Ahlam Mosteghanemi
  • Gender:Female
  • ISNI:0000000122844376
  • Year of Birth:1953, Tunis, Tunisia

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.

Published works
  • 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