Sherman “Abd al-Hakim” Jackson’s, Islam and the Blackamerican [re-read].  Planning a review of Irshad Manji’s, [the lesbian Muslim woman] The Trouble With Islam Today.  Olivier Roy’s, The Failure of Political Islam;  Hamza Yusuf’s, Purification of the Heart;  Michael A. Gomez’s, Black Crescent;  Ira M. Lapidus’, A History of Islamic Societies;  Frantz Fanon’s, The Wretched of the Earth [re-read];  Ghazali and the Poetics of Imagination by Ebrahim Moosa;  Muslims’ Place in the American Public Square, ed. Bukhari, Nyang, Ahmad, and Esposito;  al-Ghazali’s, Ayyuha’l-Walad [Letter To a Disciple]; and finally [wew!] ,  the Sidney Poitier and  Miles Davis memoirs, too. Needless to say, with a reading list like this, it’s obvious I’m not married!