Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

Volume 3 #3: The Sound of Music

Previous / Next The Sound of Music David Carrico Franz Sylwester, one-time violinist in the chapel ofthe archbishop of MainTo Friedrich Braun, journeyman instrument crafterfor Master Hans Riebeck, in MainzOn the nineteenth day of January in theyear of our Lord 1633 Greetings, my friend, I am sure by now that you have despaired of hearing […]

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Volume 101 #7: Time May Change Me, Part 3

Previous / Next by Charles E. Gannon, Ph.D & David Carrico So, after our discussion in the previous article (“Time May Change Me, Part 2,” Grantville Gazette 76) about the issues surrounding the mobilization and reallocation of the work forces in the Germanies, what next? Why, now we sit around the table like a bunch […]

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Volume 91 #6: The Aethers of Magdeburg, Part 2

Previous / Next by David Carrico and Mark Huston Chapter 5 Later that evening, as they dined at the Thuringia Gardens in Grantville, Marcus watched as the girl ate with a gusto that reminded him of a horse with a feed bag. It was focused, contained, and nothing was wasted. Marcus found himself staring, not […]

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Volume 90 #4: The Aethers of Magdeburg, Part 1

by Mark Huston and David Carrico Chapter 1 Magdeburg July, 1635 The radio hissed and crackled in the headphones. “. . . and thank you for joining us on Adventures with Great Music this Sunday evening. I’m Atwood Cochran. Good night.” Julius Fickler set aside his crystal set earphones and sighed. “What?” Julius looked over […]

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