Ahlem Mosteghanemi, alternatively written Ahlam Mosteghanemi (born 1953) is an Algerian writer who has been called "the world's best-known arabophone woman novelist".
Ahlem was born in Tunis. She is the daughter of a militant political activist who was forced into exile during the Algerian liberation war. In the wake of independence, her family moved back to Algeria, where her father, an intellectual and a humanitarian, occupied high positions in the first Algerian government. He launched a literacy campaign all over the territory and supervised the distribution of agricultural land to the poorest.
Zakirat el Jassad (Memory of the Flesh/The Bridges of Constantine), By (author), Dar Al Adab, 1993, Book
Fawda el Hawas (Chaos of the Senses), By (author), Dar Al Adab, 1997, Book
Aber Sareer (Bed Hopper), By (author), Dar Al Adab, 2003, Book
El Aswad Yalikou Biki (Black Suits You so Well), By (author), Hachette-Antoine, 2012, Book