Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

1632 & Beyond Issue 4 #4: The Birds of the Muses

Previous An Alexander Inheritance Story AthensJanuary 21, 319 BCE The cart bearing Melissa Hoffman and her precious cargo heaved up and down as the cart’s owner and driver bore down the dirt road to the port of Piraeus. From the back, there was an angry buzz, which slowly subsided. “Slower, you idiot!” she hissed. “You’ll […]

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Volume 99 #6: Time Spike: The First Calvary of the Cretaceous, Part 9: The Road Forward

Previous by Garrett W. Vance A mysterious place . . . Gonzalo awoke, slowly rising into consciousness from a deep slumber. He had been dreaming, but whatever it was about was now slipping away. It was probably just as well, since the last fleeting shreds of it seemed unpleasant, perhaps more of a nightmare than […]

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Volume 96 #7: Time Spike: The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous, Part 8: The Righteous and the Wicked

Previous / Next by Garrett W. Vance The Stone Wall Village battlefield The riders of The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous sang songs of victory as they harassed the enemy’s pikemen, dodging between their long lances, sowing chaos among their broken ranks. Lieutenant Tohbi-Oka’ grinned at the sight from the back of his sturdy mesa […]

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Into The Dark

Previous / Next by Iver P. Cooper An Alexander Inheritance Story Queen of the Sea In the Atlantic Ocean, en route to Trinidad Early November, 321 BCE “David Palacio, report to the staff captain.” The loudspeaker announcement didn’t say “immediately,” but that was understood. The staff captain was the second-highest ranking officer on a cruise […]

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