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Represented by: Kristina Sutton Lennon

Vincent A. Cellucci is a poet, cook, and parent (not often in that order). He wrote Absence Like Sun and An Easy Place / To Die. He also has three collaborative titles: come back river; _a ship on the line, which was a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award; and the latest released ~getting away with everything. Vincent performed Diamonds in Dystopia, an interactive poetry web app at SXSW in 2017, and the poem was anthologized in Best American Experimental Writing 2018. After 18 carnivals, he left Louisiana and moved to the Netherlands. He currently works at the TU Delft Library, while writing children's books, poetry, and a memoir based on his experiences cooking in fine dining during his years in New Orleans.  


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Vincent's Website

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