Friend or Foe: Sean Stubblefield!

As you know, the beating heart of this campaign is the fans and the supporters of the show who take the time to write letters to Fox championing our cause and politely requesting a return of Frank Black. Sean Stubblefield is a sterling example of what this campaign needs, passionate fans willing to go that extra mile in order to help this campaign achieve its ends and contributing a very welcome article about our efforts in the process.

Sean is an independent writer (and fan) of philosophy and science fiction, a story consultant, proud geek, and loves Millennium so much he compiled and published his own sourcebook as well as contributing three poems to Brian Dixon's thematically related project, Revelation. Graduating with a Bachelors degree in TV/film making and media studies, Sean later discovered & embraced a passion and skill with writing.

He has written/published for sale 5 books (3 philosophy, 1 media studies, 1 sci-fi short story anthology), and has another in development, consisting of his current Twitter science fiction project to be found at twitter.com/seanacahi.

During 2005-2008, Sean was a volunteer writer/ editor for online “news paper” The Student Operated Press. Besides writing and sci-fi, his great passion is traveling and exploring, but also enjoys photography, biking, rock climbing and beaches.

Believing it is important to express artistic creativity and supporting the arts, Sean engages in art philanthropy as money and time allows, and created a blog named From The Stars, where exceptional independent artist projects are featured and celebrated. So, extend a hearty campaign welcome to Sean and please express your thanks for his support thus far. This is who we are!

6 Responses to "Friend or Foe: Sean Stubblefield!"

Sean Stubblefield said... August 18, 2009 at 8:20 AM

Let me publicly state here my sincere gratitude for this promotional post, and thinking my blog relevant enough to give space to on your site. It's a pleasure and honor to be associated with this worthy campaign. Mark has been all kinds of cool to collaborate with.

Mark Hayden said... August 18, 2009 at 8:33 AM

And likewise, we couldn't do it without people like you. The moment I hear that someone has written a letter to Fox on our behalf then I have a lot of time for that person, it's only fair that we find some small way to return the support and enthusiasm individuals have for BackToFrankBlack. Here's looking to the future and hoping we have a chance to collaborate on something again. This is who we are!

RSWehman said... August 19, 2009 at 9:07 AM

Thank you Sean and Mark for your collaboration. The blog was super and it definitely helps spread the word. We need all these silent Millennium fans to speak up and share their opinions. Tell Fox, tell your friends and lastly, tell anyone who will listen.

Thank you both again.

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda Wehman

Jósef Karl said... August 19, 2009 at 11:53 AM

Let me tell you, I'm always eager to hear and see more fans come out in the open. And more often than not, Millennium fans are intelligent and talented bunch of people. And Sean is no exception. :D

Really well written blog and nice photos you got there as well.

Let's make some noise people, come out of the woodwork! Show yourself and share your enthusiasm for Frank Black and Millennium!

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

RavenD said... August 20, 2009 at 12:23 AM

Very nice to someone see supporting Millennium but also Millennium Virtual Season Four which is very good. A warm welcome from someone coming out of the woodwork because I was told to ^ and rather nice it is to be out of it actually ;)

Earthnut said... August 20, 2009 at 7:38 AM

"Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born."
- Anais Nin

Welcome to the 'Group' Sean. Love and light to you and may all your endeavours be truly blessed. This is who we are x

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