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ALL Stories Go On

Kage Baker always said that 1) she would never write a series again in her entire life; and 2) that didn’t mean that the stories stopped in any of her Universes. Growing up in the 1960’s, Kage sort of naturally … Continue reading

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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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Edges and Islands III

Kage Baker¬† was a model of authorly discipline. She sat down every day and wrote – usually on a deliberately set topic, from a carefully arranged outline, so many words a day, so many points ticked off on a neat … Continue reading

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Edges and Islands

Kage Baker never got to explore any of her story ideas for Australia. She had ideas, though – lots of them. Let us explore¬† them, shall we? I’m trying something new with this entry, Dear Readers: and testing it on … Continue reading

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