The Story So Far . . .

The Story So Far . . .

Welcome, my friends, to another ride through the magical wormhole we call the Grantville Gazette. Be prepared! Look carefully, because things in an alternate universe aren’t always what they seem. In this issue, we have Alyse Glaser proving that a woman can...
This Issue’s Cover- 74

This Issue’s Cover- 74

This Issue’s Cover- 74 Emperor Pumpkin Happy Halloween 1637, Grantville! It’s the annual Jack ‘O’ Lantern carving contest and I’m betting on good ole’ Captain GARS for the win!  
Letters From Gronow, Episode 5

Letters From Gronow, Episode 5

Magdeburg   From the Journal of Philip Fröhlich   22 May 1635   Tuesday Breakfast– 1 winter apple 1 pfennig 1 barley roll 2 quartered pfennigs 1 mug beer 1 pfennig Supper– 1 bowl fish stew 3 pfennigs 1 barley roll 2 quartered...
Best of 2017 Award

Best of 2017 Award

Best of 2017 Award by Bjorn Hasseler                  Grantville Gazette readers chose “The Winter Canvas: A Daniel Block Story” by Meriah Crawford and Robert Waters as our Best of 2016 story.              This is the last issue of 2017, and it...
Air France

Air France

Somewhere in France, 1634   The first rays of dawn touched his face, awakening him gently to a new day. Two heads on the same pillow were all that were not tucked warmly under the woolen covers topping the tavern's fine feather bed. His eyes still closed, Jacques...
The Touch of Iron

The Touch of Iron

Dev ducked under the overhang into what was practically a small cave beneath the hill, trying desperately not to breathe loudly enough to draw the attention of his pursuers. Rust-stained moss covered the old rock around him, and footsteps echoed down from the hilltop...
WWJD Is The Wrong Question

WWJD Is The Wrong Question

Early June, 1637, Grantville   Mouthful of dirt, seasoned with blood. "Owwwwww . . ." Alyse Glazer blinked, trying to remember the last time she'd fallen off a horse. The horse in question stumbled, dodging something Alyse couldn't see, and grazed a steel-shod...