Archive for May, 2022


and so! there it is, a copy of the first run of indigenous horror classic: SUN INFINITY MOON! online and ready for purchase!

in my mind this was going to be a great movie but then I got to thinking: how do we film a forest burning down, for show business? how do we film a UFO coming down and pulling off an alien abduction, all based on the music of Chet Baker? how do we film a Gordon Smiley style car crash up there on highway 69 in the middle of the night in the middle of a long ago summer time? how do we film 2 authentic Indians on their way to a pow wow, one of them for dancing, the other going to carry one of the flags? how do we film a torrid sex scene without using porn?

so many questions…

the original idea was rejected by IMAGINATIVE, the local indian film whatever. but lets say Steve or Quentin gave it a think:

there is the new version, version 2, typo error free I hope, and already on the market. new cover art by yours truly! let’s remember that the first publisher we talked to said they wanted to do it but… they wanted to “edit it for story flow and content”. I scoffed at the idea thinking and knowing: what the flipping do they know about “Indians and the land reserved for Indians”?

and so we go out on our own for now with this, and hopefully the right “big leagues” publisher comes along, a publisher that knows actual and authentic, not a publisher who buys into a Joe Boyden scam. we need a publisher willing to do the research!

we are always actual.

New Paintings

Acrylic on canvas, 24×36″, by anishnabe artist Mark Seabrook. The light and space of being back home on the range, plus the “Art Bridge”, the blazing sun, the flashy vins at noon, and oh my goodness did I mention the light and space of the open range… Perfect for live fire painting!

Acrylic on canvas, 24×36″, by anishnabe artist Mark Seabrook. And at the Bay of Spirits Gallery, Dundas, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The open range on May 4, 2022: the empty nest. I arrived on May 1, and gosh this boy was happy to be back in his own country!

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, on May 7: beauty day to visit the waterfalls and wowza those waters were going full! Truth is I was spooked standing that close to the rushing waters.

May 7th: wow! What a show! We were glad to spend another day over there, playing tourist and ripping through the cash! But fun always, and especially in such great company.

We’re on the swanky 9th today, it’s an art supply run, we need another stack of 24×36″ 1.5’s, as the time is right to get busy with that idea I’ve had brewing since I don’t know when! They were on last summer’s to do list but after that Scotland gig, gosh almighty we didn’t have the muster but things are diff this year!