Siham Bayyumi (born 1949) is an Egyptian writer and journalist. She was born in Cairo and studied at Helwan University. She has worked as a journalist at the Cairo newspaper Al Gomhuria, and has published works of both fiction and non-fiction. Her books include the short story collection Al-Khayl Wa-Al-Layl. Her historical novel Ayyam al-Qabbuti dealt with the excavation of the Suez Canal. Her work has been translated into Italian by Elisabetta Bartuli and appeared in a 2001 anthology titled Rose del Cairo.
- Kharait Lil-Mawj
- Al-Khayl Wa-Al-Layl: Qisas Qasirah
- Ayyam al Qabbuti
- ʻĀshūr, Raḍwá; Ghazoul, Ferial Jabouri; Reda-Mekdashi, Hasna; McClure, Mandy (2008). Arab Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide, 1873-1999. American Univ in Cairo Press. ISBN 9789774161469.
- Extract from Ayyam al-Qabbuti published in Al-Ahram Hebdo (June 2003), translated from Arabic to French by Djamel Si-Larbi
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