Pilgrim Bell

Poet Kaveh Akbar’s Pilgrim Bell embarks on a divine journey, meditating on his family’s life as Muslims in America, the immigrant experience and struggles with addiction. Once again, the award-winning writer proves his masterful control over language, finding faith within darkness and the self beneath the surface of his work. Fiercely intimate and lyrically vivid, this book of poems is a moving and memorable read.

Hijabs Made From Technical Fabrics

A new company called Veil is bringing the modern technology of sportswear fabrics to one of the most traditional garments in the world: the hijab. Broadening the choices for Muslim women—whose head wraps are oftentimes made from fabrics like jersey cotton or voile—the company is working with advanced properties of technical fabrics. Now available on Kickstarter, Veil offers waterproof, sweat-wicking, laser-cut hijabs that keep the …