Naim Sabry is an Egyptian poet and novelist living in Cairo, Egypt. He started by writing poetry. His first two books were poetry collections: “The Diary of a Post- stamp” and “Reflections.” He then wrote two plays “The Well of the Berry Tree”, a musical poetic play and “The Leader”, a poetic play followed by another poetry collection - “The Talk of the Creatures.”
His childhood autobiography - “The Diary of an Old Child” followed and since then he has been writing novels. To date, he has published nine novels. The latest of which is “And Isis continues to dream”, which was published in 2009 by Madbouli.
Naim Sabry graduated from the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering in 1968. After graduation he worked as an Engineer for some time and then in the private sector. Since 1995, Naim has become a full-time writer. He is married to Nagwa Youssef and has one daughter, Sarah Sabry.