This Issue’s Cover – 72

This Issue’s Cover – 72

This Issue’s Cover – 72   Ode to the Legal Pad   Sometimes it’s the little things.   While reading David Carrico’s very amusing ‘Whodunnit?’ I was struck by the following passage, the feelings of a downtimer lawyer toward the new...
The Balticon Minicon After-Action Report

The Balticon Minicon After-Action Report

This year, the Minicon was bigger and better than ever. This was because the Balticon concom asked Joy Ward, the co-editor of Eric Flint's Ring of Fire Press and a Gazette author, to produce four days of panels and activities instead of our normal two. Joy put...
The Story So Far . . .

The Story So Far . . .

Welcome to the July issue of The Grantville Gazette! I’m your friendly tour guide to the wonders and sometimes head-shaking strangeness of the Ring of Fire. You would think that we are in love with the fiction of David Carrico by how many of his stories appear...
Time’s Angel, Part 2

Time’s Angel, Part 2

Van Meer rose from the ground like a ghost from a tomb. It was not yet dawn, cold and black beneath the trees. Frost was thin this deep in the forest, but there was a snap to the air and Van Meer's breath condensed on his mustache and beard. He walked among his...
SMC, Part 2

SMC, Part 2

VI   Mid-October, 1634 Suhl   I wish I'd thought to bring a gavel. Pat Johnson had rented a room to hold the first official meeting of the consortium. The room contained a long table encircled with cushioned chairs. One side of the room contained windows...
Letters From Gronow, Episode 3

Letters From Gronow, Episode 3

Magdeburg     From the Journal of Philip Fröhlich   14 January 1635   Sunday Breakfast– Fasted Lunch- 1 sausage 2 pfennigs 1 wheat roll 3 pfennigs Supper– 1 cup sauerkraut 2 quartered pfennigs 1 wurst 2 pfennigs 1 mug beer . . . We're very sorry,...