Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

1632 & Beyond Issue #001


Issue #1 of Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond (September 2023)

It’s great to be back! After a one-year hiatus, Eric Flint’s 1632 Universe has a new short-fiction venue (aka magazine). We are delighted to share the return of long-term contributors, relatively new writers and even an old friend from the early days.

Our cover story by Jody Lynn Nye is from the upcoming Baen novel she and Eric Flint collaborated on. It is set immediately before the daring Tower escape. S.M. Stirling and Virginia DeMarce tell the story of an herbal peddler pondering post-RoF changes. Vance Garrett continues the tale of Japanese expatriates trying to escape southeast Asia. Chuck Thompson lets an old farmer make a difference one last time.

Leaving 1632verse fiction, Iver Cooper’s Alexandria Inheritance story is about caving, gunpowder, and matching the right person to the job . Finally, George Grant based his non-fiction on available farm equipment on his visit to Mannington, WV.

Buy now to find out what happens next in the 1632verse!


Issue #1 of Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond, published 1 September 2023.

Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #1

1632 & Beyond Issue #001

Key Storylines Points/Characters

Table of Contents

The Magdeburg Messenger (1632 fiction)

1. An Exchange of Favours by Jody Lynn Nye

2. On the Jerichow Road by S.M. Stirling and Virginia DeMarce

3. Ill-Met in the Marshes by Garrett W. Vance

4. Indian Tea by Chuck Thompson

Assiti Shards

Into the Dark by Iver P. Cooper (Alexander Inheritance)

The State Library Papers (1632 non-fiction)

Farm Equipment that Came Through the Ring of Fire by George Grant

In Memoriam:

Eric Flint and Jose Clavell


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