Monthly Archives: March 2011

Apport Updates

Kage Baker, as I had previously mentioned, was fascinated with the idea of apports. These are items which appear out of nowhere, out of context, and remain where they can be handled and pondered. They are frequently stones, jewelry, pieces … Continue reading

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Time Warps

Kage Baker loved the idea of time warps. Actually, the possibility of any flaw, divot, passage or facet in the space-time continuum fascinated her. She believed they were an essential part of the fabric of the universe – maybe not … Continue reading

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Time It Was, And What a Time It Was, It Was …

Kage Baker was always fascinated with the nature of Time. Always. It began long before she started writing stories about time travel. Even in early childhood, she felt that Time was subjective: not due to innate mathematical ability – she … Continue reading

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I Am Off

Kage Baker would have had us on the road 3 hours ago. It is a kickass gorgeous day in Los Angeles – 77 degrees, light breeze that smells of new flowers, distant snow still on the mountains that otherwise look … Continue reading

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Your Needle Points North, My Needle Points … Green

Kage Baker had a compass in her head. She always knew where she was; she always knew where North was. She was a whiz with maps, but even without one she could navigate from where she was to where she … Continue reading

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Books

Kage Baker did love to read. She was a self-taught reader at the usual preternaturally early age, and voracious into the bargain. She coerced several of our younger siblings into taking out library cards for which they had no desire, … Continue reading

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March 2nd

Kage Baker felt the second day of March was rather unfairly overshadowed by its one-day-elder sibling. March 1st is the traditional founding day of Rome; St. David’s Day, if you are into Welsh saints and leeks; and National Pancake Day, … Continue reading

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365 Days

Kage Baker and I spent a lot of time last year talking about where I would live after she was dead. It wasn’t morbid, or at least didn’t feel so at the time – we’d been discussing old age a … Continue reading

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