Eric Flint's 1632 & Beyond: Alternate History Stories

Volume 95 #9: The Reformation of Castle Deltle

Previous / Next by Zachary Robbins Once upon a time, there was a boy named Chrys. After his culturally ambiguous coming-of-age celebration, he began to worry that even though he was an adult now, his life had no direction. He felt empty and wanted to fill the void. At that moment, he remembered the story […]

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Volume 95 #8: Nominate the Best of 2020

Previous / Next by Bjorn Hasseller Each year our readers select the best story of the year. Here are the Grantville Gazette stories published in 2020. Please send your vote to waltboyes@1632.org, bjorn@1632.org or post in the comments. Thank you! Grantville Gazette 87 A Long-Awaited Proposal by Terry Howard Don’t Feed Me People Food by […]

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Volume 95 #7: Hot Off Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press!

Previous / Next by Walt Boyes This month we are bringing out Cheryl Brin’s (yes, that Brin) first novel, “The Melody of Memory.” Melody of Memory For centuries the colonists of Tyra suffered unexplained cycles of collapse and dark ages. Now, just as civilization seems to be clawing its way back, is that curse repeating, […]

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Volume 95 #4: Mrs. Flannery’s Flower Part 1: Acceptance

Previous / Next by Bethanne Kim April 2, 2000 Krystal Reed drove over to her Aunt Bethel and Uncle Raymond Little’s house after she finished her shift at the drugstore. Her parents were supposed to bring Nana over from Bluemont for the afternoon, and if she timed things right, her mom would take over and […]

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Volume 95 #3: The Heights of Beverwijk: The Miller’s Daughter

Previous / Next by Kerryn Offord Frost Agricultural Services Ltd., the House on Greys Run, Grantville September, 1634 Egon Rohfritsch made his way carefully from the kitchen to the desk with the typewriter. He put his mug of coffee down on a heat mat before gently lowering the plate with his still-steaming apricot Danish pastry […]

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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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