Robert Rave

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Robert Rave
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Born Robert Rave
(1974-06-10) June 10, 1974 (age 42)
Bloomington, Illinois
Education Bachelor of Fine Arts at Illinois Wesleyan University

Robert Rave (born June 10, 1974, Bloomington, Illinois) is an American book author and writer.


He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Illinois Wesleyan University majoring in English. After graduating in 1996, he began his career as a New York City-based publicist working on numerous public relations campaigns and events in the fashion and entertainment industries.

In 2004, he moved to Los Angeles and began writing full-time. In 2009 St. Martin's Press published Spin: A Novel centered on Taylor Green, a young man from the Midwest, who stumbles into New York without a clue or a contact and later is hired by the outrageous, Jennifer Weinstein, the city's most notorious public relations diva.[1][2][3][4]

His second novel, Waxed will be released in the summer of 2010.


  • (2009) Spin: A Novel, St. Martin's Press [5]
  • (2010) Waxed, St. Martin's Press [6]


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