Books by Martin Domleo range through poetry, novella, and novel. On this website, a page is given to each of five books currently available.  

His poetry has been widely published in magazines and anthologies, and has been short-listed in three international poetry competitions. His first collection Decelerations, published by Lapwing in 2011, is the result of many years of poetry writing, covering topics as diverse as a butcher’s shop in the early twentieth century and the modern obsession with electronic games. Increasing the Denominator is Martin Domleo's second collection.

Brought up in Derby, Martin Domleo's early working life was spent working in a corner shop. This was followed by thirty-five years in the teaching profession. Throughout this time he wrote plays, stories and poems for the children in his classes. In 2003, he self-published The Desk, an illustrated narrative poem built around the graffiti on an old school desk. A very successful venture, The Desk was reprinted in 2006. A novel, Scream over Stallard's (2005) combines motor sport, love and pain with a sinister tragedy from an awakened past. The Haunted Barn is a novella in the Rites of Passage genre.