This Issue’s Cover – 70

This Issue’s Cover – 70

This Issue’s Cover – 70 David Carrico’s magazine within a magazine,  Der Schwarze Kater, provides the inspiration this month. If  Der Schwarze Kater ever starts taking submissions, I intend to be first in line!  – Garrett Here is the original version...
Letters From Gronow, Episode 1

Letters From Gronow, Episode 1

Magdeburg From the Journal of Philip Fröhlich 16 October 1634 Monday Breakfast/lunch– 2 barley rolls 1 pfennig 1 cup small beer 1 quartered pfennig Supper– 1 wurst 1 pfennig 2 mugs beer 1 pfennig Did the cash entries in Master Gröning's accounts today, then reviewed...
The Marshal Comes To Suhl

The Marshal Comes To Suhl

Early April, 1634 Suhl   Dusk came early that evening with a light, intermittent rain. Four, in the shadows, watched the old man walking down the alley. He used a cane and wore a wide-brimmed hat and a long coat of some heavy cloth that shed the rain like...
The Story So Far . . .

The Story So Far . . .

Our story continues in Grantville Gazette 70. In 1631, or 2000, the town of Grantville and a ring around it were transported to an alternate universe and plunked down in the middle of Thuringia in Germany, during the height of the Thirty Years’ War. Figuring out...
Best of 2016 Award

Best of 2016 Award

Best of 2016 Award   We have had some wonderful stories over the past 10+ years. So, we have decided to give an award for the best 1632 Universe fiction published in the Grantville Gazette in 2016. If this goes well, we’ll do it again for 2017. Here’s...
The Monster Under the Bed

The Monster Under the Bed

  On Top of a Little Boy’s Bed, Bamberg, July, 1636   Joseph Drahuta knew how old he was—nine, but he also knew how old he felt—older. First, there had been the entire Ring of Fire thing, when his entire life changed down to his underwear. Who would have thought...