Today would like to shine the spotlight on our other Platinum Sponsor for MCCBD: Daybreak Press Global Bookshop!
Daybreak Press was established in 2014 and is the publishing arm of Rabata, an international organization dedicated to promoting positive cultural change and the revival of the female voice in scholarship.
Daybreak Press celebrates the diverse voices of Muslim women and encourages them to tell their own stories. We publish the fiction, non-fiction, academic and poetic works of Muslim women, and our New Day Writing Contest provides an annual publishing opportunity for newly emerging authors.
Daybreak Press was kind enough to offer the amazing Sophia’s Journal by Najiyah Maxfield for our review bloggers to review for MCCBD.
Najiyah Maxfield’s short story The Quandary won the Islamic Writers Alliance short fiction contest, 2012.
Daybreak press is also offer The New Day Rabata Writing Contest 2016 – Non-Fiction
– Deadline Dec. 31, 2015
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