Patheos/AltMuslim On Ramadan, Forgiveness, & the Shape of the Woman Beneath: Ayesha wrote a piece on this site about being disowned by her mother after the publication of her first book, here. In this follow up piece, she explores her six-year path to inner peace.
Washington Post/The Lily This Ramadan, I’m focusing on fostering tender masculinity in my son In the #MeToo era, we need to talk about how we’re raising the men of tomorrow
M Magazine Constellations of Love Surround You Your love life isn’t limited to your romantic partner
The Establishment Jane Austen And The Persistent Failure Of The White Imagination
Good Girls Marry Doctors anthology essay Without Shame
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Anaheim: Love InshAllah & Salaam Love editor Ayesha Mattu will be speaking on the #ChallengeBeauty panel at the Fashion Fighting Famine show on Saturday. Hope to see you there in support of a great cause!
We had a fabulous reading of Salaam, Love at the historic Eso Won Books in LA last night. Thank you so much to all those who braved the 60 degree California winter weather to join us. 🙂 A special thank you to our MC for the evening, Love InshAllah contributor Tanzila Ahmed!
Check out more pictures from the event, here.
Next up – Boston! View our full book tour schedule, here.
A huge thank you to our San Francisco readers who ventured out in the rain last night to our SOLD OUT launch party for Salaam, Love! We’re incredibly grateful for your love, support, and wonderful discussion. A special thank you to our MC for the evening, Zahra Noorbaksh, and to the California Institute of Integral Studies for hosting the event.
Check out more pictures from our event on our Facebook page, here.
Next up – Los Angeles! View our full book tour schedule, here.
Video credit and gratitude to Women of Spirit & Faith, Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Alison Fast and documentary filmmaker Chandler Griffin!
Love, InshAllah & Salaam, Love editor Ayesha Mattu had a fun and wide-ranging conversation today with HuffPostLive’s Yasmine Hafiz, Alyona Minkovski, and Ahmed Shihab-Eldin (aka, “Mr. May”, pictured above) on shifting & complicating the narrative about American Muslims and what REALLY makes a person hot & pinup-worthy.
Thanks to all of our wonderful readers who joined the conversation! If you missed it, catch it online, here.