Night of the Foal: The New Riders of the Purple Sage
Sage Sweetwater re-kindles the spirit of the Old West in her lesbian poetry, blending elements into contemporary settings. Her audience passes through a peeled-pine-log entrance to her pulp fiction gallery, a collection of lesbian erotica, giving lesbian sexuality the natural feel of nature and wood; whiskey bent, conjuring up brothels, tipis, stagecoaches, and spiritual elements of Earth and Sky, invigorating scenes which explore women’s history. Sage Sweetwater quills a new generation of pilgrim lesbians. Her commitment to literary excellence and accuracy is defended. The quality of Sage Sweetwater’s work resides on Authors Den where it is showcased, which has withstood screening, critique, rejection, scandal, and controversy. Success is the best motivation. Sage Sweetwater has written many volumes, and what she has got in return are the fans, a faithful readership who knows Sage Sweetwater lays out a good storyline and opening hook, stanzas and paragraphs that maintain reader interest. Sage Sweetwater thanks the pulp heroes who created the pulp genre.
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