Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

1632 & Beyond Issue 5 #3: Mail From Up-Time

Previous / Next Mail From Up-TimeGeorge Grant Grantville Post Office May 1635 “Shit!” Bernita Jenkins’ day had started normally. The work had even been rather light. She and Selma had sorted the flats and letters, thrown parcels, sorted and distributed the accountables, and gotten a start on putting up the box mail before the window […]

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Volume 2 #3: EUTERPE, Episode 1

Previous / Next EUTERPE, Episode 1 Enrico M. Toro Editor’s note: Giacomo Carissimi and Girolamo Zenti are historical characters. They each gave important contributions to classic music. The first is considered the most important composer of the Roman baroque movement, an innovator of the era; the second was a well-traveled harpsichord maker, renowned for the […]

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1632 & Beyond Issue 3 #4: Disturbance at the Nishioka House

Previous / Next by Garrett W. Vance The second in a three-story series. See Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue 1 for “Ill-Met in the Marshes.” Phnom Penh docks The day before Blom Corneliszoon leaned on the rail of his ship Groenevisch as he watched a small army of dockworkers load cargo aboard. He had […]

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1632 & Beyond Issue 3 #1: Cassini Rounds Third

Previous / Next Robert E Waters Author’s Note: This story is the fourth in the Cassini Plays Ball series. It follows the events in the previous three stories which were published in the Grantville Gazette: “Cassini at the Plate,” (Grantville Gazette 93);“Cassini Takes First,” (Grantville Gazette 96); and “Cassini Slides to Second” (Grantville Gazette 101). […]

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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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A Meeting at Midsummer: Part I

Previous / Next by Marc Tyrrell See Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue 3 for “A Meeting at Midsummer, Part 2.” Outside Morgantown, WV Tuesday, March 21, 2000 “The Circle is open, but unbroken!” The voice rang through the wooded dell. “Merry meet!” More voices joined the leader. “And merry part. And merry meet again!” […]

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Volume 97 #10: Ill-Met in Space-Time, Part 3

Previous / Next Part 1 / Part 2 by Edward M. Lerner What has gone before . . . In “On the Shoals of Space-Time” (Grantville Gazette 91, September 2020 issue), the interstellar passenger ship Greater Good, after a near-catastrophic accident, limps at sub-light velocity to a nearby solar system. Its few surviving crew (four […]

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Volume 96 # 9: Ill-Met in Space-Time, Part 2

Previous Part 1 / Part 3 by Edward M. Lerner What has gone before . . . In “On the Shoals of Space-Time” (Grantville Gazette 91, September, 2020 issue), the interstellar passenger ship Greater Good, after a near-catastrophic accident, limps at sub-light velocity to a nearby solar system. Its few surviving crew (four Doltan) and passengers (one […]

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Volume 95 #10: Ill-Met in Space-Time, Part 1

Previous Part 2 / Part 3 By Edward M. Lerner What has gone before . . . In “On the Shoals of Space-Time” (Grantville Gazette 91, September, 2020), the interstellar passenger ship Greater Good, after a near-catastrophic accident, limps at sub-light velocity to a nearby solar system. Its few surviving crew (four Doltan) and passengers (one Doltan, […]

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