Now serving time. If you still see the name appear, it is being manned by someone else. Sweetwater's 2013 Year in Review Lawsuits and Retirement
Why Sweetwater's Entertainment Attorney governs the Firebrand's rights of Intellectual Creation and what that means for those who try to bring her down.
Sweetwater has commercial advantage when it comes to artistic innovation. Her valuable intellectual property needs defended, and the Law of Cyberspace is not so different from the range wars of the late 1800s, thus Aspen Extreme: The Sundance Wives Carve Out a Niche. Hollywood! Lawsuits settled and collected, Sweetwater retired from her twenty-five-year writing career in September 2013.
Range wars in the literature in the arts have been the subject of movies and stories. Here are examples.
Jett Durango, (Sweetwater's 1890s alter ego) a trilogy of Spaghetti Lesbian Westerns set in Montana by Sage Sweetwater about a firebrand in buckskins and six shooters with a hot printing press and a godly relationship with Sister, her spiritual protector who welcomes Jett into her church, the White Collar Ordinance on her ass, who are thieves, rapists, and liars taking what does not belong to them. Jett Durango rides on the Old West themes of justice through retribution and Old West karma, based on the life of Sweetwater.
A range war was used as a plot in the 12th season of the TV show Dallas.
Range War is a 1939 movie (featuring Hopalong Cassidy) about a group of ranchers in conflict with a railway company.
Shane is a 1953 movie (featuring Alan Ladd) that tells the story of a gunfighter taking the side of the farmers against cattlemen during a fictional range war loosely based on the Johnson County Range War.
The Virginian a 1902 novel by Owen Wister. It was filmed four times, also based on the Johnson County Range War, but on the side of the large ranchers and depicting the lynchings as frontier justice for cattle rustling.
Open Range (2003), in which free-grazers take on a cattle baron who tries to use hired assassins to steal their herd.
To The Last Man: A Story of the Pleasant Valley War is a novel by famous Western author Zane Grey concerning the Pleasant Valley War in 1880s Arizona.
Oklahoma! (1943 Broadway musical, 1955 film) Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about a cowboy in love with a farm girl, complicated by a rivalry between local farmers and cowboys over fences and water rights.
El Dorado is a 1966 movie about an aging gunfighter who goes straight to help his drunken lawman friend after a cattle baron hires him to intervene in a range war.
Heaven's Gate (1980), based on the Johnson County War.
"The Range War" by Todd Rundgren focuses on a relationship between a boy whose "uncle runs cattle" and a girl whose "daddy runs sheep" and hints at this relationship fueling this particular range war.
Chisum is a 1970 western movie loosely based on the 1878 Lincoln County War in New Mexico Territory.