Convent and pulpits are cast in Sage Sweetwater's Lesbian Western Pulp Fiction, original, sexy and legendary stories. Filmmakers know at this very moment Sage Sweetwater is a hot, blazing property to hit Hollywood bonanza!
Turning a simple Mormon convent storyline into a mustang code of an enlightening roundup of prophecy is an example of freedom of religion from the convent to the rawhide.
Taking over the Establishment in another storyline unearthing the philosopher's stone all throughout with scripture that rides to the very end in a powerful metaphor of sky-floating cottonwood being heaven bound lifting spirits of goodness to God's Kingdom in afterlife to healing religious abuses that cut deep as sharp glass. And an Oath that rides eternally with allegiance and a blessing of the power of a good name.
Converting from ministry to brothel and back to ministry in an eye-opening pulpit that is going to hell along with dirty politics. Sweetwater is dedicated to art of religion, the good, bad and ugly storytelling in film with historical accuracy from century to century, from morphine to opium. An eye opening account of women's lives in transformation. Revelations of religious incest and sexual abuse that cleanses itself powerfully in the brothel stable, in the madam's barn, through E coli bacteria treatment devices treating water purifying it, and a vision stirred from a buffalo skull hanging in a sweat lodge, all metaphors to healing religious abuses.
Deceptive men of the cloth, rape, blackmail and extortion in a political blockbuster lesbian western that takes its title from the anvil.
Colt Peacemakers, again deceptive men of the cloth, again rape, saloons, brothels. and a printing press bound to expose it all, the barbed wire fences the preachers put up to stop the firebrand's ink have all been snipped with a pair of late 1800s wirecutters. The poetry of Celebrity Firebrand Sage Sweetwater is said to have sparked a revolution from one of her first defending poems on Authors Den, Creation of a Dime Novelist: Preachers See My Moccasin Eyelets and the highly commercial Hollywood follow-up poem The Powder River Hymnals rumored to have more truth than fiction in Sweetwater's personal life which inspired her to take Religion to the big screen. Sweetwater's stories are diverse with interesting characters who bring to life religion on the big screen, religion complying to her standards, not the other way around.
Talking to one of her filmmakers regularly, highly pleased with Sage's current script Jett Durango, we move closer to the Development date of June 2011 when a lesbian western will be cast and a television spin-off series follows with plotlines of Religion in each episode picking up where the film leaves off. Religion, so much can be written on it because history repeats itself.
Copyright Ms. Sage Sweetwater, firebrand lesbian novelist