About Satis

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Satis was born in the suburbs of Boston, MA, although he left there when he was two. He spent most of his childhood split between the soaring peaks of the Swiss Alps an the dark industrialism of northern England, and their scenery has left an indelible mark on his psyche and creativity.

He went to school in Sheffield, England, and earned a B.A. in Music Composition from the University of Sheffield. From there he somehow ended up returning to the stories he used to write as a child, and has spent most of the time since 2005 honing the craft of writing (though he’s a long way from a master yet).

He currently lives in northern New Jersey with his wife and son, and he firmly believes that without their support he would not be here today.

Satis – 2020

17 Comments

    1. You’re more than welcome, Red (Red?). I discovered your blog through a mutual (blogging) friend, and was quite taken. You have powerful words.

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      1. I totally agree. Actually i got to know his works recently, after watching the Movie Immortal Beloved. Seen that?
        after than, I’m always downloading the tracks and playing them all the time.

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  1. Hey Satis,

    Thanks for stopping by and reading and commenting on some of my blog and fiction. Much appreciated. Glad you enjoyed the short story – I took “gripping” as a serious compliment! Looking forward to following you.

    Good luck with your site.
    Amaya

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    1. Hm. Interesting opinion of me you’ve developed…but thank you! I was checking out your stuff, and your art is wonderful. Thank you for letting me discover you!

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