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Grantville Gazette #92 Contents:

“Et Docere et Rerum Exquirere Causas” by Virginia DeMarce

“Lamb of God” by A. P. Davidson

“Last Will” by Matias Travieso-Diaz

“A Puritan Voice, Part 7” by Michael Lockwood

“The Aethers of Magdeburg, Part 3” by David Carrico and Mark Huston

Nonfiction and Annex:

“Flags of the World: The USE, Part 2″ by Mike Nagle

Notes from The Buffer Zone: Mummies and Fleas” Kristine Kathryn Rusch

“Marooned in Space-Time” by Edward M. Lerner

From the Editor:

In this issue, we have Virginia DeMarce’s Et Docere Et Rerum Exquirere Causas (” To teach and inquire into the nature of things”). Among other things, that’s the original motto of the University of Georgia. What happens when Archbishop Laud names Tom Simpson the Anglican Bishop of Grantville? What happens when some players are invited to perform at a fundraiser for the diocese? Ya gotta read the story.

Next is the story, Lamb of God, in which Armenian merchants and patriots go looking for Swedish and USE help because of Ottoman oppression. They find out that Ottoman oppression continues to the end of the Ottoman Empire!

Last on the list of fiction for this issue is Last Will by Matias Travieso-Diaz. The full horrific story of the Thirty Years War can be seen through the life and last will and testament of Georg Ernsting.

For serials, we have the continuation of “A Puritan Voice,” by Michael Lockwood, and the final installment of “The Aethers of Magdeburg” by David Carrico and Mark Huston. We will have to see if the bad guys get their comeuppance or not.

We continue with Mike Nagle’s “Flags of the World: The USE, Part 2” in our non-fiction section.

In her column this month, Kristine Rusch talks about the incredibly prescient George Carlin, speaking from the grave. Do we dare 2020 to do its worst, or, in the words of George Takei, “maybe we should wait until 2021” to open the mummy’s tomb?

And in our Universe Annex, we present a great story by Edward M. Lerner, Marooned in Space-Time. What happens when a spaceship full of galactic citizens has to try to get the backward people of Earth to rescue them after a space accident?

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