They Couldn't Kill Salman Rushdie in Real Life, So They're Making a…

On February 14, 1989, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a fatwā against Salman Rushdie, calling for the assassination of the British Indian author of The Satanic Verses. Seeing as Rushdie is still alive, it didn't go so well. Now a state-sponsored Iranian student organization plans on correcting that oversight with … » 6/29/12 9:30am 6/29/12 9:30am

Salman Rushdie's Simple Theory On Peace Through Nintendo

Booker Prize-winning author and famous fatwa target Salman Rushdie has a simple solution for how one should liberate Iran, the country whose former Supreme Leader once issued a death sentence against the novelist. Rushdie puts his faith in Nintendo. » 11/29/10 8:00pm 11/29/10 8:00pm

Salman Rushdie's New Book Takes A Cue From Video Games

Controversial author Salman Rushdie has just released a new children's book, and interestingly, it's got a strong foundation in video games. » 10/11/10 2:30am 10/11/10 2:30am

Salman Rushdie Killed Time With Computer Games

After novelist Sir Salman Rushdie published The Satanic Verses, many deemed the book blasphemous. The Ayatollah of Iran issued a decade long fatwa, calling for Rushdie's death. How did he spend that time? » 1/06/09 1:00am 1/06/09 1:00am

Salman Rushdie Says Video Games Can Change The World

Good news! The Satanic Verses author Salman Rushdie believes that video games can change the world. It's always nice to see such positivity! Clearly Rushdie is an open minded man of the arts. While pitching his new book The Enchantress of Florence on a recent episode of The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert asked… » 6/09/08 3:40pm 6/09/08 3:40pm