Tag Archives: George Salis

Fiction: In Communion with the Invisible Flock: Erasmus Karl and the Nidificant Manuscript

An essay by Luisa Sontag, as provided by George Salis Art by Leigh Legler “If thy heart were a nest, thou would begat many birds.” –The Purloined Philosophia by Boris of Aventaria There has been much controversy, even mythology, surrounding … Continue reading

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An Interview with George Salis

Today, we’re chatting with MSJ alum George Salis, who has a new novel, Sea Above, Sun Below coming out from River Boat Books. Upside-down lightning, a group of uncouth skydivers, resurrections, a mother’s body overtaken by a garden, aquatic telepathy, … Continue reading

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