The Asian American Literary Review
Instructions to All Persons of Muslim Ancestry

Por Tyrone Nagai

13 Fev 2011

* "Instructions to All Persons of Muslim Ancestry" was first published in The Asian American Literary Review, Issue 2. AALR is a not-for-profit literary arts organization. To learn more about it or purchase a subscription to the journal, visit online at at, or find them on Facebook.

© 2011 Tyrone Nagai


Tyrone Nagai

Tyrone Nagai received his MFA in Creative Writing from San Diego State University. His work has appeared in Fiction International, The Strip, New Verse News, and Armageddon Buffet.

Updated February 2011


1 comments on this post

taishohoops at 1:29 p.m. on Dom 13 Fev 2011

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