Anthologies by Muslim Women

Once Upon an Eid:
Stories of Hope and Joy by 15 Muslim Voices

Once Upon an Eid is a collection of short stories that showcases the most brilliant Muslim voices writing today, all about the most joyful holiday of the year: Eid!

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The Things I Would Tell You:
British Muslim Women Write

Edited by Sabrina Mahfouz

From established literary heavyweights to emerging spoken word artists, the writers in this ground-breaking collection blow away the narrow image of the ‘Muslim Woman’.

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A Faith-Based Medley of Muslim Poetry & Spoken Word

Edited by Laila Hasib

A kaleidoscope of visions, beliefs, voices, emotions and action awaits within these pages. One person talking to another. A collection of 36 Muslim poets and spoken word artists. First of its kind.

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Love Insha'Allah

Edited by Ayesha Mattu and Nura Maznavi

Romance, dating, sex and—Muslim women? In this groundbreaking collection, twenty-five American Muslim writers sweep aside stereotypes to share their search for love openly for the first time, showing just how varied the search for love can be—from singles’ events and online dating, to college flirtations and arranged marriages, all with a uniquely Muslim twist.

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Salaam, Love:
American Muslim Men on Love, Sex, and Intimacy

Edited by Ayesha Mattu,
Nura Maznavi

Muslim men are stereotyped as either oversexed Casanovas willing to die for seventy-two virgins in heaven or controlling, big-bearded husbands ready to rampage at the hint of dishonor. The truth is, there are millions of Muslim men trying to figure out the complicated terrain of love, sex, and relationships just like any other American man.

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