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Things Seen (and Seen By) at WorldCon

Kage Baker, as I have often observed, vastly enjoyed people.-watching. WorldCon is a primo place to do that, as so many interesting things attend. It was one of Kage’s pet fancies, that eldritch creatures walked freely among us in places … Continue reading

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June And Other Summer Bugs

Kage Baker hated bugs. All kinds, colours, sizes, and sonic ranges of cries: she hated ’em. She couldn’t even tell the absolute difference between an arthropod, an insect and a bug, and she didn’t much care. As much as she … Continue reading

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Up All Night. And All Day (So Far, Anyway)

Kage Baker rarely wrote in the middle of the night. She was a daylight person. She stayed up late to work, most nights: but her idea of┬álate was any hour past midnight. By that time, she was visibly flagging. Her … Continue reading

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Who Goes There?

Kage Baker did not believe in aliens. Mind you, she wanted to believe. Or, no, not exactly – what Kage wanted was to know about aliens. She felt that faith should be restricted to certain areas of metaphysics. Whether or … Continue reading

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