Tag Archives: Kathleen Bartholomew

In the Company of Thieves by Kage Baker

Kage Baker had many different audiences. After all, she wrote in many genres and formats: fantasy, science fiction, horror, novels, novellas, short stories, series, standalones. (Oh, and:Tor.com blog posts!) It occurred to me recently that, because of this range and … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Good: In the Company of Thieves by Kage Baker

Oh my. Look what I just spotted on Kathleen Bartholomew’s blog: In the Company of Thieves, a brand new collection of Company stories by Kage Baker. From Tachyon Publications’ site: The employees of Dr. Zeus Incorporated travel through (and meddle … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Kathleen Bartholomew, sister of Kage Baker

Kage Baker was one of my favorite authors, an incredibly talented and imaginative writer who seemed to be able to do it all: SF, fantasy, horror, essays, short stories, and novels. Gardner Dozois called her “the best natural storyteller to … Continue reading

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Nell Gwynne’s On Land and at Sea by Kage Baker and Kathleen Bartholomew

It’s hard to believe that it’s already almost been three years since Kage Baker’s untimely death. She was an immensely talented storyteller and one of my favorite authors of the last few decades. In the short time between her first … Continue reading

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