Monthly Archives: March 2013

End the Evening Laughing

Kage Baker was a dedicated and enthusiastic aunt. She loved her siblings’  and her friends’ offspring, and participated in their upbringing as much as she could. It’s a system many mammals use, as she said: if it was good for … Continue reading

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Peculiar Personal Apects of Writing III

Kage Baker felt that the edges of her mind were … permeable. She believed that the non-corporeal aspect of mind – as opposed to the corporeal one of brain – was not entirely secure in her case. This sort of … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

Kage Baker loved the return of Spring. She liked it best when it was also a return to warmth – she had salamander blood, and suffered through even a California winter.  But cold or hot, she took the change to … Continue reading

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Potpourri

Kage Baker was a firm proponent of the old saw: “If you want to be a writer, write.” When first informed of this adage, her response was outrage. “If I could freaking write, ” she fumed, “I would be freaking … Continue reading

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