Every story in Grantville Gazette 82 is set in a different place. Joy Ward begins the issue with "Rock and Roll Barbie," in which Barbie and the Musicians of Bremen have all the usual issues of a new band—plus they're playing up-time music. Michael Knopp takes us to court in Suhl, Thuringia-Franconia, where "The Railroad Business is Murder." Bjorn Hasseler writes about an accusation of witchcraft at Grantville's high school, in "Clique, Clique, Boom." "The Savage Oath" is Michael Lockwood's next story. Robert Lockwood meets the Pequod Nation. This issue has two excellent stories in the Universe Annex. One is Edward M. Lerner's "The Company Bane, Part 1." His investigator is closing in, but it's a race against time. In J. D. Jordan's story "Sh/ft" a young Hopi woman relates her experience with an unusual ability. Kristine Kathryn Rusch has "Visions of the Future," we remind you to nominate a story for Best of 2018, and Walt Boyes showcases what's "Hot Off the Ring of Fire Press." Plus, come join us for the 1632 Minicon at Spikecon in July!