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Life on the Faire Bus; how it affected Kage Baker’s writing

The Bus II

Kage Baker considered the Faire Bus a rolling smorgasbord of story ideas. She commented once (watching delightedly as Marque Siebenthal traveled up and down the aisle by swinging from the luggage racks like Spiderman): “It’s like Schrodinger’s Box on wheels! … Continue reading

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The Bus I

Kage Baker hated busses. She hated most forms of public transport – except dome cars on railways, which are as close to private rail cars as public transport can get – but most of all, she hated busses. They’re big … Continue reading

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Kettleman City At Midnight

Kage Baker taught Elizabethan English (also known as Language I when we had time for lots of classes) for the performers at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire. She taught it for most of 30 years; we team-taught at workshops, she and … Continue reading

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