Ali Azaykou
Ali Sidqi Azaykou (1942–2004), also called Dda Ali, was a Moroccan Berber poet, historian, philosopher and critic.He was an active partisan for the rights of the Berbers in Morocco.». He has greatly ...
Abdelkebir Khatibi
Abdelkebir Khatibi (11 February 1938 – 16 March 2009) was a Moroccan literary critic, novelist and playwright. Affected in his late twenties by the rebellious spirit of 1960s counterculture, he challe...
Abu Mohammed al-Qasim al-Sijilmasi
Abu Mohammed al-Qasim al-Sijilmasi (died 1304) was an important literary scholar from Morocco and the author of Al-Manza al-badi fi tagnis asalib al-badi (The Striking Course in Categorising the Forms...
Touria Oulehri
Touria Oulehri (1926-2011) was a Moroccan author.Oulehri was a teacher at the École Normale Supérieure in Meknès. She published articles on the subject of literary criticism as well as on both francop...
Mohammed Leftah
Mohamed Leftah (1946 Settat - 2008 Cairo) was a Moroccan novelist and literary critic writing in French. He wrote ten novels and worked for Matin du Sahara and Temps du Maroc.
Laila Lalami
Laila Lalami (Arabic: ليلى العلمي‎, born 1968) is a Moroccan American novelist and essayist.
Lalami was born and raised in Rabat, Morocco, where she earned her B.A. in English from Unive...
Salim Jay
Salim Jay (born in 1951) is a Moroccan novelist, essayist and literary critic. He was born in Paris from a Moroccan father and a French mother. He has written about 20 books, numerous essays and more ...
Bachir Qamari
Bashir Qamari is a well known Moroccan literary critic, novelist and playwright.He was born in Nador in 1951. He studied Arabic literature in Rabat (1975 MA, 1987 PhD). He was professor at the facu...