Book Publishers of Interest to Muslim Writers

Below is a list of book publishers of interest to Muslim writers.

Some of these publishers are “Islamic,” meaning they publish books primarily for Muslim readers, while others are secular but publish books on Islam, often from a political, academic, or historical perspective. Multicultural publishers are also included.

If you know of another publisher that should be added to the list, please leave a comment below. Please note that these listings are for informational purposes only and that we cannot vouch for any of the publishers on the list. It is important to research a publisher thoroughly before entering into a business relationship.

Seeking an agent to represent your work? Check out this list of agents actively inviting submissions from Muslim writers.

Last Updated: April 9, 2017

PUBLISHERS in the United States:

NAME OF PUBLISHER  LOCATION INFORMATION FOR WRITERS
Amana Publications USA  Contact Info.
Djarabi Kitabs Publishing USA INFORMATION
Dar-us-Salam Publications USA  Contact Info.
FB Publishing USA  GUIDELINES
Kazi Publications USA  Contact Info.
Mindworks Publishing USA  INFORMATION
Muslim Writers Publishing USA  GUIDELINES
Noorart USA  Contact Info.
Salaam Reads USA  INFORMATION

PUBLISHERS in the UK:

NAME OF PUBLISHER  LOCATION INFORMATION FOR WRITERS
Al-Firdous Publications UK  Contact Info.
Greenbird Publishing UK  GUIDELINES
Happy Books UK  Contact Info.
Hurst UK  GUIDELINES
Ithaca Press UK  GUIDELINES
Kube Publishing UK  GUIDELINES
Sisters Awakening Press UK GUIDELINES
Ta-Ha Publishers UK  GUIDELINES

PUBLISHERS in India:

NAME OF PUBLISHER  LOCATION INFORMATION FOR WRITERS
Goodword Books India  GUIDELINES
Other Books India  Contact Info.

PUBLISHERS in Saudi Arabia:

NAME OF PUBLISHER  LOCATION INFORMATION FOR WRITERS
International Islamic Publishing House Saudi Arabia  GUIDELINES

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2 Comments

  1. As-salamu Alaykum,

    Dear Mrs. Hassan,

    Thank you for your question. Anyone can write a book and submit it to a publisher for consideration…but in most places, you would have to be an adult in order to sign a contract, and I don’t really know how that might work with the publishers listed above. I think you would have to consult each one individually to see if they are open to working with young writers, whether it is possible for a parent to sign the contract, etc.

    One thing I do know for sure is that teen authors do exist and have their work published. Some young people spend time building up a following on sites like Wattpad and then seek publication when they become adults. Others self-publish their work or create e-books.

    An easier path to publication may be magazines and websites. Many publications, including Islamic ones like those listed on this page of the Muslim Writers Club website, welcome contributions from young writers.

    If interested, you may wish to take a look at Muslim Matters and Islamic Voice, both of which are known to publish the work of young people.

    Other (non-Islamic) publications that accept the work of children include Stone Soup.

    One of these days, Insha’Allah, I will gather more information on this topic and create a special page or section for young Muslim writers. It is very important to me that young writers in the Muslim community have a place to turn to for information and advice.

    If you provide more details about your situation, I will also try to find you resources tailored to your specific circumstances.

    And if anyone has anything to add, please do!

    Amel – MWC Admin

     
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