Welcome back to the wild and woolly seventeenth century! In this edition of the Gazette, we bring you some talented writers with unusual stories that will surely entertain you.

In “Goodbye” Thomas Scot shows us a new journeyman—and the journeyman does what journeymen are supposed to—he journeys. We get a good look at how crafts work in the down-time world.

Bjorn Hasseler’s “The Observer” is about an unusually perspicacious young woman who simply notices things other people do not. If her religion permits, the Grantville Police want her to join their crime squad. Will she? She . . .

We're very sorry, but this content is only available to current subscribers.

Perhaps you just need to log in.  If you're already logged in, please check if your subscription has expired by looking here.

If you're not already a subscriber you need to know that our columns and editorials are free, along with a few other items, but almost all stories and all downloads are paid only.

If you want to read the entire gazette, you need to either subscribe here, or purchase a download of any single issue at the Baen Books e-book store  or at Amazon.com.

- The Grantville Gazette Staff