Followers of this campaign will recognise the gent in today’s ‘fan profile’ from a previous appearance at our blog when campaign supporter, Sean Stubblefield wrote a sterling article at his blog in support of our efforts to return Frank Black to our screens.
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, Revelations. Graduating with a Bachelors degree in TV/film making and media studies, Sean later discovered & embraced a passion and skill with writing.
Sean once again leapt to the assistance of our campaign by sharing his thoughts on the show by completing one of our questionnaires of seven and one quick questions. We are grateful to Sean for his continued support and we hope enjoy reading his thoughts. Click on the image below to view it in a larger format for ease of reading.
Please keep these coming and do not hesitate to send us all your thoughts and queries on anything Millennium and Frank Black related and you do not have to use your real name to qualify. If you would like to complete the brief questionnaire I have listed the questions below for your perusal. Email your “seven and one” profile to email@example.com and we will share your thoughts with our readers shortly.
7. Why do you think Millennium should come back?
1. What are you watching right now?
- Seans books and more information about him can be found on this blog, http://seanstubblefield.blogspot.com and at www.myspace.com/exastra.
- Sean is also a supporter of the short film project ‘Artemis Eternal’. Further information about that project can be found here!