Media

 

Author Interview- Once Upon an Eid (Kidlit in Color)

Author Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow on the Power of Names

Behind the Book with JoEllen McCarthy

Causes They Care About (Interview by Shrinks on Third)

The Disappearance of the Black Muslim Author (We Need Diverse Books) 

Do You Know Your Name is a Song (The Brown Bookshelf)

Great Kid Books Interview

I’m An African American Muslim Woman and I’m Tired of Explaining Myself (Philadelphia Inquirer)

In Search of Missing Children: Why Representation is so Important in KidLit 

The Inspiration for Mommy’s Khimar

Interview with Hijabi Librarians

Invisible Women (also Known as Muslimahs)

Mining for Heart: The Heart is in Relationships

‘Once Upon An Eid’ Is A Joyful Collection

Picturebooking Interview (Mommy’s Khimar)

Picturebooking Interview (Your Name is a Song)

Shaking Up the Supposed-to-Be’s (Literaticast)

StoryStorm: Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow Wanders or Focuses

Writing Lyrical: You Have to Feel It (12 x 12 Featured Author)

Your Name is a Song Author Joins Good Day Philadelphia Weekend

Your Name is a Song on Mr. Schu Reads

Your Name is a Song on The Children’s Book Podcast with Matthew Winner