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Extinction

Kage Baker was very personally bothered by extinction – the idea of it, the realization that it occurred. To begin with, she just didn’t like the idea that things end, though she realized it had to happen. The cycles of … Continue reading

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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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