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Monday, July 21, 2008

Muslim Girl Magazine – Guidelines for Writers

More than a year ago, I posted a link to an interview with Ausma Khan, the editor-in-chief of Muslim Girl Magazine. At the time, that article provided the only guidelines for writers I could find on-line. Since then, the magazine's website has developed and posted a form for making pitches. I would, however, still read the interview, because it contains lots of important information for writers.

Writers for Muslim Girl should be based in the US or Canada. Unfortunately, I lost the on-line reference, but my understanding is that this is a relatively high-paying market for the professional writer.

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