Well, it's that time again. The latest issue of the Grantville Gazette in on sale now.
Join us for a subversive crochet class. Yes, I said subversive and crochet in the same sentence. New things are popping up all over seventeenth century Europe. Power plants, generators, phonographs . . . you name it, someone is trying it out.
Parachutes and mine pumps, radio evangelists and the Hallelujah Chorus, tent revivals and Orthodox weddings. As well as crooks and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Well, maybe not quite so uniform . . . At any rate, we've got them all.
Nonfiction covers more on concrete, more on steam trains and just what might happen with and two evangelical missions from Grantville.
Grab your copy, settle down with your favorite refreshments and jump on in to Grantville.
And, we're baaaacccckkkkk! Just like bad pennies, here's the Grantville Gazette, turning up again!
Volume 21 has the usual mix of fiction, series and nonfiction. Eric Flint is back with us in "The Anaconda Project, Episode Nine." A new writing team is making its first appearance; Anette Pedersen teams up with Kerryn Offord with a story about piracy. Mark Huston tells us about a life-changing event in Grantville, while Domenic and D. J. diCiacca tell us about a live-changing event not in Grantville.
Back in the early days of the NUS, what exactly did happen with the money Gorg Huff provides an answer. We have more from Franz and Marla thanks to David Carrico, as well as more about Fischer from Wood Hughes. And the new Swedish colony is developing well, as told by Iver P. Cooper.
Homes on the grange, hyperinflation and propulsion for sailing ships! It's all here in Grantville Gazette, Volume 21.
It's that time again! Time to immerse yourself in 1632 Europe.
But what's this Yep. Our very first North American adventure, by Herb and Bill Sakalaucks. And there's deep, deep water from Kerryn Offord, news out of Russia from Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett, interesting happenings in Italy from Iver P. Cooper.
Lots of stuff this issue. Irish singing from Terry Howard, an elegy from David Carrico, and more from Wood Hughes and his fisher of men.
Nonfiction You want nonfiction We've got it. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme from Anette Pedersen, Special editions from a new writer for us, Markus Becker, as well as the second part of Iver P. Cooper's sailing ship article.
Join us! Great stories, tons of info, hours of enjoyment! Can you get a better deal than that