Grantville Gazette #93 Contents:
“Giants in the Earth” by Virginia DeMarce
“Cassini at the Plate” by Robert Waters
“I Have a Proposal For You” by George Iconomou
“A Puritan Voice, Part 8” by Michael Lockwood
Nonfiction and Annex:
“Flags of the World: The USE, Part 3” by Mike Nagle
“Life at Sea in the Old and New Time Lines, Part 6: Lest You Drown” by Iver P. Cooper
“Notes from The Buffer Zone: Heroic Lazy Sods” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“A Matter of Choice” by Eric Flint
“Adrift in Space-Time” by Edward M. Lerner
From the Editor:
We have a special treat! We have a piece of flash fiction written by Eric Flint! Called “A Matter of Choice,” you’ll find it in the Annex.
We wondered what finding fossils would do to the religious in the New Time Line, and Virginia DeMarce has given us an answer in “Giants in the Earth.” No, it isn’t just a funny looking porcupine.
The Grand Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn has just finished in our sky, so Robert Waters has found something else for Cassini to do: baseball in Grantville! “Cassini at the Plate” has us wondering if he’ll grow up to be an astronomer after all.
George Iconomou continues to shake up the Venetian leaders and the up-timers in “I Have a Proposal for You.”
In Serials, Michael Lockwood gives us the next installment in “A Puritan Voice, Part 8.”
In Non-Fiction, we have “Flags of the USE, Part 3” by Mike Nagle, and “Life at Sea, Part 8” by Iver Cooper.
Kris Rusch gives us another edition of “Notes from the Buffer Zone,” and Edward M. Lerner gives us “Adrift in Space-Time.”