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||June 10, 1952
||January 31, 2010
Pismo Beach, California
Kage Baker was an artist, actor, and director at the Living History Centre and taught Elizabethan English as a Second Language. Born in 1952 in Hollywood, she lived in Pismo Beach, California, the Clam Capital of the World. She died on January 31, 2010.
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- An Interview with Kage Baker by Jeff Vandermeer - Clarkesworld ...
Kage Baker is one of my favorite writers?wise, clever, funny, shrewd, deep, and sometimes horrifying, her stories and novels display a range and sensibility uniquely her own. She has been a finalist for the Hugo and Nebula Award, in addition ...
- The Anvil of the World by Kage Baker | Lynn's Book Blog
Just finished reading The Anvil of the World by Kage Baker which I absolutely loved. KG has brought to us a fantasy world filled with demons, gods, and different species. A whole world filled with Children of the Sun and other ...
- More Red Ink: Kage Baker's In the Company of Thieves
In May 2001, I contacted Kage Baker via email about a collection of Company stories; at the time I was acquiring and editing for Golden Gryphon Press. Kage responded the very same day, stating that she was intrigued with ...
- Mendoza in Hollywood, Kage Baker | SF Mistressworks
Now Kage Baker has taken it a step further in her series of novels about 'The Company' which has reached its third volume. Here the characters come from the past, but they have been made into immortal cyborgs by visitors ...
- Review: Sky Coyote and Mendoza in Hollywood, Kage Baker ...
Set to rest are my fears that the second book by Kage Baker would disappoint me, though now my fears are taking a longer view and worrying that the series will not be satisfactorily resolved in the end. I was reluctant to begin ...
- Coming Soon! ?In the Company of Thieves? by Kage Baker - SF Signal
Included in this exciting collection are four previously uncollected stories, ?Mother Aegypt? (a classic tale of Transylvanian intrigue), and one brand new story from a collaboration with Kage Baker's sister, Kathleen ...
- Review: In the Garden of Iden, Kage Baker | Reading the End
In aid of avoiding another Orson Scott Card situation, I've decided not to read anything about Kage Baker in case she turns out to be a poop, because I love the premise of this series. This premise of this series is like the ...
- Author Spotlight: Kage Baker - Lightspeed Magazine
I obediently spent my childhood writing little stories, until I reached that age when you dig in your heels and tell your parents you hate them and you'll never, ever be what they want you to be. And I more or less ran away with the circus for the ...
- Somewhere, Kage Baker is Laughing - Ian Tregillis
Somebody pointed me to this news about a mysterious missile launch that happened off the Los Angeles coast on Monday. Officially, anyway, and so far, nobody is stepping forward about this. The DoD, Navy, and Air Force ...
- Kage Baker of the GreenMan Inn call for support - tribes - tribe.net
Many of you in the faire community know of Kage Baker, she is part of the dynamic duo, along with Mother(Kathleen), that runs the GreenMan Inn, she is the wonderful SciFi writer of the critically acclaimed Company Series, ...
- a book a week: The Hotel Under the Sand by Kage Baker
It was actually kind of accidental that I read this so soon after reading my first Kage Baker story ever. I saw this before Nell Gwynne's Scarlet Spy arrived at my house, and placed a hold on it simply because the summary was ...
- More Red Ink: In the Company of Kage Baker
Update: January 31, 2010: Sadly, I have just learned that Kage Baker passed away this morning. My thoughts are with her sister Kathleen, her niece "Emma Rose," her extended family, friends, and readers. If I may borrow ...
- In The Garden of Iden, by Kage Baker | the Little Red Reviewer
How does an immortal cyborg operative come of age? Baker is about to show you.
- On July 20th, 1969...by Kage Baker | Tor.com
Kage Baker. On July 20, 1969 I had been seventeen for a month and ten days, and my life was fraught with misery because of my parents. There was just no reasoning with my dad, who was, like, on another planet or ...
- The SF Site Featured Review: The Best of Kage Baker
Kage Baker was born in 1952 in Hollywood, California. She grew up there and in Pismo Beach. She worked as a graphic artist, mural painter and assorted roles in the theatre. Many years of total immersion research in Elizabethan as well as ...