CONTESTS & EVENTS

The following is a list of competitions and events of interest to Muslim Writers for the year 2018. You will also find calls for papers and submissions to anthologies here.

If you wish to list an event for publication on this site, fill out the form on this page.

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NAME OF COMPETITION OR EVENT DEADLINE OR DATE OF EVENT

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

The Story of Your Name

ASAP – The deadline for this has passed, but we are still accepting submissions!

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Arabic Pasts: Histories and Historiographies

October 12, 2018

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

American Muslims: An Anthology of Contemporary Writing

September 15, 2018

COMPETITION:

Young Muslim Writers Awards

July 31, 2018

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

2018 ArabLit Story Prize 

May 15, 2018

COURSE:

Your Children’s Book from A to Z Online with Na’ima B. Robert

April 27, 2018

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

Essays from British Muslim Women

April 20, 2018

COURSE:  

Your Children’s Book from A to Z with Na’ima B. Robert

April 8, 2018

COMPETITION:

Beacon Books Writing for Children (7+) Competition

April 6, 2018

COMPETITION:

Beacon Books Short Story Competition

April 6, 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Impact of Emerging Digital Technology & Social Media on Muslim Communities (PDF)

Abstracts: March 23, 2018

Final Papers: August 20, 2018

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

Blog Carnival 

January 31, 2018

Also See:

Contests & Events for 2017

Contests & Events for 2016

Note: The Muslim Writers Club lists these competitions and events for informational purposes only and does not endorse or recommend any particular event. Contests can be fun, but we urge you to use caution, especially if asked to sign away rights or pay a fee in order to submit your work.

Know of another competition or event that should be added to the list? Leave a comment below – or fill out the form on this page.

2 Comments

  1. To add something to this list, I will be speaking at this year’s ISNA convention in Chicago on “Teaching the Quran through fiction.” It’s not a workshop, but I will spend a considerable portion of my talk time taking questions about writing from the audience. My talk is on July 1st at 1:30 pm.

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