Tag Archives: I-5

Summer Solstice, With Flames and Old Cars

Kage Baker felt Summer was the season for fancy paint jobs on cars. She was an enormous fan and dedicated connoisseuse. She especially adored the flames that are painted on to peel back from the engines of cars – beautiful … 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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I’ve Seen A Thing Or Two

Kage Baker was of the opinion that no one who paid attention could ever get bored on a road trip. It helped that she was a born sight-seer, a natural tourist. It also helped that she was obsessive about details, … Continue reading

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Meeting Magic

Kage Baker‘s favorite activity at Dickens Fair was probably people-watching. Especially, she liked watching our singular special effect on the patrons – the magical glow that makes the customers believe in the enormous, complicated, Extreme Christmas card that is Dickens … Continue reading

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Baycon Day 4

Kage Baker always enjoyed moderating panels at a Con. She didn’t preach, or especially dominate the lecturn; she was scrupulous about making sure everyone got a turn, the audience questions were answered, and the nutcases – on both sides of … Continue reading

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What You See Is – What?

Kage Baker always said, there are some days that are just weird. And she could always tell, right away, when they happened. Usually, it would be the  people. Everyone would look odd – alien. There’s such a wide variety in … Continue reading

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