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Coming Back To Life; Or, An Abrupt Change of Subject

Kage Baker had a peculiar conviction that the Bible – Testaments Old and New – was full of zombie stories. This is no way interfered with her religious faith. Kage considered herself a Christian, probably a Catholic; but also a … Continue reading

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June’s Bugs

Kage Baker waited frantically for June each year. She lived for its arrival for lots of reasons. School was out – an event that carried such spiritual weight for her that she still honoured it no matter how many years … Continue reading

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Daily Weirdness, With Possums

Kage Baker firmly believed that the basis of the world as we know it is weirdness. Most human endeavour, she felt, was an attempt to explain, ignore, or encompass weirdness. People don’t usually like it, you see, and they structure … Continue reading

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What You See Is – What?

Kage Baker always said, there are some days that are just weird. And she could always tell, right away, when they happened. Usually, it would be theĀ  people. Everyone would look odd – alien. There’s such a wide variety in … Continue reading

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