Monthly Archives: May 2016

Cinders and Ashes

Kage Baker had a special personal hagiography of days: days she dedicated to certain acts or places or colours, days memorializing certain events, days of a specific personal import. She invented and discovered them all through her life, and then … Continue reading

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BayCon 2016 Is Coming

Kage Baker loved science fiction conventions. She only went to them when we could drive there in a day, or she was the Guest of Honour – because she hated flying, waiting in line for flying, paying for flying, landing … Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe I Said That

Kage Baker wrote some really clunky lines. All writers do. The more you write, the more you are statistically likely to write something really bad. Even if you are a splendid writer – and Kage was – sometimes the neurons … Continue reading

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