Moinul Ahsan Saber
Moinul Ahsan Saber (born 1958) is a
famous short story writer, whose father Ahsan Habib, had also been one of the major
modern poets of Bangladesh. Saber studied Sociology at Dhaka University and was
the editor of a popular weekly magazine Saptahik 2000 and now a full-time
writer. He also writes children’s fiction and novels. The publication of his first
collection of short stories Porasto Sahish in 1982 earned him a lot of fame.
He has a handful of awards to his credit—Philip’s Award, Bapi Shahriar Children’s
Award, Humayun Qadir Literature Award and the most prestigious Bangla Academy Literature
Anthologies featuring Moinul Ahsan Saber
A City in Short Fiction.