Habib Abdulrab Sarori is a Yemeni novelist, born in 1956. He has been Professor of Computer Science at the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Rouen, France, since 1992. He has published literary works in both Arabic and French. His first novel La Reine Étripée was published in French in 1998. He has published seven novels in Arabic, a collection of short stories and a book of poetry. An extract from his novel, The Bird of Destruction (2005), appeared in English translation in Banipal magazine, in an issue devoted to contemporary Yemeni writing.




Contributor's Issues
Banipal No 36 Literature in Yemen Today (2009)
Banipal No 56 Generation '56 (Summer 2016)
Banipal No 52 New Fiction (2015)


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