Amr Muneer Dahab is a Sudanese born writer, poet, essayist, literary critic and electrical engineer. He has an experience of over twenty years as a columnist in opinion journalism and is widely acknowledged for his critical essays tackling controversial cultural, literary, intellectual, and political issues worldwide, and in the Arab world specifically.
His over twenty years’ experience as a columnist in opinion journalism, in addition to his academic engineering degree and relevant practical career, allowed his words to be architected in a skillfully depict reality with honesty, objectivity, and creativity.
Amr is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in the United States of America. He has more than twenty five books published in Arabic, and his book “Damn the Novel” had been translated into English and published in 2018. Amr wrote in English “Facing Troublemakers”, “You Are Always Good to Go”, “Life Painkillers”, “Cuisine”, “Reading”, “Pocket”, “Inspire”, and “Criticizing”; they were published in 2020 and 2021. Amr’s collection of poems “Stubborn in Love” has been translated into English and published in 2021.