Monthly Archives: January 2012

Guest Post: Brain Munchers, How We Love Thee by Ty Schwamberger

It gives me great pleasure to provide readers of Alt Hist with a guest post from  Ty Schwamberger. Ty is an expert on zombies and their emergence on plantations in the American South during the nineteenth century. Over to Ty … Continue reading

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Recent Historical Fiction and Alternate History News

Here’s a selection of news and features that I’ve come across recently in the world of Historical Fiction and Alternate History. Enjoy! From Salon: The myth of the polite Englishman. I thought this book sounded like a great resource for anyone … Continue reading

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Interview with Brooks Rexroat, author of ‘To the Stars’

With Brooks Rexroat we wrap up the interviews of authors from Alt Hist Issue 3. Brooks’ ‘To the Stars’ is set during the Cold War space race and is a very human story of the effect on one family in … Continue reading

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Matthew Warner interview corrections

Please note that the interview with Matthew Warner that was published on Alt Hist’s site this morning went out with most of the links missing. It has now been corrected! And should make much more sense now I hope.

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Interview with Matthew Warner, author of ‘Bummers’

Matthew Warner is the author of ‘Bummers’ the second story in Alt Hist Issue 3 set during the American Civil War. We caught up with Matthew to ask him more about this story and his other writing. How did you … Continue reading

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Happy New Year to all Readers of Alt Hist

I hope that 2012 will be remarkable for you and bring you all that you want. The people at WordPress have produced a 2011 annual report showing details about the Alt Hist website and blog – what was most popular … Continue reading

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