Hasan Namir

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Hasan Namir
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Born 1987
Occupation writer
Nationality Canadian
Genre fiction
Notable works God in Pink

Hasan Namir (born 1987) is an Iraqi-Canadian writer,[1] whose debut novel God in Pink won the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Fiction at the 28th Lambda Literary Awards.[2]

Born in Iraq in 1987, Namir moved to Canada with his family at age 11.[3] He is a graduate of Simon Fraser University, and lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.[4] God in Pink, a novel about a gay man living in Baghdad during the Iraq War, was published by Arsenal Pulp Press in 2015.[5]