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Poetry Reading by Del Marbrook, August 12th

You are invited to a reading by Djelloul (Del) Marbook & Irene Mitchell
at 4 PM, Sunday, Aug. 12, at The Spotty Dog Books and Ale, 440 Warren Street, Hudson, NY, (518) 671-6006www.thespottydog.com).  We hope you can come and look forward to seeing you! Bios below:
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Djelloul Marbrook’s first poetry 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. His second book of poems is Brushstrokes and Glances (Deerbrook Editions, 2010). His fiction includes Guest Boy (2012, Mira Publishing House, UK), book one of the Light Piercing Water trilogy. “Artists’ Hill,” an excerpt from book two of the trilogy, won the 2008 Literal Latté first prize in fiction. His other novels are Saraceno (2012, Bliss Plot Press, Mt. Tremper, NY, available in paper, ebook, and audio); Artemisia’s Wolf  (2011, Prakash Books, India), and Alice Miller’s Room (1999,  OnlineOriginals.com, UK. His poems have been published by American Poetry Review, Barrow Street, From the Fishouse, Oberon, Northport Journal, Meadowland Review, The Same, ReedThe Ledge, Poemeleon, Poets Against War, Fledgling Rag, Daylight Burglary, Le Zaporogue, Atticus Review, Long Island Quarterly, and ReDactions, among others. His short fiction has been published by Orbis (UK), Potomac Review (Maryland) and Prima Materia (New York).  A retired newspaper editor and Navy veteran, he lives in Germantown, NY, with his wife Marilyn.
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