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Sunday, February 25, 2007

Freelance Writers Needed: Sisters Magazine

Na'ima B. Robert (author of From my Sisters' Lips) has started a new magazine for Muslim women called Sisters.

A message from Na'ima says: "My editorial team and I are currently looking for feature writers, columnists, and reviewers to feature in our magazine. We are particularly interested in Muslim women writers and artists and want to showcase exciting new talent.

"'Sisters' is a Muslim women's magazine whose focus is inspiring Muslim women to reconnect to Allah and to their Islam, to better themselves and their lives holistically and to have a positive impact on the wider community. The publication is stylish but accessible and our voice is intelligent, sisterly and conversational, with a strong Islamic consciousness. If you are able to write clear, lucid prose and produce articles that are well-researched with a professional finish, we want to hear from you."

This is currently a non-paying market, but writers will receive a free subscription to the magazine.

Click here to read more details about the submission process.

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