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Dominga Rio of Cuero: Phoenix Rising http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewpoetry.asp?id=300072signal transmitting a bad-ass timed exposure, blackpowder bonding anvil to reckoning, bible, preacher and fire, Judas and liar...(CON'T.)...more
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Four lesbian women, each one a baby boomer born between 1946 and 1964, have learned it all from scratch, by living it through farm and ranch and from education in environmental "range law" - What this arrangement of The Sundance Wives is, is a self-selection time-honored tradition of which community art can be made through writing and painting.Upcoming and exciting things happening fo...more
Everything is a concept until integrated. Just as the Wagon Wheel, until integrated with three other Wagon Wheels to make four, will it roll a wagon. Mending the cracked Vagina and mending the Wagon Wheel are a whole lot alike....more
Sage Sweetwater Geared For New Line of Erotic Lesbian Stories
From the desk of Sage Sweetwater sending out to her fans a hot message steeped in sensuality with the laws of nature and the laws of lesbian attraction.
Dominga Rio of Cuero rides out of Custer County on the journey to Publish Hill!
Dominga Rio of Cuero is a brilliant narrative by Sage Sweetwater, superlative lesbian storyteller of our times, bringing this story to her audience through the lesbian western, written in the screenplay version.
Sage Sweetwater uses narrative fiction to voice female experience as well as lesbian themes and concerns. Sage Sweetwater writes from the 1960s revolutionary feminist era.