Dear Readers: Literary agents from dozens of agencies are inviting queries and submissions from Muslim writers in an “Open Call.” Our database currently includes agency guidelines and links to 92 individual agents participating in this exciting initiative. Last Update: June 3, 2017
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A Jamil is a freelance writer with a passion for tackling social inequalities and common problems within the Muslim community.
Meet Farah Abdullah, a writer, illustrator, and published author who writes about life as a revert Muslimah.
Kamil Idris writes about important issues affecting Muslims. He’s also writing a novel.
Fatima Ali is a multi-talented writer who pens everything from poetry to non-fiction.
Kawtar Amrani has a BA in Qur’an Studies and calls herself a life-enthusiast. Check out her portfolio of Islamic articles here.
What are the options for publishing short works of Islamic fiction? Share your insights here.
We often receive queries regarding whether it is permissible for Muslims to write fiction – but writers of non-fiction also experience doubts. If you’ve ever thought of writing your memoirs, you’ll want to follow this post.
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Muslim kids need halal reading materials – and they shouldn’t be boring or preachy. This graphic novel by Ahmad Philips presents Islamic morals in a fun, engaging format.
In memory of a dear friend, sister, and mentor: Linda D. Delgado (1947-2017)
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Meet Oliver Masque, a lonely student caged by his constant search for belonging. He’s the hero of this newly-released novella that aims to help readers tap into the power of communication.