Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

Volume 101 #11: Danger

Previous by Michael Tinker Pearce “OK, let’s move on to First Contacts. Top of the list is Species 75412, a race called ‘Humans’ from planet ‘Earth.’ Should we contact them or not?” “Great Ghu, no! A thousand worlds of NO!” “Well, that’s a strong reaction. Would you care to explain?” “Have you read the file?! […]

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Volume 101 #8: Hot Off Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press!

Previous / Next New Releases Darktraders Rosemary Edghill, writing as eluki bes shazar Category: Science Fiction https://ringoffirepress.com/shop/darktraders/ TWO SHIPS SAT ON THE FIELD They was ‘leggers and pirates equipped with the standard box of tricks. Tractors to lock them on to a ship or free-floating cargo, guns that could angle to protect a ship on […]

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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 101 #6: Never Have I Ever

Previous / Next by Virginia DeMarce MagdeburgJune, 1637 So this was the wonderful capital of the United States of Europe. Susanna Allegretti glared out a third-floor back window onto an alley. So wonderful that her almost-a-fiancé, Marc Cavriani, delivered her to Hesse House, as his father had arranged. So wonderful that the landgravine was busy, […]

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Volume 101 #5: Cassini Slides to Second

Previous / Next Click here for links to all parts of the Cassini story. by Robert E. Waters “Little League baseball is a very good thing because it keeps parents off the streets.”– Yogi Berra Grantville Mountaineers Baseball FieldJuly 16, 1636 Why in God’s precious name had he, Giovanni Domenico Cassini, been pushed into speaking […]

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Volume 101 #4: Finding Her Way

Previous / Next by Mark Roth-Whitworth Sequel to “Marianne” (Grantville Gazette 97) ParisOctober, 1637 Madame looked into the supply and workroom. The walls were in the current mode, a pastel blue, and there was a comfortable chair appointed in tones of taupe in front of a table. A young woman sat in the chair, working […]

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Volume 101 #3: Boats of Stone

Previous / Next by Herb Sakalaucks A Royal PaybackCopenhagen, DenmarkMay, 1635 The summons from King Christian had arrived without any explanation. As the coach carrying them neared the Rosenborg Palace, Reuben Abrabanel stared at the note trying to ascertain why he and his brother Saul had been summoned so abruptly. The rattling coach ride had […]

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Volume 101 #2: A Sodden Mess

Previous / Next By Bethanne Kim September, 1631 As Doctor Sims finished his one-month exam of Timmy Claggett at the Red Cross Well Baby Clinic, little Timmy’s mom burst into tears. Eyes wide, the clearly uncomfortable elderly doctor cracked open the door and called his wife in before continuing to speak to the new mother. […]

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Volume 101 #1: Hidden People

Previous / Next Jan Kotouč & Lucie Lukačovičová “Mínar eru sorgir þungar sem blý.”“Mine are the sorrows heavy as lead.”–Þórður Andrésson When Kristjen Einársson was a child, he sometimes went to dance with the Hidden Folk. Or at least he imagined it. He danced alone, away from the village, near some caves, where the Hidden […]

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