Grantville Gazette 92 is about continuation. Even though Grantville's arrival as changed the world, some things continue on.
In Virginia DeMarce’s "Et Docere Et Rerum Exquirere Causas," Grantville's Episcopal church may have a new bishop, but Massinger's Men (and Women) still need to earn a living.
In "Lamb of God," A. P. Davidson shows what has—and hasn't—changed for a group of Armenian merchants returning from Sweden to their homes.
Matias Travieso-Diaz brings us "Last Will." a harrowing look at what might be one of the last campaigns of the truncating Thirty Years War.
Nicholas has reached Grantville. What does he find? Read Michael Lockwood's "A Puritan Voice, Part 7."
There are those who want to control new technology using some very old methods. Find out what happens to Margeet and Marcus in David Carrico and Mark Huston's "The Aethers of Magdeburg, Part 3."
Mike Nagle shows us flags for the USE's provinces in "Flags of the World: the USE, Part 2."
Kristine Kathryn Rusch talks about mummies, fleas, and George Carlin in Notes from The Buffer Zone.
In "Marooned in Space-Time," Ed Lerner follows up last issue's story with a look at the human response.