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Imagining Disaster

Kage Baker wrote science fiction and fantasy. This was her choice; she had ideas too peculiar for ordinary fiction, and didn’t want to file away the edges of her stories to fit a template. “I could write coming of age … Continue reading

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Rose Hedge

Kage Baker was intrinsically a maker and a builder. She went through the not-uncommon taking-things-apart phase when she was little; what was unusual is that she also put them back together and they worked. Sometimes even when there were parts … Continue reading

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PTSD*

Kage Baker – daughter of a soldier, granddaughter and greater to a lot more, related through various complexly twisted rose-vines to the First Families of Virginia and the DAR – or what it the Daughters of the Confederacy? Probably both … Continue reading

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Hope Is Not Necessary

Kage Baker used her writing as her final refuge from all pain and sorrow. She believed, with that particular iron faith she possessed, that it was possible to enter into another world through the screen of her computer. That she … Continue reading

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