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So, It’s Not Exactly About Time

Kage Baker, when queried about her choice of subject matter, always replied that she had not intended to write about time travel. It just sort of happened. What she intended to write was full-blown, fairly high fantasy: heroes. High Priests. … Continue reading

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The Shape of Spring Is Coming

Kage Baker drew enormous encouragement from the yearly amble of the seasons round the horological wheel. “I don’t mean the Circle of Life; that’s a Hallmark sentiment,” she said once, dismissively. “I like the annual movements of the Zodiac, the … Continue reading

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Half Empty AND Half Full

Kage Baker regulated her emotional life like clockwork – a carefully maintained series of gears and weights and counterweights and cunning escapements. Those aren’t ways of getting away; they are clever little devices that make toothed gears … pause … … Continue reading

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Where Does The Time Go, Anyway?

Kage Baker often wondered aloud: where has the Time gone? Actually, she tended to scream it frantically, demanding to know who had made off with the time she needed to complete something. because someone had to be responsible – time … Continue reading

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December 31, 2015

Kage Baker rated years like restaurants. This year, 2015, would have gotten a skull and crossbones. Only one, though, and lower caseĀ  – so, like, a toothless skull and 2 gnawed chicken legs. It wasn’t a vast and evil year, … Continue reading

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