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Getting Ready For BayCon

Kage Baker ended up quite enjoying conventions. She had not expected to enjoy them. She wasn’t fond of public appearances; if not for the growth of the Internet as a social environment, she might have been one of those authors … Continue reading

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Inquiring Minds II

Kage Baker liked questions. She loved puzzles, and questions were the doorway to her favourite puzzles: what’s it all for? Why is it here? What is Here? What happened? And what happens next? She loved simply asking questions. A good … Continue reading

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Sightseeing Through The Plot Holes

Kage Baker  loved writing on a computer. She loved the Internet. She loved the availability of an endless supply of vast, easily-accessed databases, where she could graze at will and at random. She was a careful researcher. She liked her … Continue reading

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