decision to eliminate creative writing as part of the creative and performing arts program at our local middle school. For local people, here is the link to the petition to … Continue reading

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Life Imitates Fiction . . . Again

(Or is it the other way around?)   Petula Dvorak’s article entitled “In Va., civic rules used as a guise for Islamophobia” in the January 3, 2017 edition of the Washington Post (Online January 2) described attempts by anti-Muslims to … Continue reading

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My new baby has arrived!

I’m delighted to report that my fourth novel, Masjid Morning, an interfaith romance, has arrived today. (“Masjid” is Arabic for “mosque” and is pronounced “mass-jid.”) The book is available on Amazon.com and Kindle, and may be here just in time … Continue reading

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ISLAMophobia was the topic …

ISLAMophobia was the topic of discussion at the A.C.T.O.R. (A Continuing Talk on Race) meeting last Sunday afternoon at Busboys & Poets Restaurant on U Street in Washington, D.C. “Truly conceived out of the mind of the community, A. C. … Continue reading

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