Salih Israil Biography
Passion. Writing. Editing. Consulting. Teaching. Motivating. Those are the words that come to mind when you think of Salih Israil. He wears
many hats-all of which are inspired by his love for literature.
He is a literacy advocate who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Language and Literature and has worked as a teacher's assistant for several college
literature courses and designed and facilitated several pre-college and adult education literacy/writing workshops. He is a spiritual motivator who holds a Master of Professional Studies in Urban Ministry. He a content-editor who has edited over twelve novels-including works by
authors such as Cino Mike, Zach Tate, and Tha Twniz.
He is an author who has published five novels under three different pseudonyms: As D.L. Cox, he has published two Urban Fantasy novels:
Host Chronicles Volume 1: Devil's Offspring and Host Chronicles Volume 2: Hope Rising. As Mon-D, he has published two Urban Street
Fiction novels: Boardwalk Kingpins and Sister's Keeper. As D. Israil, he has published one Urban Street Fiction novel: The Legend of Greenboy.
He is currently working on starting a literature curriculum design firm, a firm that focuses on assisting educators with enhancing, developing
and designing Jr. High School, High School, and after-school literature curriculum that introduces students to the trans formative power of
literature and encourages students to critically engage their social, economic, and cultural environments.