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We run PDC training seminars, conferences and networking events for our members. Several fan-written stories have suggested major plotlines, even before the concept of the Grantville Gazettes eMagazine experiment was approved by Jim Baen. Those stories were published alongside established writers in the Ring of Fire , and according to Flint, affected other main plotlines like The Ram Rebellion.
Other Gazette stories have filled in important gaps in terms of economics, sociology, and technology: "The Sewing Circle" deals with four precocious teen friends and their stubborn insistence on making adult contributions. When they succeed, they establish a model for uptimers starting downtime businesses, setting an example that ripples through Grantville. In the sequel, "Other People's Money", they shake up the European stock markets , and not inconsequentially, interest the downtime populace in learning more about investing and uptime financial knowledge. Sociologically, their success doomed tailoring guilds, and spawned down-timer publication of popular fiction, inculcating up-timer sociology et cetera via modern novels, especially perhaps, Romance novels.
Apparently even downtimers like their soaps!
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Flint has stated that he intends that short stories featuring major characters, or establishing points that will be important in future novels will be collected into the Ring of Fire anthologies, and that The Grantville Gazettes anthologies will feature the stories of characters that don't establish new background for the novels. However, many of the characters or events become more important in retrospect than either the author or editor expected, so this rule is fairly weak, as shown in the Other People's Money example.
On another level entirely, the gazette stories are just stories. Since they tend to focus on the ground-level interactions of their protagonists, and those characters tend to repeat, not only in subsequent stories by the same author, but in stories by others, Flint has characterized them in part as soap-operas in the preface to Grantville Gazette IV.
Starting in November , the first Gazette was also released experimentally in a paper edition with issue I as a paperback. The second volume was released in hardcover in March , this and subsequent titles use Roman Numerals for titles such as are listed below in the section List of Gazettes , as appear on the print publication covers. Each print edition contains an additional story that was not published in any e-magazine. Starting with volume V, each print edition contains stories from several of the magazines, and not all magazine stories are published in the books.
The List of Gazettes section below gives the publication dates and a rough guide to which magazines are collected into particular books. Overall, most reviewers wrote favorable reviews   while only a small number were negative. The reviewer for Observe and See wrote that the printed version of the Grantville Gazette IV is "It is every bit as enjoyable as the other editions" and reviewed each story in this edition.
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There is a little something for everyone, history, mystery and adventure. The reviewer for the SFRevu wrote that "The stories run quite a gamut. There are mysteries, action adventure, and little bit of rewritten history. The reviewer also wrote that "Another really good part of the series, is the serious discussion of technology and how old technologies can be recreated until the equipment needed to build the modern technology is available. Many of the continuing serials have been republished as single volume collections by the publishers of the Gazette through their own Ring of Fire Press to make the material easier to access by its readers by not having its readers search through various Gazette back issues to access a previous episode of a particular serial.
Starting in , the Gazette began to offer an award for the best short story that was published during the previous calendar year as determined by its readers. Jim Baen believed in the promotional power of library access to books. In the very early days of the Web, he started releasing free e-book copies of many of the books in the company's back list at a website called the Baen Free Library. Additionally, sample CDs of e-books are bound into many Baen first edition hardcover books.