Ep. 87 Finding a Seat at the Table with Ayser Salman

Today we welcome Ayser Salman to The Stacks. Ayser is the author of The Wrong End of the Table a comedic memoir about her experiences as a Muslim Arab American woman just trying to fit in. We talk about finding your political voice, the privilege of passing, and if we’ve ever felt truly seen in a book.


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