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Published:February 15th, 2010 14:09 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Djelloul Marbrook, Author of Saraceno

Judyth Piazza chats with Djelloul Marbrook, Author of Saraceno

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

 

Del Marbrook was born in Algiers to an American painter and a Bedouin father. He grew up in New York City, never having known his father. On the subject of education, at least, he agrees with Jamaica Kincaid: before the age of twenty-one, aspiring writers should read only dead Englishmen (and women). He has worked as a soda jerk, newspaper hawker, messenger, and theatre and nightclub concessionaire in Manhattan, and as a merchant seaman and Navy boatswain.

His newspaper reporting and editing career includes `The Providence Journal`, `The Baltimore Sun`, `The Winston-Salem Journal`, and the late `Washington Star`. He and his wife Marilyn lived on a sailboat for eleven years, coming ashore in 1989. is Del`s first work for Online Originals. You can read about his other writing at.

For More Information:  www.delmarbrook.com, www.djelloulmarbrook.com, www.myspace.com/delmarbrook

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