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New Victories In Public Space

Kage Baker was not, by nature, a public person. She was shy to the point of paralysis, and abhorred speaking in public. She disliked being touched without warning or by strangers; being adamantly left-handed, she usually couldn’t even remember which … Continue reading

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New Horizons

Kage Baker saw herself as a methodical, orderly person. Which she was. She was scrupulous about her methods, which she refined throughout her career as a writer. She was dedicated to order, and enforced it ruthlessly – even more on … Continue reading

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The Process

Kage Baker was a methodical person. She liked to have set methods of doing things; checklists, processes, standard ways of getting from A to Z on a task. She preferred to know what she was going to do before she … Continue reading

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A Wee Small Voice, Turned Up To 11

Kage BakerĀ  just wanted to tell stories, you know? She was a born story-teller. Speculations, ideas, alternative endings and plots bubbled constantly to the forefront of her mind, and she was one of those people whose brain automatically cast it … Continue reading

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What Grows On Her Grave

Kage Baker was always curious about what her legacy would be. For most of her life, it never occurred to her it might be anything, you know – loud. Fond memories by her family members, maybe; some good stories from … Continue reading

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