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Book Review: Tripping with Allah: Islam, Drugs, and Writing by Michael Muhammad Knight

One of the more vivid descriptions of the artistic soul taking the next steps on its long road of creativity. Read More »

Book Review: William S. Burroughs vs. The Qur’an by Michael Muhammad Knight

Knight's writing will either offend or inspire you, and in places it might even do both. Read More »

Recommended! My Favorite Reads Of 2011

I will gladly keep these volumes to read again and again for the pleasure they brought and the ideas they generated. Read More »

Interview: Author Michael Muhammad Knight, of Why I Am A Five Percenter

"I came from a punk rock ethos, and also a certain kind of Muslim ethos, that made it cool to be ignored and alone on the margins." Read More »

Book Review: Why I Am A Five Percenter by Michael Muhammad Knight

An intelligent, scholarly and approachable work about Islam in America and the author's attempts to find his place in the world. Read More »

Book Review: Impossible Man by Michael Muhammad Knight

For those who have ever questioned the why's behind Michael Muhammad Knight's story what answers he has to offer can be found in this book. Read More »

Book Review: Osama Van Halen by Michael Muhammad Knight

Raises questions about religion and our relationship to it that need to be asked if we have any hope of finding our way our of the mess we've made. Read More »

Book Review: Journey To The End Of Islam by Michael Muhammad Knight

There has never been a more honest book written about the nature of religion and an individual's relationship to a belief system. eir Read More »

Book Review: The Taqwacores by Michael Muhammad Knight

As much a book about the clash between tradition and new in any immigrant community as it is about being Islamic. Read More »

DVD Review: Taqwacore -The Birth Of Punk Islam

An underlying message of tolerance and respect mixed with a healthy dose of the benevolent chaos of punk. Read More »