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    Eric Flint (born 1947) is an American author, editor, and e-publisher. The majority of his main works are alternate history science fiction, but he also writes humorous fantasy adventures. Flint worked on a Ph.D. in history specializing in southern African history. He left his doctoral program over political issues and supported himself from that time until age 50 in a variety of jobs, including longshoreman, truck driver, and machinist, and as a labor union organizer. A long-time leftist political activist, Flint worked as a member of the Socialist Workers Party. After winning the 1993 Writers of the Future contest, he published his first novel in 1997 and moved to full-time writing in 1999. Shortly afterwards, he became the first librarian of the Baen Free Library and a prominent anti-copy protection activist. He has edited the works of several classic SF authors, repackaging their short stories into collections and fix-up novels. This project has met commercial success, and has returned several out-of-print authors to print.. As of October 2007 he lives with his wife Lucille (also an ex-labor organizer) in East Chicago, Indiana. In 2008, he donated his archive to the department of Rare Books and Special Collections at Northern Illinois University. Flint is the author guest of honor for the 2010 NASFiC, ReConStruction.


    1632 Series
    1. 1632 (read by George Guidall)
    2. Ring Of Fire I (read by George Guidall)
    3. 1633 (read by George Guidall)
    4. 1634 The Baltic War (read by George Guidall)
    5. Grantville Gazette Volume I (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    6. Grantville Gazette Volume II (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    7. Grantville Gazette Volume III (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    8. 1634 The Ram Rebellion (read by George Guidall)
    9. 1634 The Galileo Affair (read by William Dufris)
    10. 1634 The Bavarian Crisis (read by George Guidall)
    11. 1635 A Parcel Of Rogues (read by George Guidall)
    12. Grantville Gazette Volume IV (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    13. Ring Of Fire II (read by George Guidall)
    14. 1635 Cannon Law (read by Nick Sullivan)
    15. 1635 The Dreeson Incident (read by George Guidall)
    16. 1635 The Tangled Web (read by George Guidall)
    17. Grantville Gazette Volume V (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    18. 1635 The Papal Stakes (read by George Guidall)
    19. 1635 The Wars For The Rhine (read by George Guidall)
    20. 1637 The Coast Of Chaos (read by George Guidall)
    21. 1635 The Eastern Front (read by George Guidall)
    22. 1636 The Saxon Uprising (read by George Guidall)
    23. Ring Of Fire III (read by George Guidall)
    24. 1636 The Kremlin Games (read by George Guidall)
    25. Grantville Gazette Volume VI (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    26. 1637 The Volga Rules (read by George Guidall)
    27. 1636 Commander Cantrell In The West Indies (read by George Guidall)
    28. 1637 No Peace Beyond The Line (read by George Guidall)
    29. 1636 The Cardinal Virtues (read by George Guidall)
    30. 1636 The Vatican Sanction (read by George Guidall)
    31. 1635 Music And Murder (read by George Guidall)
    32. 1636 The Devil's Opera (read by George Guidall)
    33. 1636 Seas Of Fortune (read by George Guidall)
    34. 1636 The Viennese Waltz (read by George Guidall)
    35. Grantville Gazette Volume VII (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    36. Ring Of Fire IV (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    37. 1636 The Chronicles Of Dr. Gribbleflotz (read by George Guidall)
    38. 1636 The Ottoman Onslaught (read by George Guidall)
    39. 1637 The Polish Maelstrom (read by George Guidall)
    40. 1636 Mission To The Mughals (read by George Guidall)
    41. 1636 The China Venture (read by George Guidall)
    42. 1637: The Peacock Throne (read by George Guidall)
    43. 1636: The Atlantic Encounter (read by George Guidall)
    44. 1637: The Transylvanian Decision (read by George Guidall)
    45. Grantville Gazette Volume VIII (read by P.J. Ochlan)
    46. Worlds (read by Keith Sellon-Wright)
    47. Worlds 2 (read by Keith Sellon-Wright)

    Joe's World Series / with Richard Roach
    48. The Philosophical Strangler (read by Tristan Morris)
    49. Forward The Mage (read by Tristan Morris)

    Queen of the Sea Series / with Gorg Huff, Paula Goodlett
    50. The Alexander Inheritance (read by Graham Winton)
    51. The Macedonian Hazard (read by P.J. Ochlan)

    Pyramid Series
    52. Pyramid Scheme (read by Ryan Burke)
    53. Pyramid Power (read by Ryan Burke)

    Boundary Series / with Ryk E. Spoor
    54. Boundary (read by Jonathan Walker)
    55. Threshold (read by Jonathan Walker)
    56. Portal (read by Jonathan Walker)
    57. Castaway Planet (read by Allyson Johnson)
    58. Castaway Odyssey (read by Jonathan Walker)
    59. Castaway Resolution (read by Allyson Johnson)

    Jao Series / with K.D. Wentworth
    60. The Course Of Empire (read by Chris Patton)
    61. The Crucible Of Empire (read by Chris Patton)

    The Rats and the Bats Series / with Dave Freer
    62. Rats, Bats And Vats (read by James Fouhey)
    63. The Rats, The Bats And The Ugly (read by James Fouhey)

    Trail of Glory Series
    64. 1812: The Rivers Of War (read by Franklin Pierson)
    65. 1824: The Arkansas War (read by Franklin Pierson)
    66. Mother Of Demons (read by Tanya Eby)
    67. Slow Train To Arcturus (read by Alex Knox)
    68. Time Spike (read by Graham Winton)

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