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 Award (1996).

Anthologies featuring Moinul Ahsan Saber

The Book of Dhaka

Stories taken from the bustling, chaotic city of Dhaka by ten talented writers. At their core, these stories are of quintessential human relationships and motivations that would have resonance in virtually any part of the world.