Q&A: Where Should I Send My Work?

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Assalaamu’alaikum warahmatulLaah. I have finished an article about a message of a father to his sons, but I am still not sure where should send it . These days I write some other articles I think worth to share. JazakilLaahu khayr.

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1 Comment

  1. As-salamu Alaykum,

    I think the answer to this question depends largely on your goals for your writing. Roughly, we can divide such goals into the following categories:

    1. You want to share your ideas with the rest of the world. It doesn’t matter if you get paid or not. You just want people to read and benefit.

    In this case, I would start a personal website or blog. This is often the best venue to share your writing and provides a platform for people who like your work to subscribe and visit regularly.

    2. You don’t care if you get paid, but you are seeking publication in order to reach a wider audience.

    In this case, look for websites or publications that publish the type of writing you are doing. From your description, you may be looking for inspirational websites with Islamic themes. Ask the owners to collaborate with you.

    3. You would like payment for your published work.

    In this case, take a look at our list of paying freelance markets of interest to Muslim writers. Some of the publications publish personal essays and other works of value to Muslim families, but you should look carefully at each one to see if your work matches the style of the magazine or website.

    Publications that may work for you include Al Jumuah, AboutIslam.net, and MuslimMatters.org. Readers may have other suggestions as well.
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