The Saudi writer Muhammad Ali Alwan died today at the age of 73.
The deceased was born in Abha in 1950 AD. He is a writer and storyteller. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Arabic literature from the College of Arts at King Saud University in 1974 AD.
Alwan also worked in the Ministry of Information since his graduation in 1394 AH.
He also worked as an Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Information for Internal Information Affairs from July 2005 AD (Jumada al-Akhira 1426 AH).
He supervised – may God have mercy on him – the cultural pages in Saudi newspapers and magazines (Riyadh, Al-Jazeera, Al-Yamamah).
Among his most prominent publications:
(bread and silence)
(the story starts like this)
(for home memory)