People in Islam: G. Willow Wilson
Muslims for hundreds of years have been pioneers in art, doing exceedingly well in all forms of visual expression. This includes the modern age, where comic books have found their inner deen with creations like Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson.Willow was born in New Jersey, USA to atheist parents but came to Islam and moved to Cairo where she married. An avid comic book reader, her childhood in comics influenced her as an adult. Leading her to expositions like Comicon and as a Muslim speaking about her conversion to Islam to youth in universities and in interviews. As well as writing her own memoirs and Alif the Unseen, she has written for DC Comics in the graphic novel Cairo. Her work is an inspiration to young Muslims and reverts around the world.

People in Islam: G. Willow Wilson

Muslims for hundreds of years have been pioneers in art, doing exceedingly well in all forms of visual expression. This includes the modern age, where comic books have found their inner deen with creations like Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson.

Willow was born in New Jersey, USA to atheist parents but came to Islam and moved to Cairo where she married. An avid comic book reader, her childhood in comics influenced her as an adult. Leading her to expositions like Comicon and as a Muslim speaking about her conversion to Islam to youth in universities and in interviews. As well as writing her own memoirs and Alif the Unseen, she has written for DC Comics in the graphic novel Cairo. Her work is an inspiration to young Muslims and reverts around the world.

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