Farzana Moon is a poet, historian and playwright. She writes Sufi poetry, and historical, biographical sequels about the lives of the Moghul emperors and plays based on the stories from religion and folklore.
Included in her writing ventures are one novella, several novels, a book of plays and a book of poems and a collection of short stories. She has taught courses in the discipline of Sufis and Mystics at the Clark State Community College. She won first prize in poetry in a literary magazine Shades of Grey published by the Clark State Community college. Her poetry has published in the journal of Wright State University. She also received a third prize in artistic representation of a poem in the competition held by the Ohio Writers Association.
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A collection of her plays are archived at the Ohio State University. One of her skits The Dancing Shiva is performed by LLC Theatre in New York. The first scene of her play A Glorious Feast based on the story of Biblical Joseph is published by the Kent State University. Her play, Osama the Demented selected out of seven hundred submissions has had staged reading in Stockholm.
Her monologue Stormy Daniels has had a staged reading in New York. Her book Contemplations is accepted to be published 2021 by All Things That Matter Press, title of this book subject to change.
Farzana Moon’s Reprints and Publications
American Queen 2019
Quran and Wisdom of Hazrat Inayat Khan 2018
Friends Incarnate 2017
Sharia Exposed 2016
The Moghul Hedonist 2016
The Moghul Saint of Insanity 2015
The Moghul Exile 2015
No Islam but Islam 2015
Poet Emperor of the Last of the Moghuls 2014
Prophet Muhammad the First Sufi of Islam 2013
Divine Akbar and Holy India 2012
Babur the First Moghul in India 2011
Sufis and Mystics of the World 2011
Irem of the Crimson Desert 2010
Holocaust of the East 2008
Currently she is writing second book of daily contemplations with a touch of politics.