Facts Relating to the Arrest of Dr. Kalugin

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BAKER Cage (BAKER, Kage) American writer and artist Cage Baker was born in 1952 in Hollywood. After leaving school, she studied painting, worked in various religious associations, in the theater (wrote plays, tried herself in directing), and since the mid-1990s she turned to SF and fantasy. His literary debut was a story under the curious title "Facts Relating to the Arrest of Dr.

Kalugin" (1997). Over the next four years, Baker published The Company trilogy - In Eden`s Garden (1997), Heavenly Coyote (1999) and Mendoza in Hollywood (2000), which later expanded into a multivolume series. In total, the writer has a dozen novels and more than fifty short stories and novellas, a number of which were nominated for various genre awards. In particular, the novel “The Anvil of the World” (2005) became a finalist for the Mythoepic Prize, the story “Son, Watch the Time” (1995) was included in the short list of “Hugo”, and the novel “If”, known to readers, “Madame Ayguptos...

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BAKER Cage (BAKER, Kage) American writer and artist Cage Baker was born in 1952 in Hollywood. After leaving school, she studied painting, worked in various religious associations, in the theater (wrote plays, tried herself in directing), and since the mid-1990s she turned to SF and fantasy. His literary debut was a story under the curious title "Facts Relating to the Arrest of Dr. Kalugin" (1997). Over the next four years, Baker published The Company trilogy - In Eden`s Garden (1997), Heavenly Coyote (1999) and Mendoza in Hollywood (2000), which later expanded into a multivolume series. In total, the writer has a dozen novels and more than fifty short stories and novellas, a number of which were nominated for various genre awards. In particular, the novel “The Anvil of the World” (2005) became a finalist for the Mythoepic Prize, the story “Son, Watch the Time” (1995) was included in the short list of “Hugo”, and the novel “If”, known to readers, “Madame Ayguptos” was named among the best works of the year by the "Locus" magazine. The novel Queen of Mars (2003), whose sequel is Malstrom, is nominated for both Hugo and Nebula, and won the Theodore Sturgeon Award. Baker lives in a country cottage in California, grows flowers, watches birds, nurses nieces and nephews, reads, draws, writes - and, according to her, is completely happy. She died on January 31, 2010 at the age of 57. Official website of the author: http://kagebaker.com/ (eng.) Bibliography: http://fantlab.ru/autor924 (rus.)