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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Muslim American Girls Magazine

I have mentioned Muslim Girl Magazine on this blog a few times before. Just the other day, I came across another market catering to Muslim girls: Muslim American Girls Magazine. This appears to be a web venture (not a print magazine), and the neat thing is that the editor is a 12 year old girl from Minnesota who started the website when she was just ten.

From the website:

"You can write articles, stories, poems, advice, how-tos, and more. You can also take photos and draw pictures. MAG's goal is to let Muslim girls know that there are hundreds of girls that are going through the same thing that they are going through, and also to let Muslim girls in the West let out their creative side."


An article can be anything that is appropriate for Muslim girls growing up in the USA or Canada. Although we prefer the articles to be written by Muslim girls, we'll accept articles from anyone! Please make sure you are sending us your own work.

We accept:

-informational articles
-help with life articles
-true stories
-photos/ drawings
-advice questions for Ask MAG (we won't show your name!)

Masha'Allah, it is wonderful to see a young Muslim writer putting so much effort into a project like this. It really takes a lot of effort to maintain a quality site like MAG.

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