Journalist and writer (b. 1936, İstanbul – d. 23 Ağustos 2012, İstanbul). He is the son of M. Necmettin Deliorman (1897- 1973). He studied at Haydarpaşa High School (1955) and İstanbul University, Faculty of Law. He graduated from İstanbul University, Faculty of Literature, Department of History (1966). He worked as a correspondent, redactor, writer and editor-in-chief at the newspapers Tan, Akşam, Ocak, Tercüman, Ortadoğu and Ekonomi and at the reviews Millî Yol and Toprak. Deliorman, who also served as the Director of the Headquarters of the Guild of Intellectuals (1970- 75), administered the Boğaziçi Publications and Bayrak Publications both of which he founded. He published the reviews Türk Dünyası, Millî Işık, Boğaziçi and Gurbette Bayrak. He has published the newspaper Tarih since 1990 and Edebiyat since 1992.
His first article was published in the children’s literature review Çocuk Sesi in 1947. Since then, his anecdotes, articles and research have been published in the newspapers Akşam, Ekonomi, Orta Doğu, Tercüman, Sabah and Son Havadis and in the reviews Kopuz, Ocak, Toprak, Millî Yol, Millî Işık, Boğaziçi, Bayrak and Orkun. He came first at the short story competition held by the review Türk Sanatı in 1954 with his short story Bir Kapı Açık Kaldı (A Door Remained Open) and the Turkish National Culture Foundation Grand Award in 1974 with his research Ermeni Komitecileri (Armenian Partisans). He is a member of the Journalists Association, the Professional Association of Scientific and Literary Work Owners of Turkey and the Guild of Intellectuals.
Mustafa Kemal Balkanlarda (Mustafa Kemal in the Balkans, 1959), Atatürk'ün Hayatındaki Kadınlar (The Women in the Life of Atatürk, 1961), Ermeni Komitecileri (Armenian Partisans, 1973), Büyük Darbe (The Great Impact, 1975), Tarih (History, textbooks for high school first and second grades, with Prof. Dr. İbrahim Kafesoğlu, 1976), Osmanlı Padişahları (Ottoman Sultans, 1980), Tanıdığım Atsız (The Atsız I Know, 1978), Üç Makale (Three Articles, 1989), Işıklı Hayatlar (Splendid Lives, 2004).