1632 Universe Milestone – Submissions Open for Grantville Gazette #100

Congratulations to the Grantville Gazette – the March issue will be their 100th. Editor Walt Boyes says, “We are really excited that we have come so far. Starting with 1632, Eric Flint’s ‘standalone’ novel, we have now over 6 million words in print or in electronic form and have published 40+ novels from Baen Books and from Ring of Fire Press. We have had more than 200 authors write in the series, many of whom sold us their first professional publication.” The Grantville Gazette is a SFWA-approved venue that pays eight cents per word.

In honor of issue 100, Boyes has put out his —  


The next issue of the Grantville Gazette is number 100, March 2022. That’s a remarkable feat in genre publishing, and specifically for an online magazine that is dedicated to a single series: the 1632 Universe.

So, for Gazette 100, we are issuing a call for stories. The topic is “Tales of the CoC” and should be within the bounds of the 1632 Universe and have something to do with the Committees of Correspondence, the CoCs.

Stories must not exceed 5000 words. Payment is 8 cents per word. Stories are due not later than midnight January 31, 2021.

If you have questions, please contact Bjorn Hasseler ([email protected]1632.org) or Walt Boyes ([email protected]).

1 thought on “1632 Universe Milestone – Submissions Open for Grantville Gazette #100

  1. The 1632 series continues to fascinate me. Now working my way through “1637: Dr. Gribbleflotz and the Soul of Stoner” by Kerryn Offord and Rick Boatright, the latter who sadly recently died. And there’s a nearly 7-foot-long shelf of the 1632 books nearby as I write.

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