About the Author
Sage Sweetwater is the name of Colorado firebrand lesbian novelist, storyteller, poet, and songwriter. Sage Sweetwater is the lesbian equivalent to Louis L'Amour, master storyteller of the American frontier. Sage Sweetwater has published five lesbian pulp fiction dime-store novels with AuthorHouse, THE BUCKSKIN SKIRT OAR TRAVELER and FROM THE CONVENT TO THE RAWHIDE: THE SAGA OF SADIE CADE AND VI MONTANA. Sage released BLUE CORN WOMAN in December 2007 and DOMINGA RIO OF CUERO in March 2009, adapted to screen. NIGHT OF THE FOAL: THE NEW RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE summmer of 2009. Her FOUR CORNERS SERIES stories are the flagship of STONE CREEK WOMAN, a medicine camp in Colorado's Western frontier. Stone Creek Woman leads other women across Colorado's western frontier to get themselves back into the primal element of life in an undiluted, natural environment. Sage Sweetwater goes beyond the conventional and breaks through the door to a more imaginative property. She converts obstacles into opportunities, innovative and operating within her audience's understanding. She knows what strengths she can count on when under fire. Sage Sweetwater is a pathfinder, blessed with being born gifted and with a natural insulation, registering in the upper bracket of talent and well-being, doing something worthwhile in her culture, focusing on her inner achievements as well as her outer attainments. Her process of writing is finding alternative paths through the maze of life. Sage Sweetwater stories are intentionally written for the movies, making sure her characters and plots are visual and translate well on screen. Sage Sweetwater's lesbian Western pulp fiction dime-store novel FROM THE CONVENT TO THE RAWHIDE: THE SAGA OF SADIE CADE AND VI MONTANA published by AuthorHouse has been adapted to screen to be a film.