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Press release: 7-year old Writer of the Year to speak at international festival

Award-winning 7-year-old Cambridge writer invited to speak at international festival on 24th April 2018   A 7-year-old home-schooled boy from Cambridge has been selected to take part in the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival in the […]

Press release: Winners announced for Young Muslim Writers Awards 2017

PRESS RELEASE   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 12.12.17, LONDON, UK   A triumph for the Young Muslim Writers Awards 2017 with winners announced   Three hundred and fifty people enjoyed an afternoon of celebrations when […]

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Tips and tricks to help you to prepare your entry for submission in the competition!

      We get it. Writing your entry to a competition can be daunting. To help  get you started with your first short story, poem, screenplay, play script or article, we’ve compiled resources to give […]

Tips: Journalism, Screenplay and Play Script made easy

For the Young Muslim Writers Awards 2017 we have introduced three exciting new categories to get your creative juices flowing! Journalism Screenplay Play Script   We are sure you’re eager to try these out, but […]

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Book Review: A Change is Gonna Come

By Various Authors Stripes (Little Tiger Press Group)     A review by Safeerah Mughal Young Muslim Writers Awards 2015 Winner – Key Stage 4 (Age 14-16) Poetry and Short Story       In […]

Celebrating Eid with Children

Whether you’ve decorated your home, prepared special sweets or wrapped presents to share on the day, we know celebrating Eid al-Fitr can be a very exciting time for children.     To help young readers celebrate […]

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