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Father’s Day

Kage Baker adored her father. He deserved it, too – George Baker was an extraordinary man. I was privileged to know him for most of my life, even though he did tell me once that eating black licorice would surely … Continue reading

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Just The Facts, Man

Kage Baker┬áloved the collecting of diverse facts. Any facts, on any topic. If the topic was peculiar, that gave it bonus points. If it wasn’t weird to begin with, she sought strange facts with which to burnish a dull subject. … Continue reading

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BLOG #1 for Today: PSA For November

Kage Baker began voting at age 18 – part of the first crop of 18-year-olds to vote in California – and never missed an election in her life. In 2010, I wrote the following blog entry about the importance of … Continue reading

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