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Dubious Islands

Kage Baker loved the anomalies on maps. She loved maps in general because she liked verification of where she was – she already knew, usually, because she was one of those people with a compass in their heads. But she … Continue reading

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Status

Kage Baker enjoyed status reports. She liked to keep track of where she was on a project, how far she had come and how far was yet to go. I think it was part of her fondness for maps. She … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Gardening

Kage Baker loved gardening. She was supernally good at it, too – which is not always a given. We have all, Dear Readers, known sad but determined gardeners whose efforts are an exercise in still lives and Martian landscapes. She … Continue reading

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Round Robins. Also Sparrows, Finches, Ravens …

Kage Baker liked to see nature.  She appreciated the opportunity to watch it, to admire its joys and terrors and inhuman beauties – especially birds and plants, which I suspect she considered related in some peculiar Kage-esque clade system. She … Continue reading

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Friday Night

Kage Baker loved Friday nights. They either meant that the weekend had arrived, and free time was there to be enjoyed by all – or we were on the road to a Faire somewhere, deep-laden with props, costumes, actors and … Continue reading

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Hacking Consciousness

Kage Baker was quite scornful of “life hacks” . Those began to proliferate like bacteria on the Internet about as soon as it went commercial; along with porn, games with annoying sound effects, and cat videos. She scorned all of … Continue reading

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Little Things

Kage Baker tried her best to ignore the little niggling attacks of life on her time and energy. Large portions of her schedules were designed to resist the effects of the tiny problems, the ones that crowd into your time … Continue reading

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