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Celebrate! Celebrate!

Kage Baker loved holidays – but she liked old, traditional ones. She liked them to pre-date the Industrial Revolution, by choice. Possibly the Agricultural Revolution, as well. I, on the other hand, enjoy the many, many insane holidays cobbled together … Continue reading

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Science Fiction Time

Kage Baker once observed, sometime after the 21st century descended upon us, that we were now living in Science Fiction Time. “Writing about my own past,” she said thoughtfully, “is now writing period pieces. Unless I stick some casual weirdities … Continue reading

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Fanboys

Kage Baker was always cautiously willing to like her fans. Being almost paralytically shy, getting used to meeting them in real time and space was one of the most arduous author’s challenges she overcame. But she loathed …   fanboys. … Continue reading

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