is a contemporary American poet, novelist, and photographer.

Djelloul Marbrook is the author of four published poetry books and five forthcoming:

Forthcoming in 2017 from Leaky Boot:

His five books of books of fiction:

Fiction forthcoming in 2017 from Leaky Boot (UK):

He won the 2008 Literal Latté fiction prize for "Artists Hill," an excerpt from Crowds of One, Book 2 in the Guest Boy trilogy. New Millennium Writings has selected four of his stories and one poem in the last 10 years. His work has been published by American Poetry Review, Barrow Street, Coal Hill Review, Omniverse, Galatea Resurrects, Taos Poetry Journal, Onager Editions, Orbis (UK), From the Fishouse, Oberon, The Same, Reed, Fledgling Rag, Pine Hills Review, Le Zaporogue (Denmark), Poets Against the War, Poemeleon, Van Gogh's Ear Anthology (France), Atticus Review, Onager Editions, Knot Magazine,Deep Water Literary Journal, Red Sky (the Sable Books anthology on violence against women) and Daylight Burglary, among others.

He maintains a lively presence on Twitter and Facebook. A U.S. Navy veteran and retired newspaper editor, he lives in the mid-Hudson Valley with his wife Marilyn. His newspaper career included the Providence (RI) Journal, the Elmira (NY) Star-Gazette, the Baltimore Sun, the Winston-Salem Journal, the Washington Star, and Media News dailies in northeast Ohio and northern New Jersey. He is the editor-in-chief of Arabesques, a trilingual online and print literary quarterly.

Djelloul is among the contributors featured in Dove Tales: Refugees and the Displaced, an International Journal of the Arts and a project of Writing for Peace.

Interviews

WAMC Northeast Public Radio, Interview with Djelloul Marbook, by Joe Donahue

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The Tabago Page interview with Djelloul Marbrook

Online Publications

Djelloul has two poems in the May 2017 issue of La Presa, published by Embajadoras Press. Click here to view.