Hot Off Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press!

Hot Off Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press!

This is a new feature for the Grantville Gazette. We are going to cover the new releases from Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire Press. Many of the releases are 1632 Universe stories, but others are just darn good science fiction and fantasy. This summer, we’re releasing The...
The Story So Far . . .

The Story So Far . . .

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...
This Issue’s Cover- 78

This Issue’s Cover- 78

This Issue’s Cover- 78 The Lure of Grantville I thought I would try out the hip new art style I’ve been seeing around lately! The subject matter is inspired by Tim Sayeau’s very entertaining Cremonensis Faciebat 1632 or, Body and Scroll: The Luthier’s...
Goodbye

Goodbye

A small valley in the mountains south of Kaprun, Archbishopric of Salzburg February, 1630   A full moon was standing above the small alpine valley, its silvery light reflected by the blanket of snow Frau Holle had thrown over the landscape from the skies. In most...
The Enigma of Charlie Peabody

The Enigma of Charlie Peabody

Bill Helling was driving a U.S. Mail Model A Ford, delivering mail to country farmsteads and ranches, in one of the more remote and thinly populated corners of Lawton County, Kansas. Like most days this late in summer, it was hot and dry. As the road crested a rise,...
The Visible Dogs of Grantville

The Visible Dogs of Grantville

Grantville April, 1635   "Mom's taken a room on Pleasant Street?" Armand Glazer asked in disbelief. "I know she's pushing seventy, but what does she need to give up her house for?" "She likes it up there, Uncle Armand," his nephew, Joe Glazer, calmly replied....