Write to Connor at:
Connor Stevens #57978-060
PO Box 1009
Welch, WV 24801
Send Connor books:
His current priority is to learn Arabic during his time left in prison, so he would like to receive the set of three volumes of Arabic courses that can be ordered here as well as Hans Wehr's Arabic-English Dictionary, which can be ordered through Amazon or other online retailers.
He would also like these titles that are available through Halaalco Books:
A Sunni Shafi'i Law Code by Anwar Qadri ($5.25)
Al Shafi'is Risala by Majid Khadduri ($29.95)
Fathud Dayyan by Sayyid Muhammad Ahmad Lebbai ($24.50)
Minhaj ET Talibin by Imam AnNawawi
Tuhfatul Ikhwaan by Muhammad Ibrahim Bakathah ($5.95)
Ihya ulumiddin by Al Ghazali ($30.00) [4 vol. set]
Other books that aren't on Amazon:
- The Evolution of Fiqh, Bilal Phillips
- The Divine Lightning, Shaykh ul-Islam Sulaymaan ibn 'Abdil Wahhab
- Reliance of the Traveler (The Risala of Sheikh Shafi'i)
- Al-Albani Unveiled: An Exposition of His Errors and Other Important Issues, Sayf al-Din Ahmed ibn Muhammad
**Please let us know if you order any of these so we can remove them from the list.**
Other book interests:
- Books about creating a business plan and grant writing.
- Islamic texts, and a subscription to Bilal Phillip's Islamic Online University.
More than any other content, I enjoy a letter in which the writer touches on their own experiences. The synchronicity so often revealed in these letters, resonating with my life as well as letters from other folks, has a profound beauty which reveals new connections, where seemingly isolated incidents become patterns.
My interests are extremely varied and difficult to map out. I am currently studying anarchist pedagogies, Jungian psychology, Indology, feminism, depth psychology, toxicology, ancient Earth religions (especially that of the Maya, the Babylonians, and India), political anthropology (in particular, Pierre Clastres), and ufology/contactee experiences, among others.
The following are lists of interests in particular fields:
Philp K. Dick
William S. Burroughs
Frederico Garcia Lorca
Thomas M. Disch
Philip K. Dick
John E. Mack
Robert Anton Wilson
and many, many more . . .
I am not as knowledgeable of visual artists as I would like to be, but among my favorites are Bosch, Van Gogh, Dali, and Michelangelo.
P-Model (and Susumu Hirasawa in general)
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Iggy & the Stooges
Lee "Scratch" Perry
The Statler Brothers
Simon & Garfunkle
The Velvet Underground
Warren Zevon's "Carmalita"
Zager & Evans
and many, many more . . .
Please ask Connor for this info!