Saturday, February 03, 2007

Groundhog Day, Redux

The state of TIAH

February 3rd, 2007

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Alternate Historian's Note: Obviously, we just escaped from a Groundhog Day - the time loop prevented us from posting, so we are thankful for having a Guest Historian to step in today! Sorry about that delay; one of the dangers of working at the nexus of so many alternate realities... Anyway, now that our NaNoWriMo novel, After, has been concluded, we are beginning work on a new project – a collection of several timelines with more-or-less complete stories inside them – The Fall, the Tolman timeline, the Mormon War, the Lascaux Cave story, and more – that will have After included with it. Once they're edited together, we'll put the lot up for sale on Lulu. If you would be interested in this, or would like to suggest something for inclusion in the collection, please email me and let me know. And, speaking of side projects, Guest Historian Stephen Payne has one, Crimson Kiss, available for free on Lulu. Check it out.

Sitting Bull
Sitting Bull
In 1871 the counter-history Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (BMHAWK) is published by the gifted Sioux author Tatanka Iyotake. In the what-if world of BMHAWK, indigenes were unable to summon the powerful magicks required to prevent the invasion of the fork-tongues. Literary critics in the ..
.. great Sioux nation ridiculed the fictional novel as preposterous, and henceforth Tatanka Iyotake was known by the comic name Sitting Bull.

~ entry by Steve Payne from counter history in context - you're the judge!

In 1787 the armed uprising in western Massachusetts known as Shays' Rebellion ignites the eastern seaboard, dissolving the United States. Crushing debt and taxes fueled by a revolutionary fervor simply will not be denied even after Independence. Today, autonomous states govern the North .. Shays Rebellion
Shays Rebellion
.. American continent; every schoolchild knows that the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave was made possible by this liberating anarchy.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

Pierre Laval
Pierre Laval
In 1941 Anglo-American Fascists forcibly restore Pierre Laval to office in occupied Vichy, France.

~ entry by Steve Payne from counter history in context - you're the judge!

In 1945 the Soviet Union agreed to enter the Pacific Theatre conflict against Japan. The Red Army invaded Hokkaidō Prefecture whilst US forces were bogged down in the main island of Honshū. Hokkaidō Prefecture
Hokkaidō Prefec..

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

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