Islam and Illiteracy? The Questions of a Polemicist [Short-short Fiction]

Is Islam in itself an impediment to democracy or is it the village mind of hundreds of millions of muslims living in third world poverty around the world, barely literate enough to read even Holy Qu'ran, let alone anything that would foster democratic thinking? We have to be better educated about history and more honest … Continue reading Islam and Illiteracy? The Questions of a Polemicist [Short-short Fiction]

New York, Spleen [Short-short Fiction]

Spleen. I vent my spleen in these books, the notebooks and journals I keep, have kept to a number of them in excess of twelve thousand pages of entries. Yes, listen my hypocrite readers, I could say, in the garden of my vanity, flowers of evil thrive . . . it’s not enough to say … Continue reading New York, Spleen [Short-short Fiction]