Grantville Gazette #32 Contents:
“All Steamed Up” by Gorg Huff
“Bibelgesellschaft” by Bjorn Hasseler
“A Marriage of Inconvenience” by Kerryn Offord
“Requiem in Blue” by Nicholas Keyser
“The Baptist Basement Bar and Grill” by Terry Howard
“Second Chance Bird, Episode One” by Garrett W. Vance
Nonfiction and Annex:
“Treasures of the Earth: Geophysical and Geochemical Prospecting” by Iver P. Cooper
“Point Source” by Gorg Huff
“The Importance of Stories” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
From the Editor:
And off we go again, in another volume (Number 32) of the Grantville Gazette!
Gorg Huff gives us “All Steamed Up.” Did you ever wonder what was going on with the children of an up-timer/down-timer marriage? Here’s what’s happening with some of them.
Bjorn Hasseler has written the story of just what might happen when folks start trying to reconstruct the original text of the Bible. Check out “Bibelgesellschaft.”
Things, many things, were a bit different in the 1630s. Marriage, for one. So take a look at Kerryn Offord’s latest offering, “A Marriage of Inconvenience.” A guy has to make mastercraftsman somehow, doesn’t he?
Nicholas Keyser saw something in a story published a few issues back, and it nagged at him a bit. “Requiem in Blue” is his resolution.
Terry Howard offers “The Baptist Basement Bar and Grill.” Yes, that’s what I said. Have a look.
We’re starting a new serial this issue. Garrett Vance, our art director, is an author to conjure with as well. Take a look at “Second Chance Bird, Episode One.”
Nonfiction this issue comes from Iver P. Cooper and Gorg Huff. Iver discusses the “Treasures of the Earth: Geophysical and Geochemical Prospecting,” while Gorg presents a treatise on economics called “Point Source.” Interesting stuff!
Kristine Kathryn Rusch writes about one of our favorite topics—stories, stories, stories. Have a look at “The Importance of Stories.”
Grantville Gazette 32. Right here, right now.