Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen (Babylon, 1953) is a poet, journalist and translator who has degrees in Economics and English Literature from the University of Baghdad, plus a Diploma of Interpreting (Arabic-English) from Adelaide Institute of TAFE, South Australia. He has published fourteen poetry collections in English and Arabic and won the major prize of Iraqi poetry in 1999. Adeeb's poetry has been published in The Best Australian Poems 2007 (edited by Peter Rose) and The Best Australian Poems 2012 (edited by John Tranter), on many Australian websites and in magazines and books, such as Southerly, Meanjin and Friendly Street Poets. His poetry has been translated into many languages, reviewed by many Iraqi and Arabic critics and published in Man of Letters: 33 Critics Write About Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen's Poetry (edited by Dr. Migdad Rahim). On the same subject, the Syrian critic Dr. Saleh Arrazzouk has published his book The Social and Knowledgeable Matter in Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen's Poetry, while the Tunisian critic Dr. Hayet Khyari published her book Add a Letter N.
Latest Book: Something Wrong (poetry collection)
Salmat , Adelaide SA, 2012
Other Books: Fatherhood (poetry collection)
Seaview press, Adelaide SA, 2009
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