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Grantville Gazette #59 Contents:

“The Kymi Orphans” by Terry Howard

“For Want of a Nail” by Sarah Hays

“Making an Impression” by Terry Howard and Jack Carroll

“Burning Chickens” by Eric S. Brown

“Storybook” by Nick Lorance

“The Red Lion Regiment, Episode Two” by Bjorn Hasseler

“Ein Feste Burg, Episode 20” by Rainer Prem

Nonfiction and Annex:

“The Fuggerei— The First Social Housing Project” by Deborah Stutman-Brickey

“Night of the Fireflies” by Joseph Capdepon II

“Holding Out for a Hero, Notes From The Buffer Zone” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Assiti Shards:

“The Mysterious Mesa, Part Seven: Exodus” by Garrett W. Vance (Time Spike)

From the Editor:

And, with great regularity, we’re baaaccckkk! Grantville Gazette, Volume 59, is rocking and ready.

Sarah Hays has written “For Want of a Nail,” about a woman at a crossroads. Terry Howard, with “The Kymi Orphans,” tells us about a couple who also come to a change in their lives. It’s a whole family facing change with “Making an Impression,” by Jack Carroll and Terry Howard. Eric S. Brown gives us “Burning Chickens,” and Nick Lorance tugs on the heartstrings with “Storybook.” Very interesting reads, all of them.

Bjorn Hasseler is back with “The Red Lion Regiment, Episode Two,” and Rainer Prem with “Ein Feste Burg, Episode 20,” continuing serials that have kept us all wanting more. Deborah Stutman-Brickey offers “The Fuggeri—The First Social Housing Project.” And the Fuggeri still exists to this day. That’s quite a record.

Garrett W. Vance continues his story in the Time Spike universe with “The Mysterious Mesa, Part Seven: Exodus.” Pioneers hold a place in the hearts of many, don’t you think? “Night of the Fireflies” is from Joseph Capdepon II, a story about danger and overcoming adversity. Gotta read that, yes.

Kristine Kathryn Rusch is “Holding Out for a Hero” in her reading, something we all look for. Very well said. Very well.

Grantville Gazette, Volume 59. It’s out there, waiting for you.

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