Kenza Sefrioui is a cultural journalist, literary critic and publisher. She was in charge of the literary section in the Journal hebdomadaire from 2005 to 2010 and collaborates with Tel Quel, Diptyk and www.economia.ma.
She wrote a doctoral thesis in comparative literature at the University Paris IV-Sorbonne on the magazine Souffles (1966-1973), espoirs de révolution culturelle au Maroc (Sirocco Edition, 2013 Grand Atlas Prize).
Also, she co-directed Casablanca œuvre ouverte, a new edition of Casablanca, fragments d’imaginaire with a second volume, Casablanca poème urbain on contemporary writings in Casablanca. (Le Fennec, 2013).
As co-founder of the editions En toutes lettres and cultural activist, she published Le livre à l’épreuve, les failles de la chaîne au Maroc (En toutes lettres, 2017).
She also collaborated with Leila Slimani on the book Casablanca, nid d’artistes, an emotional stroll in Casablanca, edited by Malika Editions in December 2018.