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Grantville Gazette #87 Contents:

“A Long-Awaited Proposal” by Terry Howard

“Don’t Feed Me People Food” by Terry Howard

“Red Makes Friends” by Mark Roth-Whitworth

“The Searchers” by Mike Watson

“Anya’s Story” by Natalie Silk

“A Puritan Voice, Part 2” by Michael Lockwood

Nonfiction and Annex:

“Photography in the 1632 Universe” by Iver P. Cooper

“The Army of Sweden” by A. P. Davidson

“Notes from The Buffer Zone: Phone Home” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

“Crazy Horse’s Prodigal Granddaughter” by Allan Dyen-Shapiro

“The Adventure of the Meat Interpreter” by Edward M. Lerner

From the Editor:

Grantville Gazette 87 opens with a pair of short stories from Terry Howard: “A Long-Awaited Proposal” and “Don’t Feed Me People Food.”

Next, Mark Roth-Whitworth fills in some events in Eastern Europe in “Red Makes Friends.”

Deputy Marshals hunt a fugitive in Mike Watson’s “The Searchers.”

A relative comes to stay in Natalie Silk’s “Anya’s Story.”

In Michael Lockwood’s “A Puritan Voice, Part 2,” Nicholas continues his journey, but he is being tracked.

A. P. Davidson tells us about “The Army of Sweden,” and Iver P. Cooper concludes his series on “Photography in the 1632 Universe.”

This issue’s two Universe Annex stories are “Crazy Horse’s Prodigal Granddaughter” by Allan Dyen-Shapiro and “The Meat Interpreter” by Edward M. Lerner.

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