Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

Volume 94 #10: Sock it To Me

Previous by Arnold wasn’t divorced because of his sock-lost-in-the-dryer humor. At least, Tina hadn’t left him solely (ahem) on account of that specific gag. The argument could be made, however, that his quips collectively did the trick. And within Arnold’s oeuvre, the oft-repeated dryer remark must certainly have ranked high. . . . “Well, I think it’s funny,” Arnold […]

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Volume 93 #10: Adrift in Space-Time

Adrift in Space-Time Previous by Edward M. Lerner What has gone before . . . In “On the Shoals of Space-Time” (Grantville Gazette 91, September, 2020), the starship Greater Good, after a near-catastrophic accident, limps at sub-light velocity to a nearby solar system. Its few survivors (four crew, all Doltan) and three passengers (one Doltan, two Vol’taki) are: […]

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Volume 92 #9: Marooned in Space-Time

Marooned in Servers Previous By Edward M. Lerner “Are you getting this?” Or so Liam Peterson might have heard. He wasn’t one to spend a mind-numbing shift rearranging cargo in silence—nor to endure the endless droning “news” adrift in the short passageway from Andy‘s compact bridge. And yet, there was something compelling about that maybe-heard question. He removed […]

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Volume 96 # 9: Ill-Met in Space-Time, Part 2

Previous Part 1 / Part 3 by Edward M. Lerner What has gone before . . . In “On the Shoals of Space-Time” (Grantville Gazette 91, September, 2020 issue), the interstellar passenger ship Greater Good, after a near-catastrophic accident, limps at sub-light velocity to a nearby solar system. Its few surviving crew (four Doltan) and passengers (one […]

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Volume 95 #10: Ill-Met in Space-Time, Part 1

Previous Part 2 / Part 3 By Edward M. Lerner What has gone before . . . In “On the Shoals of Space-Time” (Grantville Gazette 91, September, 2020), the interstellar passenger ship Greater Good, after a near-catastrophic accident, limps at sub-light velocity to a nearby solar system. Its few surviving crew (four Doltan) and passengers (one Doltan, […]

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