Iman Bakri (إيمان بكري) (1955 ), Egyptian poet born in Cairo. She received a B.A. in Arabic and Islamic studies from Cairo University in 1977. She teaches Arabic on the secondary school level and is a member of the Poets of Arabism group.
(From Arab Women Writers A Critical reference Guide by Radwa Ashour & Feryal Ghazoul)
- al-'Azf 'ala awtar al-qalb (Playing the Heart Strings, poetry). Cairo: Rose al-Yusuf Foundation, 1988.
- Wamdat qalb yahtariq (Glimmers of a Burning Heart, poetry). Cairo: Rose al-YusufFoundation, 1991.
- Imra'a ft sijill al-zaman (A Woman in Time's Archives, poetry). Cairo: General Egyptian Book Organization, 1993.
- 'Ajayib ya zol1zan (What a World, colloquial poetry). Cairo: General Authority for Culture Palaces, n.d.