The Wrong End of the Table is an insightful and enjoyable look at one of the most contested and misunderstood minorities in America today: Muslims. Through her own life story, Ayser Salman uses her experiences to distill not just Islam, but also the impact religion and culture have on how we interact and understand the world around us. What emerges is that rare voice that is both relatable and unafraid to examine the complexities of her American identity— as a minority, an immigrant, and a woman.” 
—Reza Aslan, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth 

"Ayser Salman’s writing crackles with humor and insight. . . . Her hilarious, thought provoking, and insightful book should be required reading for President Donald Trump. Maybe someone on his staff could tweet him the chapters.” 
—Matt Williams , writer, television producer, and creator of Home Improvement 

"Ayser Salman has written an important book, especially pertinent in today’s political climate, and has done so with humor and heart.” 
—Cathy Ladman, comedian, actor, and writer, I’m Dying up Here