Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

1632 & Beyond Issue #006

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This issue’s cover art comes from “Passing Fair” by Virginia DeMarce. That term is the source of confusion between up-timers and down-timers and something of a pun—but also a matter about which reasonable people can sharply disagree.

Terry Howard’s “From Cramps To Matrimony” shows how specialty teas from Grantville lead to socioeconomic (and domestic) tension in Mecklenburg Province.

Robert E. Waters concludes his cycle of baseball stories with “Cassini Runs Home.” It’s the end of the team’s season, but is it the end of young Mr. Cassini’s love affair with baseball?

Tim Sayeu’s “A Guest At The New Year” is a wonderfully creative story. Of all the future knowledge an up-timer could provide a down-timer, there isn’t a ghost of a chance this was on your list.

Part 2 of Iver P. Cooper’s beekeeping article on its potential in a new timeline addresses transplanting bees and beekeeping law.

Description

Issue #6 of Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond, available 1 July 2024.

Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #6

1632 & Beyond Issue #006

Table of Contents

Introduction

The Magdeburg Messenger (1632 fiction)

Passing Fair Virginia DeMarce
From Cramps To Matrimony Terry Howard
Cassini Runs Home Robert E. Waters
A Guest At The New Year Tim Sayeau

The State Library Papers (1632 non-fiction)

Buzz! Beekeeping in the 1632 Universe, Part 2 Iver P. Cooper

This issue’s cover art comes from “Passing Fair” by Virginia DeMarce. That term is the source of confusion between up-timers and down-timers and something of a pun—but also a matter about which reasonable people can sharply disagree.

Terry Howard’s “From Cramps To Matrimony” shows how specialty teas from Grantville lead to socioeconomic (and domestic) tension in Mecklenburg Province.

Robert E. Waters concludes his cycle of baseball stories with “Cassini Runs Home.” It’s the end of the team’s season, but is it the end of young Mr. Cassini’s love affair with baseball?

Tim Sayeu’s “A Guest At The New Year” is a wonderfully creative story. Of all the future knowledge an up-timer could provide a down-timer, there isn’t a ghost of a chance this was on your list.

Part 2 of Iver P. Cooper’s beekeeping article on its potential in a new timeline addresses transplanting bees and beekeeping law.

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