As-salamu Alaykum (peace be upon you), Dear Readers...

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.

Contests & Events for Muslim Writers - Competitions, courses, webinars, and more. Don't miss the fun!

Writing Activities for Muslim Children – Coming Soon!

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

Articles and Other Resources – Even more resources for Muslim writers.

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

Monday, May 19, 2008

Exciting News

This blog (Resources for Muslim Writers) has been selected for inclusion on the Writer's Digest annual list of the 101 Best Websites for Writers. With over 2,100 nominations this year, and lots of competition from some truly wonderful and established sites, this is a real honor and a positive step towards the recognition of Muslim writers. Thank you very much to all who took the time to nominate the blog - this would not have been possible without your nominations. Jazzackum Allah khair.
Keep the momentum going...

Writer's Digest is already accepting nominations for 2009. If you'd like to see this blog stay on the list for next year, please consider sending in feedback and a nomination.


1. Send an e-mail to with "101 Websites" as the subject line.

2. Write a short note asking the recipient to check out the site for possible inclusion.

Make sure to specify the name and url of the site:

Resources for Muslim Writers

3. If you have time, please mention why you think the site should be included.

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