The surprising intersection of Islam and SciFi

"Islamicates Volume I", released by Islam and Science Fiction founder Muhammad Aurangzeb Ahmad is a new anthology working to give geeky Muslims a bigger voice in science fiction with a collection of short stories both based on and inspired by Islamic culture.

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