Syed Muhammad Tahir Nasser is a writer, moonlighting as a medical doctor. He also serves as the science editor for the Review of Religions (one of the oldest English-language magazines on comparative religions), writes for national and online media, and is a speaker on University lecture circuits on issues relating to Muslim youth and Islam in the modern world. He has been published in the Huffington Post numerous times, Patheos, Religion News Service and the Guardian.

Tahir enjoys writing fiction and has recently published his first novel, The Day They All Died Young, which you can read about here!