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Grantville Gazette #22 Contents:

“Arsenic and Old Italians” by Iver P Cooper

“The Irish Sitter Sings” by Terry Howard

“Northwest Passage: Part One” by Herbert and William Sakalaucks

“Deep Water” by Kerryn Offord

“Elegy” by David Carrico

“Butterflies in the Kremlin: Part Eight, As the Bear Turns” by Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett

“Turn Your Radio On Episode Four” by Wood Hughes


“Special Edition” by Markus Becker

“Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme: Gardening and Growing Food in 1632” by Anette Pedersen

“The Wind is Free: Sailing Ship Design Part 2, Seaworthiness: by Iver P Cooper

From the Editor:

It’s that time again!  Time to immerse yourself in 1632 Europe.

But what’s this   Yep.  Our very first North American adventure, by Herb and Bill Sakalaucks.  And there’s deep, deep water from Kerryn Offord, news out of Russia from Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett, interesting happenings in Italy from Iver P. Cooper.

Lots of stuff this issue.  Irish singing from Terry Howard, an elegy from David Carrico, and more from Wood Hughes and his fisher of men.

Nonfiction   You want nonfiction   We’ve got it.  Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme from Anette Pedersen, Special editions from a new writer for us, Markus Becker, as well as the second part of Iver P. Cooper’s sailing ship article.

Join us!  Great stories, tons of info, hours of enjoyment!  Can you get a better deal than that

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