Monthly Archives: November 2021

The Earthquake Hour

Kage Baker used to say she wanted to go “all of a piece”, like Oliver Wendell Holmes’ Wonderful One-Hoss Shay. If you, Dear Readers, are unfamiliar with the famed 19th century American jurist and poet Holmes. it would do you … Continue reading

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T’is A Season

Kage Baker had a tremendous emotional dependence on the steady progression of the seasons. She wasn’t afraid of their not progressing -she liked the beat, man; she heard, and loved, the heartbeats of the year. Don’t roll your eyes and … Continue reading

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Extinction

Kage Baker was very personally bothered by extinction – the idea of it, the realization that it occurred. To begin with, she just didn’t like the idea that things end, though she realized it had to happen. The cycles of … Continue reading

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All Souls

Kage Baker loved the day after Halloween: traditionally, in the Catholic Church, all Saints day. All Souls Day comes on November 2nd. Nowadays, especially in California and most especially in Southern California, the day is most obviously celebrated as Día … Continue reading

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