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Sean Stubblefield

Currently based in Houston Texas, Sean Stubblefield graduated Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Television Production and Media Studies.

Sean has written non-fiction (philosophy and media commentary) since 1993, and science fiction since 2008. Author of a dozen books, Sean is also a freelance story consultant/ editor, and an advocate for media literacy with the Artemis Eternal project.

From 2005-2008, as writer and editor, he contributed to The SOP in its beginning, and returned in 2012.

An indie artist who supports indie artists, he created the curating blog From The Stars: http://seanstubblefield.blogspot.com

His awesome photo gallery: http://exastra23.deviantart.com/gallery/

To Contact : exastra@hotmail.com

 

 

Indians Are An Endangered Species - Some of the most important issues today between the American Indians and the United States federal government is a fight for sufficient land and social, medical and educational services for tribal members.

Space City Con premier in review - Houston Texas gets a new science fiction Convention: Space City Con. Sean Stubblefield comments on his experience there.

MOVIE REVIEW: ANOTHER EARTH - Sean Stubblefield reviews movie: Another Earth

MOVIE REVIEW: IN TIME - Sean Stubblefield reviews movie: IN TIME

To Disturb and Suspect: a different kind of police corruption - In my experience and observation, it seems to me that the vast majority of police type personnel are out to get you, rather than try to help you.

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