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Why Rumi Is One of America’s Best-Selling Poets

Did you know that one of the best-selling poets in the US is a Muslim? Yes, it might be surprising but the ecstatic poems of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, have sold millions of copies in recent years, making him the most popular poet in the US. Globally, his fans are legion. The Islamic civilization introduced …

3 Books by Muslim Women to Inspire You in Marriage and Life

3 Books by Muslim Women to Inspire You in Marriage and Life

Muslim women continue to unveil their true identities to the unbeknownst outside world which concluded what they are is simply oppressed and staid. Here are three poignant anthologies that work to dispel the prejudice, show the Muslim woman’s pride, reclaim the Muslim woman’s narrative and reassert the Muslim woman’s voice in the process. Read your …


Stories in the Attic: Unleashing the Treasures Within

On October 21, 2017, over 150 women came together in Houston for Daybreak Press’s 3rd Annual Muslim Women’s Literary Conference. Attendees came from various cities across the US. Majority of the attendees were Muslim but even some non-Muslims were present, one of whom embraced Islam at the conference itself! This conference, hosted by Rabata, Sisters …

Second Annual Muslim Women’s Literary Conference – Report

MWLC2016 was the 2nd Annual Muslim Women’s Literary Conference, hosted by Daybreak Press and held at the University of Houston, Texas on October 22nd, 2016. Created to provide a platform to celebrate, promote, and encourage Muslim women writers, MWLC is a fantastic initiative for the ever-growing niche of Muslim women with literary ambitions. As an …

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