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How I Do It, Now That I Am Old

Kage Baker never kept much of a story idea file. That’s the file where you keep the ideas that might become stories. It’s full of articles of interest, isolated signs or photos of provocatively dubious provenance, and disjointed phrases that … Continue reading

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Jigsaw Puzzles

Kage Baker loved jigsaw puzzles. She was great at them, too. Even when she so ill, at the end, that she had to use a wheel chair or gurney to get in and out of the radiation therapy clinic – … Continue reading

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What Comes Next?

Kage Baker – a born storyteller and compulsive raconteuse – nonetheless depended heavily on this phrase for inspiration. When her normal steady pace slacked for a moment, or a plot was wandering out of the Fields We Know (or at … Continue reading

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Boxing Day 2015

Kage Baker thoroughly approved of Boxing Day. It is what the English call the day after Christmas. Americans re-discovered this holiday (shortly after they made Christmas legal again) but not its reason, and have been making silly jokes about it … Continue reading

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