Rabih Alameddine (b. 1959) is a Lebanese American painter and writer. He was born in Jordan to Lebanese parents and has lived in Kuwait, Lebanon, England, and the United States. He began his career as an engineer, then moved to writing and painting. He is the author of two novels—Koolaids and I, the Divine—as well as The Perv, a collection of short stories, and most recently, The Hakawati. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. He lives in San Francisco and Beirut.
* Koolaids: The Art of War (April 1998)
* The Perv (June 1999)
* I, the Divine: A Novel in First Chapters (October 2001)
* The preface of Homophobia: Views and Positions (May 2006)
* The Hakawati or The Storyteller (April 2008)
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