Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

1632 & Beyond Issue 3 #5: Something Old, Something New: A Materials of Construction Survey

Previous Iver P. Cooper What we can construct—whether it be a building, a boiler, or a toaster—and how well it performs its function depends on the materials incorporated into it. One of the effects of the Ring of Fire will be an ever-expanding palette of materials of construction for the engineer. Depending on their properties […]

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1632 & Beyond Issue 3 #4: Disturbance at the Nishioka House

Previous / Next by Garrett W. Vance The second in a three-story series. See Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue 1 for “Ill-Met in the Marshes.” Phnom Penh docks The day before Blom Corneliszoon leaned on the rail of his ship Groenevisch as he watched a small army of dockworkers load cargo aboard. He had […]

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1632 & Beyond Issue 3 #2: A Fitting Tribute

Previous / Next Bethanne Kim My dad introduced me to the 1632 series, and we enjoyed it together for many years. This particular story is for my beloved father, may he rest in peace. Grantville October 1635 Angela Ugolini wrapped her coat tighter and leaned against her husband, Alberto, glad to be wearing wool stockings […]

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1632 & Beyond Issue 3 #1: Cassini Rounds Third

Previous / Next Robert E Waters Author’s Note: This story is the fourth in the Cassini Plays Ball series. It follows the events in the previous three stories which were published in the Grantville Gazette: “Cassini at the Plate,” (Grantville Gazette 93);“Cassini Takes First,” (Grantville Gazette 96); and “Cassini Slides to Second” (Grantville Gazette 101). […]

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