Author: Vincent L Scarsella


After retiring in 2010 after a long career with the State of New York up in the Buffalo area as a prosecutor, attorney disciplinary counsel, and tax attorney, Vince moved with his wife, Rosanne, to Davenport in central Florida, minutes from Disney World, where he now writes and teaches at a local college.

Vince’s short stories have appeared in print magazines such as The Leading EdgeAethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature, and Fictitious Force, several speculative fiction anthologies, as well as many online zines.  His short story, ‘The Cards of Unknown Players’, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.  Vince’s debut crime novel, The Anonymous Man, was published in May 2013, and a second crime novel, Lawyers Gone Bad, is due for release at the end of 2014. His complete publishing credits can be viewed at

Vince and Rosanne have three children, Derek, Kristyn and Vincent, and five beautiful grandchildren.

IFWG Publishing International publishes Vincent’s Psi Wars! series, set in a young teen futuristic fantasy universe:

Psi Academy Escape front cover


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  4. Love your books. Just happened to see them on Amazon. First one I read was “Anonymous Man.” Didn’t realize you were a fellow Buffalonian. I was a Supreme Court Reporter in Erie County, retired in ’93. We have a place in Haines City. Small world.

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