Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories


Grantville Gazette #99 Contents:

“On the Walls of Wismar” by Tim Sayeau

“The Monkey in the Bible” by Chuck Thompson

“Hatching Iron” by Iver P. Cooper

Nonfiction and Annex:

“Notes from the Buffer Zone: Foreshadowing” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Assiti Shards:

“The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous, Part Nine: The Road Forward” by Garret W. Vance (Time Spike)

From the Editor:

Tim Sayeau’s “On the Walls of Wismar” may well be his best story ever, and one of the finest we’ve ever presented. What happens when the casual anti-Semitism of the seventeenth century comes smack up against the Holocaust?

In Chuck Thompson’s “The Monkey in the Bible” Inez Wiley realizes that one of her husband’s most-wanted books is intact in 1635, just like the Dodo. “Road Trip!”

Iver Cooper gives us one of his Japan stories, “Hatching Iron,” about getting iron workers to go to Japanese America.

In the Time Spike section, Garrett W. Vance pens the conclusion to “The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous.” He’s working on turning those stories into a novel for Ring of Fire Press, so keep an eye out for it.

In her column this month, Kristine Katherine Rusch takes a look at what has changed from January, 2020 to January, 2022 and wonders if we will ever get it back.


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