My sources for Kalusa were, if I remember right, a partial dictionary that I found on Gary Shannon's old webpage, courtesy of the Way-back machine. I was only able to find bits and pieces of this page, however, so perhaps the dictionary was more complete than what I could find. I also found some words in David Peterson's Smiley Award from 2006. I probably found a few other words written on bubble-gum cards. Looking at Jim Henry's page, I am pleased to see that the Saga of Malia and Kuana exists, since I had not been able to find it before. In fact, all that I knew of it were just a few tantalizing hints from the Smiley Award. I see many words and constructions that I had never found before. Also, it seems that Kalu is the name of the island where the Kalusa language is spoken. When the Kalusa project happened, I don't think I had ever even heard the word "conlang," before, so I found out about it on the playground as a bit of conlang-lore from casual mentions within this group. I feel a little sad that the language had passed, especially since it did so before I ever heard of it. It seems that about every week on the Facebook Conlang page, someone is beginning a new Collaborative Conlang project (as well as Spelling Reform, the Auxiliary Language that will Finally Conquer Esperanto, and a new Brand of Super-Cool Quenya), but there is nary a mention of Kalusa at all. Now that I am aware of Jim Henry's page, I think that, between it and this partial dictionary, one could reconstruct a fun version of Kalusa. I won't be the one to do it, though. It would require a lot of patience and perhaps should be done by someone who was with Kalusa from the beginning. Besides, I just wanted to write a couple of silly sentences. And spread awareness of Conlang Abandonment. Long Live Kalusa!