Farida Diouri (born 1953; died August 8, 2004) was a Moroccan novelist.
Diouri was born in Larache (Morocco), the daughter of the Spanish-Moroccan writer Driss Diouri. She has two children. She now lives in Paris.Studied at the Institut espagnol and at the Institut francais. She graduated at the lycée Descartes of Rabat and studied economics at the faculty of law of Rabat. She was journalist of l'Opinion, the second largest newspaper of Morocco and after that chief editor of the magazine of the Union des Femmes "Aicha". Since 1993 she worked with an international, American hotel-enterprise and as correspondent of journals like "Echo touristique". She started to write at 40 and her first novel Vivre dans la Dignité ou Mourir was chosen for the Prix du Grand Atlas, organised by the French Ambassy in Morocco. She was related to English radio presenter Adam Diouri.
Vivre dans la dignité, ou mourir, 1993 (first novel)
Dans tes yeux, la flamme infernale, Paris ; Montréal (Québec) ; Torino : l'Harmattan, 30, 11, 2000. The struggle of a powerless woman for recognition
L'Ange et la misère, Paris Harmattan - 18, 06, 2002. The story of a prostituted woman who is ignored and excluded by society.