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NEW for September 18, 2016:

This blog has MOVED to the Muslim Writers Club, a new website dedicated to all of your writing needs.

Here are some of the pages you will find on the new site:

Jobs and Internships for Muslim Writers – Check out the latest opportunities.

Freelance Markets for Muslim Writers – A list of magazines, newspapers, and websites that want to work with YOU, insha'Allah. Includes many paying markets.

Book Publishers of Interest to Muslim Writers – Have you written a book? Start your search for a publisher here.

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Q&A Page - Get your questions about the art (and business) of writing answered.

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Hope to see you at the new site, Insha'Allah!

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Writers Wanted for New Online Magazine for Muslim Women

Amaany Magazine is seeking writers.

Mission: "To share our diversity in addressing the real life concerns, aspirations and achievements of Muslim women across the globe."

Articles should be on the following topics:

Muslim Women both Globally and Locally

Cultural Diversity, Immigrant Issues and Community Concerns, Islam in America

Leadership, Professionals and Entrepreneurship

Education Profiles, Advice and University Experiences

Career Advice and Workplace Experiences and Issues

Financial Expertise,Views on the Economy, Business and Industry

Muslim Organizations, Scholars, Islamic Debates, Interfaith Dialogues, Human Rights

Muslim Student Associations, Youth Experiences

Views on the 2008 Election and Global Affairs

Personal Essays, Reflections on Islam and Muslim Life

Book and Film Reviews, Poetry, Satire, Travelogues

Conferences and Events Announcements & Coverage

According to the Craigslist ad, "we intend to pay our contributors as we receive funding." That means that this may not be a paying market at this time.

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This blog is maintained by Amel Abdullah, a freelance writer, editor, and Arabic to English translator.