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Grantville Gazette #60 Contents:

“A Beautiful Friendship: The Beginning” by Margo Ryor

“The Chosen of the Red God” by Eric S. Brown and Jason Cordova

“Engines of Change: More Power” by Kevin H. Evans and Karen C. Evans

“The Vanity Fair” by Caroline Palmer

“What Price for a Miracle?” by Terry Howard

“Painted Into a Corner, Episode One” by Robert Waters and Meriah Crawford

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

Nonfiction and Annex:

“Airship Failures, Mishaps, Accidents and Disaster: Part 1, A Historical Perspective” by Iver P. Cooper

“Notes From the Buffer Zone: The Childish Joy” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Assiti Shards:

“The Mysterious Mesa, Part Eight: The Promised Land” by Garrett W. Vance (Time Spike)

From the Editor:

The Grantville Gazette has reached Issue 60! New author Margo Ryor introduces a down-time princess and an up-timer who become pen pals in “A Beautiful Friendship: The Beginning”. Eric S. Brown, joined by Jason Cordova, brings us Fast As Lightning In the Sky’s further exploits in “The Chosen of the Red God.” “Engines of Change: More Power” is the first of six stories by Kevin and Karen Evans that show what happened when employees of the Danish Airship Company took a small engine to the chocolate shop.

Caroline Palmer brings us the story of an entrepreneur in “The Vanity Fair”. Meriah Crawford and Robert Waters begin the story of an artistic competition in “Painted Into a Corner, Episode One.” In “The Red Lion Regiment, Episode Three”, by Bjorn Hasseler, the unit concludes its training at Camp Saale.

Iver Cooper explains many of the ways lighter-than-air travel can go wrong in “Airship Failures, Mishaps, Accidents, and Disasters: Part 1, A Historical Perspective.” Kristine Kathryn Rusch explains the “Childish Joy” of science fiction. And we have the next part of Garrett Vance’s Time Spike serial: “The Mysterious Mesa, Part Eight: The Promised Land.”

Grantville Gazette, Issue 60. Right here, right now.

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