In every life he has died by horse. In his other, simultaneous, life he is a horse thief on the Oregon trail.
Medusa’s Mirrored TVContinue reading “Medusa’s Mirrored TV”
George Salis: Did you have a vision of an Aztec having a vision of an American working in a slaughterhouse who had visions? How many visions can you envision?Continue reading “Mythologized Visions: An Interview with Sesshu Foster”
At over 700 pages, Rick Harsch’s The Manifold Destiny of Eddie Vegas “is in part a story about what empire has wrought, and how over the recent two centuries the United States rose to global economic mastery and nuclear proliferate madhouse. But it is also an absurdist masterpiece and a metafictional epic rooted in American history (including the story of Hugh Glass, his journey along the Salmon River and the epic battle with Old Ephraim, a giant bear), and the impact of that history on our modern society (the movie by DiCaprio notwithstanding).”Continue reading “Punnery & Nunnery: An Interview with Rick Harsch”
George Salis: Your new book, An Angel of Sodom, contains a short novel and thirteen short stories. What was the thought-process behind curating this collection? How do the stories complement each other?Continue reading “Driving a Bug: An Interview with David Vardeman”
Calvinball in the 90s (a double abecedarian)Continue reading “Calvinball in the 90s (a double abecedarian)”