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Now Goes September

Kage Baker considered September pretty much a place-holder month. It wasn’t summer anymore – no matter what excesses the weather got up to – and it was not really Autumn. Further, although the leaves began to turn most years, it … Continue reading

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Days, Quarter Days, Cross-Quarter Days. And Saturday.

Kage Baker always reverently observed the Quarter Days, the 4 great horological linchpins of the astronomical year. Two Solstices, two Equinoxes – tidy and convenient. Everybody knows about these; all calendars show them, evening newscasters announce their coming to theĀ  … Continue reading

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