Rabie Jaber

Rabie Jaber, born in Beirut in 1972, is a distinguished Lebanese writer, intellectual, and journalist. He holds a degree in physics from the American University of Beirut. Currently, he serves as the editor of the weekly intellectual and literary supplement “Afaaq,” published by the London-based newspaper “Al-Hayat.” One of his notable works is “Beirut 39,” a book released in conjunction with Beirut’s celebration as the World Book Capital in 2009. The book features contributions from young Arab writers and poets under the age of 39. In 2010, he was nominated for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction for his book “America,” which was also adapted into a film of the same name. He won the award in 2012 for his novel “Druze of Belgrade.”

Books Written by Rabie Jaber