is a contemporary American poet, novelist, and photographer.

Djelloul Marbrook is the author of ten poetry books and ten fiction books (see list below). He has won the 2007 Stan & Tom Wick Poetry Prize, the 2010 International Book Award in poetry, and the 2008 Literal Latté fiction award for "Artist's Hill " (an excerpt from Crowds of One, Book 2 of the Light Piercing Water trilogy, for release Nov. 15, 2018). His poetry and fiction has been widely published in journals and anthologies. He maintains a popular and vibrant presence on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. 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.

Books by Djelloul Marbrook:




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.