Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

Volume 100 #15: Notes from the Buffer Zone: 100

Previous by Kristine Kathryn Rusch I’m currently working on a project that I started in the early 1990s. In creative time—the time marked by my muse—that project is older, but not old. I can remember writing it. I might not know all the details, but I’ll be honest: I don’t know all the details of […]

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Volume 100 #14: Hot Off Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press!

Previous / Next by Walt Boyes New Releases Phoenix Rising by Ryk E. Spoor Category: Fantasy Impossible Betrayal . . . First it had been her parents, slain by unknown assassins in their own home; then Kyri Vantage’s brother, Rion, was murdered, body and soul rent asunder. And then her flight to supposed safety reveals […]

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Volume 100 #13: The Beginnings of the 1632 Story and the Grantville Gazette

Previous / Next by Walt Boyes I am the third editor of the Grantville Gazette. But, I was there at the beginning, when Eric posted on Baen’s Bar that he needed help with some issues he had in writing Fire in the Hole which was the original title (thank God, Jim Baen changed it). I […]

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Volume 100 #12: Slamfire!

Previous / Next by Walt Boyes and Bjorn Hasseler Spring, 1633 “I’m sorry, Sergeant Weibel. I’ve decided not to re-enlist in the regiment.” The tall young man gestured emphatically. “Why not?” “I’m tired of missing paydays, getting shot at, and marching around just so some jackanapes with a title can claim he won a battle […]

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Volume 100 #9: The Aftermath

Previous / Next by Bjorn Hasseler DresdenFriday, February 29, 1636 “Dietrich Karsch, I am assigning you to—” “Frederick, I am supposed to be your supply clerk!” “Exactly.” Frederick Biener ignored the breach of military etiquette, not uncommon in the Committees of Correspondence. “Dietrich, you and the supply men for all our CoC units have been […]

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Volume 100 #8: Be Happy Now My Enemies

Previous / Next by A. P. Davidson Greifswald, PomeraniaWinter, 1636 “See, Arvid, didn’t I tell you this was a bad idea?” Lars canted his head at the musket barrel pointed squarely at his head. The young man at the other end of the barrel shifted nervously between the two. Lars glanced at the trembling hand […]

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Volume 100 #4: If You Want to Write a Play with Witches

Previous / Next by Virginia DeMarce Butzbach, Province of the MainFebruary-March, 1637 “We’re not doing the Scottish play—not in this part of the USE.” Christina Pittlin was adamant. “You can put almost any of the others into the repertoire for the company’s stint here, but not that one.” “It’s considered one of Shakespeare’s best.” Mike […]

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