By now, the setting for the 1632 series and "established canon" in this series is very extensive, with (by January of 2008): * six novels in print (1632, 1633, 1634: The Baltic War, 1634: The Galileo Affair; 1634: The Bavarian Crisis and 1635: The Cannon Law) * three major anthologies in print (Ring of Fire, 1634: The Ram Rebellion and Ring of Fire II) * fifteen issues of the Grantville Gazette, either in electronic or paper editions. All told, the above represents somewhere around three million words in print. To make the situation still more complex, the series is set in the actual 17th century and so a reasonable knowledge of the history of the period is needed also. We have found from experience that if a writer, no matter how well-established, tries to write a story without first taking the time to become familiar with the setting, they will almost invariably write something which we simply can't accept.
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