Infinity Wanderers issue 6 includes the regular columns as well as new stories, poetry, and other submissions. L.G. Parker contributes Small Causes, focused on the Confederate Navy in the American Civil War, and Urban Warfare, focused on Mogadishu, 1993. Jon N. Davies' history of the Goughs of Ynyscedwyn continues with Richard Gough Aubrey, 1st of that name, and the first of the family to inherit the estate. The One Place Study of 2 Juniper continues with a look at The Changing Garden. The travel feature is the diary of two children on holiday in France in 1983, illustrated with photographs. An additional history feature is Remember, Remember by Susan Dean.
Continuing stories come from Rusty Gladdish with the final parts of The Smiling Tiger, and Haley Receveur with Part 4 of Alea Abiecerat.
Poetry comes from D J Tyrer, with a set of alternate history poems, from Elder Gideon with Poems from Sophia's Wisdom, Ali Ashhar with On The Island of Cyprus, and poetry by C Collingwood.
Stories come from D J Tyrer with Glory, Matthew Toddington with An Ode to Kings of Tomorrow, Matt Kusluski with A Dream in Ruins, from Matthew Spence with Carl's Return, from Robert Feinstein with Siderodromophobia, from Victoria Male with Sculpted, from P M Baird with The 36th Sun Monitor, and from M L Williams with Lord, Save Us From Ourselves.
Pictorial features are Great Britain: First On The Moon by B. B. Olshin, and Renaissance Court Aliens by Janis Butler Holm.
Featuring a cover by Robin Stacey, The Shifting Sands is a globe-covering alternate history novel set in the aftermath of a world war against the combined might of the German and British empires. How will Lord Wolfe navigate the twists and turns of fate? Once the darling of the old British emperor in his role as Governor of the vast South African dominions, he finds himself shunned by the new monarch in London, relying on his Spanish connections for attendance at the peace conference. Together with his daughter Carlotta, Wolfe must adapt to a new reality, one that takes him home to Britain where his wealth might buy him land and house, but can it ever work to restore his lost influence in the affairs of men?
Alternate History & Science Fiction
In an alternate history, decolonisation of the Americas follows a vastly different timeline, and the British royal family remains pre-eminent in world affairs.
Competing with a Bonaparte Byzantium and a French Empire under the Murats, the Saxe-Coburg British fight on an equal footing for recognition and influence.
Follow 1400 years of history, from an alternate 1900 to the galactic empire of 3300AD where humanity inadvertently reawakens a terror that the elder races believed long dead.