Posted: May 24, 2018 Filed under: Editors, Your voices | Tags: AltMuslim, American Muslim women, American Muslim women writers, Antholoy, ayesha mattu, daughters, family, forgiveness, Good Girls Marry Doctors, love, Love InshAllah, mothers, Muslim love, Muslim men, Muslim women, Mutha Magazine, Nura Maznavi, Patheos, reconciliation, relationships, The Establishment, The Lily, Washington Post, writers of color, writing
Illustration by Samya Arif for The Lily
Catch up on “Love, InshAllah” & “Salaam, Love” writers & editors Ayesha & Nura’s latest:
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
M Magazine What Did You Say When Your Children Woke Up On November 9
Good Girls Marry Doctors anthology essay Without Shame
Posted: September 25, 2015 Filed under: Editors, Friday Love | Tags: American love stories, dating, diversity, diversity in publishing, Friday love, Jenny Zhang, literary yellowface, love, Love InshAllah, love stories, Michael Derrick Hudson, Muslim dating, Muslim love, Muslim men, Muslim relationships, Muslim women, on writing, relationships, Salaam Love, Sherman Alexi, the writing process, white supremacy, writers of color, Yi-Fen Chou
If you read one thing today let it be this, this, this:
They Pretend To Be Us While Pretending We Don’t Exist by Jenny Zhang via Buzzfeed.
We want to print and frame the entire masterpiece.