Na'ima B. Robert has been telling stories and helping other women tell theirs for over 15 years.
She is the award-winning author of the Muslim bestseller, 'From My Sisters' Lips' and founding editor of 'SISTERS', the magazine for fabulous Muslim women.
Her historical novel, 'Far from Home' earned her a Muslim Writers Award and the Children's Africana Book Award in Washington. Recognised for her contribution to diversity in children's literature, her acclaimed children's books include 'Ramadan Moon' and 'Going to Mecca' and the YA novels, 'Boy vs Girl' and 'She Wore Red Trainers'.
Her books have been selected as 'A' Level texts and studied at university level.
She has appeared on BBC's Newsnight, GMTV and on several BBC radio stations. Her work has been published in The Times Online and The Telegraph. She has been profiled in The Independent and Stylist Magazine as well as being a regular guest on Islam Channel, British Muslim TV and Salaam Media Radio.
She is Trainer-in-Chief at MuslimahWriters.com, a project aimed at developing and supporting Muslim women writers.