the ongoing stories of . . . well, just about everything that's happening in 1632 Europe.
Grantville Gazette, Volume—count 'em—11. For an experiment, it sure has worked out well. Volume 11 is our first professional issue, meaning that it's the first time we've paid professional rates to our authors, something Eric Flint intended from the beginning. We're pretty proud to have reached this point.
We've got a bit of everything in this issue, from perceived betrayal to the reaction to perceived charity, an almost epidemic to the search for treasure, what's going on it Russia to what's going on in Greenland. Fiction, non-fiction, you name it, we've got it.
Come on in and take a look. Then go write us a story. After all, that's what every author in this issue did. Turns out that's a bit addictive . . . but we don't mind.
So, just what is going on in Grantville, USE these days
Way back in Grantville Gazette Volume 8, we ran Douglas Jones' story, "Joseph Hanauer: Into the Very Pit of Hell." The follow-up to that story is "Joseph Hanauer: These Things Have No Fixed Measure" which appears in this volume (number 13 in the ongoing soap opera that is Eric Flint's 1632 Universe).
But wait! There's more!
Well, of course there is.
Grantville Gazette Volume 13 has everything. Skullduggery, spies, genealogy. Genealogy, you ask Come on in and see what we mean.
What's going on in Russia in 1632 You'll find the answer here. Is the 1632 universe ever going to develop internal combustion engines Read all about it. What effect does Grantville's library have on other countries technology Find the answer for one technology right here in Grantville Gazette, Volume 13.
You have to wonder just what Eric Flint is planning over there in Bohemia with Wallenstein and that crowd. Is Morris Roth planning to be a bit more than just "Wallenstein's Court Jew" And is it strictly voluntary on his part
Find out in Grantville Gazette 14.
There's a new publishing craze sweeping Germany and the hero is a what You've got to be kidding! This, and Romeo and Juliet in Cologne
Grantville Gazette 14 also ventures to Scotland; read about what's going on with Julie Mackay and her ever-loving husband. Plus some bad guys, of course.
The New World is playing part in the search for rubber, someone has built an airship, and the Baptist church has—good grief—flying mammals.
Jump in. Find out the latest about Grantville. We promise a good time.
Our January 2007 issue has lots of good stuff. Eric Flint's "The Anaconda Project, Episode 4" leads off with what's going on in Bohemia. And what's going on is plotting the revolution, pure and simple.
There's lots more. Events in England, shown in "Letters of Trade," happenings in the Caribbean—with pirates, not less. Russia and Czar Mikhail are having their own problems, while certain folks in Grantville are just ticked off. The USE capitol in Magdeburg is a hopping town and we'll be happy to share the news with you.
Gustav Adolph may have won the Baltic War, but what happened to the individual soldiers They didn't all come out on top, did they Just how hard is it to navigate the troubled waters of the 1632 Universe No picnic, for sure.
Chocolate, steam, railroads and tennis. Revolution, mayhem, ships and planes. What have they got in common It's all happening in seventeenth century Europe.
Here we go again. Time for another edition of the Grantville Gazette, our sixteenth volume. Who'd a thunk it, to quote Harry Lefferts.
This issue has another story of the Dreaded Velma, "Wedding Daze," by Virginia DeMarce. Don't know about you, but I kind of feel sorry for that new husband of Velma's. Boy, is he in for a surprise.
We've got trains; we've got lottery wins, we've got E. coli . . . er, well, not really the E. coli. We've got war, music, food and the population exploding all over the place . . . really, what more could you ask for It's all here, right now. Grantville Gazette, Volume 16 is now on sale!