The title says most of it. GG 77 is available now, and I have a story entitled Pendragon in it. Only this time, it's not a 1632 story. It doesn't feature Franz and Marla, or Byron and Gotthild, or any of the other characters I've dealt with in the past. Consequently, it's actually published in the Unvierse Annex section of the magazine. Pendragon is a light fantasy story that dabbles in The Matter of Britain. (King Arthur stuff, if you don't recognize that reference.) It is also a bit of an homage to the articulate and sophisticated fantasies written by the team of L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt. I think it's fun, and hopefully you will, too.
Seek it out when you get a chance.