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Islands and Edges IV; January 10th II

Kage Baker tried to make sure she had an outline before she began a story. That sounds like the most logical thing in the world to a non-writer, I’d imagine; but really, it can be something you have to remember … Continue reading

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Edges and Islands III

Kage Baker  was a model of authorly discipline. She sat down every day and wrote – usually on a deliberately set topic, from a carefully arranged outline, so many words a day, so many points ticked off on a neat … Continue reading

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Edges and Islands II

Kage Baker loved jigsaw puzzles passionately. When a plot went well and the story began to tell itself to her, that was like a jigsaw beginning to grow together – the pieces turning, mutating, breeding and spawning whole new stretches of … Continue reading

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