Grantville Gazette #14 Contents:
“The Anaconda Project, Episode Three” by Eric Flint
“Jenny and the King’s Men” by Mark H. Huston
“Mrs. Schumacher” by Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
“Bats in the Belfry” by Garrett W. Vance
“A Matter of Unehrlichkeit” by Kim Mackey
“Gearing Up” by Sean Massey
“Songs and Ballads” by Virginia DeMarce
“The new Romantics” by Kerryn Offord
“Stepping Up” by Jack Carroll
“School Days, School Days, Dear Old Golden Rule Days” by Terry Howard
“Cinco de Mayo … er, der Fünfte Mai” by Edith Wild
“Joseph Hanauer, Part Three: All Creatures Stand in Judgment” by Douglas W. Jones
“Stretching Out, Part Three: Maria’s Mission” by Iver P. Cooper
“Radio Killed the Video Star: Mass Communication Development in the 1632 Universe” by Jay Robison
“Metallic Fusion: Putting it Together in 1632” by Kevin H. Evans
“Second Hand Help” by Vincent W. Coljee
“Soundings and Sextants, Part One, Navigational Instruments Old and New” by Iver P. Cooper
From the Editor:
You have to wonder just what Eric Flint is planning over there in Bohemia with Wallenstein and that crowd. Is Morris Roth planning to be a bit more than just “Wallenstein’s Court Jew” And is it strictly voluntary on his part
Find out in Grantville Gazette 14.
There’s a new publishing craze sweeping Germany and the hero is a what You’ve got to be kidding! This, and Romeo and Juliet in Cologne
Grantville Gazette 14 also ventures to Scotland; read about what’s going on with Julie Mackay and her ever-loving husband. Plus some bad guys, of course.
The New World is playing part in the search for rubber, someone has built an airship, and the Baptist church has—good grief—flying mammals.
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