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Grantville Gazette #68 Contents:

“Your Tax Dollars At Work” by Kerryn Offord

“Greetings!” by Mike Watson

“The Lost Monster” by Eric S. Brown and A. G. Carpenter

“Etude, Part 2 “by David Carrico

“The Long Road Home, Part 1” by Nick Lorance

Nonfiction and Annex:

“About the Faces on the Cutting Room Floor, Number Six: Pirates as Prey” by Charles E. Gannon

“Hungary and Transylvania, Part 2: The Lay of the Land: The Neighbors and the Inhabitants” by Gábor Szántai

“Notes from The Buffer Zone: Exciting Times” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

“Spitting Image” by Debi Carroll

Assiti Shards:

“The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous, Part 3: Demons in the Air” by Garrett Vance

From the Editor:

In this issue of the Grantville Gazette, Kerryn Offord, tells the story of a government investigation in “Your Tax Dollars at Work.”

Mike Watson gives us a western, “Greetings,” while Eric S. Brown and Anna Carpenter have the next installment in the story of LARPers in Grantville with “The Lost Monster.”

This issue’s serials feature David Carrico’s Johann Bach in “Etude, Part 2” and Nick Lorance’s Sergeant Richard Hartmann in “The Long Road Home, Part 1.”

In Nonfiction, Chuck Gannon focuses on pirates in “About the Faces on the Cutting Room Floor” and Szántai Gábor brings forth another installment of his social history, “Hungary and Transylvania, Part 2.” And Kristine Kathryn Rusch gives us another “Notes from the Buffer Zone.”

We have both a Time Spike story, Garrett Vance’s “First Cavalry of the Cretaceous, Part 3,” and a Univers story, Debi Carroll’s “Spitting Image.”

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