In 1986 at May’s end, I left Valley Forge Military Academy never to return, and in departure’s rush, I left a box on my small, old, wooden desk in my...
Vincent Triola was born June 26, 1970, in Baltimore, Maryland. Graduating from Mount Saint Joseph High School in 1988, Vince worked in the moving and storage industry fourteen years before working in content writing. As an entrepreneur, Vince owned technologies and content writing businesses.
Starting in the late eighties writing poetry and fiction, Vince soon dismayed with the writing industry and ceased efforts to publish but continued to amass a wealth of poems and narratives. Vince returned to writing in 2007, ghostwriting for small and large companies while developing several lucrative term paper and content marketing websites.
Today, Vince writes professionally for private clients while writing satire, literary fiction, poetry, and other prose. Vince created the genre of Multidimensional Poetry and Prose that uses embedded anagrams, structured prose, and poetry, allowing for multiple themes and perspectives of a subject.
Vince lives in Los Angeles, California, and actively writes books, poetry, and screenplays.
Early morning was the best time to go to Rosewood because you could park in a nearby apartment complex and walk across a field unnoticed when entering.
My coming to live with the ghost of Victor Schertzinger occurred in July of 2018 after leaving Hawaii to work on a short story series with a comedian friend living...
In 2009, I explored some of the Rosewood Asylum in Owings Mills Maryland with a friend. Founded in 1888, Rosewood, originally named Asylum and Training School for the Feeble-Minded, underwent...
If you never considered equality’s importance and feel a grind of annoyance when people say, “Black Lives Matter” or watching Asians protest on TV, then please proceed no further.