Q&A: In Search of Islamic Magazines

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Question: Do you know of any Islamic magazines that I can apply to?

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  1. As-salamu Alaykum, and Eid Mubarak!

    Thank you for your question.

    If you are new to this site, you may have missed our regularly updated mega-list of Muslim magazines, newspapers, and websites in need of writers, including nearly 20 paying markets.

    While we cannot vouch for all of the publications on the list, it is definitely a good place to start your search. On this list, you will find publications dedicated to Muslim family life, women’s issues, current events, culture, and many other topics of interest.

    We also have an awesome job board that includes links to ads from Islamic publications in search of writers and other creative professionals.

    On a side note, though, I want to caution writers from using the word “apply” when they intend to freelance for a magazine. This is a word better used when seeking a permanent position, such as editor, staff writer, or social media manager. When you write an article for a magazine, you are a freelance contributor and not an employee. I only mention this because it may trigger a negative reaction (even if on a purely subliminal level) with the person who reads your queries.

    I hope this helps, and please write back to let us know of any articles you get published.

    Amel – MWC Admin

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