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Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)

State:  New York

Contact Information:  dmmarbrook@valstar.net

Website:  www.djelloulmarbrook.com

Djelloul Marbrook`s first book, Far from Algiers (Kent State University Press, 2008) won the 2007 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize and the 2010 International Book Award in poetry. "Artists` Hill," an excerpt from his unpublished novel, Crowds of One, won the 2008 Literal Latté first prize in fiction. Artemisia`s Wolf, a novella, was published by Prakash Books of India early in 2011. Alice Miller`s Room, a novella, was published in 1999 by OnlineOriginals.com (UK) as an e-book, and Bliss Plot Press of Woodstock, NY, recently published his novella, Saraceno, as an e-book. Orbis (UK), Smashwords.com, Potomac Review (Maryland) and Prima Materia (New York). His second book of poems is Brushstrokes and Glances (Deerbrook Editions, 2010). Recent poems were published by American Poetry Review, Barrow Street, Oberon, Meadowland Review, The Same, Reed, The Ledge, Poemeleon, Poets Against War, Fledgling Rag, Daylight Burglary, Le Zaporogue, Atticus, Long Island Quarterly, ReDactions, Istanbul Literary Review, Arabesques Literary and Cultural Review, Damazine, Perpetuum Mobile, Attic, and Chronogram. A retired newspaper editor and Navy veteran, he lives in Germantown, NY, with his wife Marilyn, and has lifelong ties to Woodstock.

 


 

A Cop is More Likely to Kill You Than a Terrorist - After 9/11, the fear of another attack on U.S. soil cleanly supplanted the fear of having one's irrational American fears.

The Press Focuses Attention on Washington and Away From Local Corruption - The American media is sick. Its invisible bacteria are infecting American politics in destructive ways, diverting attention from hometown and state corruption to Washington and instilling in the public mind the myth that Washington is the root of all evil

New York's Ghostly Rail Line Conjured in New Photo Exhibit - Gerard Malanga's "Ghostly Berms," an exhibition of photographs of the overgrown remnants of the Harlem Line from Manhattan to Chatham, NY, which stopped running 40 years ago, is on display in Hillsdale, NY, east of Hudson.

Journalism Is About Listening - Let us now praise famous men, James Agee said famously. Journalism certainly does that. Probably too much, especially in a public relations age when you can become famous for being famous.

Is Hatred and Fear of Women Behind Our Obsession With Blind Ideology? - We pay a terrible societal cost for our compulsion to be right and to follow ideology blindly, says prize-winning poet Djelloul Marbrook.

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