Obituary: Kage Baker

Author Kage Baker (b.1952) died on January 31. Baker was the author of several novels in the “Company” series and won the Sturgeon Award for her novella “Empress of Mars,” which was published in an expanded version in 2009. She began publishing with the short story “Noble Mold” in 1997 and followed up with her first novel, In The Garden of Iden, the next year. Earlier this month, it was revealed that Baker was suffering from uterine cancer.

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  1. Julianna — January 31, 2010 @ 6:09 pm

    My deepest condolences to those who knew and loved her. As one who has read and loved all her novels, I grieve for her loss. May she rest in peace.

  2. Paula — October 24, 2010 @ 12:36 pm

    I’m so very sorry to hear this sad news. I have read her books with great enjoyment ad fascination since the publication of The Garden of Iden. I met her once, too, at a SF convention, and found her a pleasure to talk to, funny and clever and kind. I’m sure her loss will be felt widely.

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