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I Have A Little List

Kage Baker considered herself in the business of telling the future. In high school, she earned lunch money by telling Tarot cards for her classmates. There is probably no more susceptible audience for this than Catholic school girls – even … Continue reading

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The Day The Buzzards Return To Hinkley, Ohio

Kage Baker, like all writers, was often asked where she got her ideas. Had she been sure of their provenance, I suspect she’d have lied – they were¬†her ideas, after all. Instead, like several other science fiction writers, she told … Continue reading

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Saturday Revelations

Kate Baker¬†held to the premise that a writer could never let her guard down. Not that she thought there were people out to get her – though, to be honest, she never thought there weren’t, either – but because she … Continue reading

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Gotta Catch ‘Em All

Kage Baker not only rarely suffered from writer’s block – she also bubbled over pretty much continually with ideas for stories. The cosmic injustice of this was obvious, and she readily allowed it – but, as she pointed out, it … Continue reading

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Tell Me, Where Is Fancy Bred?

Kage Baker carefully gathered and stored story ideas. One of the first things she did when she began to pursue a career as a writer, was to establish her story file. That was originally a pile of paper, cardboard and … Continue reading

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