Vincent Louis Carrella

Vincent Louis Carrella

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Vincent Louis Carrella's debut novel, Serpent Box (Harper-Collins Perennial/ February 2008), chronicles the life of a deformed boy, born inside the hollow of an old lynching tree, on a quest for God, meaning, and the secret mysteries of faith. He lives in a state of perpetual wonder in California, the state of perpetual dreams.

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May 2000 Issue

The Serpent Box and The Poison Jar

First Prize, 2000 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
Charles Flint had for some time been in the habit of consuming lethal doses of strychnine and lye. He learned it from the Bowsky brothers, several years back, under a patched canvas circus tent in the hills of north Georgia[…]

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