Monthly Archives: June 2013

June 10th

Kage Baker was born on June 10, 1952. She would have been 61 years old today. I don’t think she would have liked it. No question, she’d have been glad to be alive! That would have meant she’d beaten the … Continue reading

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Summer Begins

Kage Baker regarded her own birthday as the beginning of Summer. That was when real summer began. The calendar insisted it was June 21st, and Kage happily celebrated the older holiday of Midsummer on that date.  And of course, the … Continue reading

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My Little Miscellany

Kage Baker, like most writers, kept an eye on several topics in news and research. Being a science fiction writer, a lot of them were science aggregators; for the same reason, others were purveyors of Weird News. The eyes were … Continue reading

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The Changing Face of Books

Kage Baker just missed e-readers. She would probably have liked them; she was certainly delighted to be able to sell her own works online, and she was an enthusiastic user of sites like GoogleBooks and The Gutenberg Project. I was … Continue reading

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I Need A Speed Charger

Kage Baker bewailed the necessity of re-charging one’s batteries as one grew older. She felt it was vastly unfair – as one grew older and wiser and more adept at finding the fun things to do, one also grew more … Continue reading

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