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Sunday Contentment

Kage Baker loved quiet Sunday evenings. She most especially loved winter evenings; when the sun set  in the West into the Pacific in a nest of red tinsel clouds, and the sky was a deep cold violet all the way to … Continue reading

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December Dawns Dark

Kage Baker both loved and distrusted December. It’s Christmas, it’s Dickens Fair, it’s coloured lights and favourite food and drink, it’s baking and roasting and tinsel and spiced wine and ribbons! But it’s also when most of the people she … Continue reading

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Dress Rehearsal – All Day, Every Day

Kage Baker loved Dress Rehearsal weekends at Faires. They were exciting, they were productive – because you were well and truly under the gun, and had to get your portion of the show DONE, come Hell or (sometimes literally) high … Continue reading

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A Change of Season

Kage Baker loved the change of the seasons. Despite being a native Californian – and an Angelena, at that – she maintained that we had the same seasons as anywhere else in the country. Their markers were different and their … Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe I Said That

Kage Baker wrote some really clunky lines. All writers do. The more you write, the more you are statistically likely to write something really bad. Even if you are a splendid writer – and Kage was – sometimes the neurons … Continue reading

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