Tag Archives: Kage Baler

It’s Been That Kind of Day

Kage Baker. There, I’ve said it. Kage’s name is the lady leaning into the wind on the Edsel of my life, the figurehead on the vehicle of this blog. And that vehicle is stalled tonight. Dinner got cold while the … Continue reading

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The Work and Its Ethic

Kage Baker did not consider herself a fan of the Protestant work ethic. That is a theory that subscribes to the idea that – in theology,  sociology, economics and history – hard work, discipline and frugality are a result of … Continue reading

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A Zombie Story

Kage Baker didn’t  like zombies. Not even in October, when her fondness for all monsters was at its peak. She had no respect for werewolves – a childhood spent watching Lon Chaney Jr. as the Wolfman leaves an entirely different … Continue reading

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