Grantville Gazette 102 is all about adaptations. This starts with drying the laundry in Bethanne Kim's "Clotheslined." Next, a perfumer has lost his sense of smell in "A Cloud of Beauty" by Iver P. Cooper.
One of the biggest and most tragic adjustments was for people whose spouses were left up-time. Marc Tyrrell shows how this was resolved in "Schrödinger's Spouse."
Life in Grantville is full of adjustments. Virginia DeMarce portrays how some adapt and some don't, in "Too Many Cooks."
The Venetian Van Castre household faces a number of challenges in Terry Howard's "A Proposal To a Fisherman."
Chuck Gannon and David Carrico conclude their series "Time May Change Me" with Part 4, discussing weapons production.
Even authors have to adjust, as Kris Rusch explains in "Notes from the Buffer Zone: Peering at the Future."
The Universe Annex gets in on the theme with two stories this issue. Ryk E. Spoor begins "Adventurers, Part 1" about an unlikely pair of heroes. J. Kenton Pierce returns to Hesperides Colony in "An Apple for the Legion, Part 1."