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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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The Raccoons Are After Me

Kage Baker frequently averred that she hated Nature. “No, you don’t,” I would say. “Yes! Yes, I do!” she’d insist, waving her hands in the air. “I hate Nature! I hate fresh air and fluffy bunnies and little smiling wildflowers … Continue reading

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Bones and Other October Goodies

Kage Baker loved October. It meant Halloween. It was the beginning of the three months of holidays she so much enjoyed, and so determinedly observed. It (usually) meant the summer heat finally broke, and what deciduous trees we have here … Continue reading

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