Bibliography (Word Doc)

“The Unlikely Bedfellow,” The Lifted Brow (Issue 35, Sept. 2017)

Guest Editor, Issue 4: “The Special Space Opera Opera Issue” (Sept. 2017), The Fantasist

Forty-two Reasons Your Girlfriend Works for the FBI, CIA, NSA, ICE, SHIELD, Fringe Division, Men in Black, or Cylon Overlords,” McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern (Grand 50th Issue, Aug. 2017); previously in Buffalo Almanack (December 2015 Issue, p. 11); Inkslinger Award WinnerMcSweeney’s Student Short Story Contest Winner

“Property, Power, and Law in ‘the New Dimension,'” Poet’s Country (No. 2, July 2017)

Champollion’s FootMithila Review (Issue 8, April-June 2017)

Hal: Delayed Reflections on Jim Jarmusch and Talal Asad,” The New Inquiry (Feb. 2017)

Sleepless in Trumptopia: PEN America, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Anders Breivik & the Left’s Freedom to Hate,” Medium (Nov. 2016)

Waking Up in Trump’s America,” The New Inquiry (Nov. 2016)

Why Science Fiction Matters to Life in the Postcolony,” From the Lines of Dissent (Out-Spoken Press, Nov. 2016); previously in Media Diversified (Nov. 2015)

Space Law, Shariʿa, and the Legal Place of a Scientific Enterprise: The Case for a Parallel Challenge of Sovereignty,” Comparative Islamic Studies (vol. 10, no. 1, Oct. 2016).

Jedi Night,” Skin Deep (No. 5: “Imagining 2043”, Sept. 2016); previously in The Best Teen Writing of 2011 (p. 35)

Santiago,” Catapult (May 2016)

TetheredLightspeed (No. 72, May 2016); previously in Analog Science Fiction and Fact (July/August 2013 Issue), republished in The 2014 Campbellian Anthology

Technologies of the Self, Brain Mill Press (Feb. 2016); also in The Fantasist (No. 3, June 2017) – Driftless Novella Contest Winner

A Second Look at the Confederate Flag Controversy: What it means for Muslims, blacks, Latinos, and women in America,” altMuslimah (Sept. 2015)

Eight Myths about Science Fiction and Fantasy,” altMuslimah (July 2015)

A Faithful Telling,” altMuslimah (April 2015)

“Literature and Agency in Islamic Discourse,” University of Toronto Undergraduate Journal of Islamic Studies (2015-15 Issue, p. 6, lead article)

Writing Beyond Words,” altMuslimah (March 2015)

The Power of Story: Footnotes on science fiction, politics, and Muslim protagonists,” altMen column at altMuslimah (February 2015)

The Failure of Post-9/11 Science Fiction,” The New York Review of Science Fiction (vol. 25, no. 289, p. 8)

Editor (with Edwidge Danticat), The Best Teen Writing of 2012 (Scholastic)

“Profiled,” featured on NPR’s The Takeaway with John Hockenberry

“U.S. Man and the Gulab Jamun Machine,” The Best Teen Writing of 2010  – Creativity and Citizenship Award Winner (Center for Constitutional Rights)