De Bodard, Aliette. Xuya Stories
Divergence: 1411 CE
What if: The Chinese decided to send a Treasure Fleet east, and discovered the Americas decades before the Europeans.
Series note: Series of short stories, including so far (in internal chronological order) "The Jaguar House, in Shadow", "Fleeing Tezcatlipoca", "The Lost Xuyan Bride", "Butterfly, Falling at Dawn", "Shipbirth", and "Shipmaker". A novel titled Foreign Ghosts is in development.
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De Bodard, Aliette. "The Jaguar House, in Shadow"
Divergence: 1411 CE
Series note: A Xuya story.
Published: In Asimov's July 2010.

De Bodard, Aliette. "Fleeing Tezcatlipoca"
Divergence: 1411 CE
Series note: A Xuya story.
Published: In Space and Time #111 (Summer 2010).

De Bodard, Aliette. "The Lost Xuyan Bride"
Divergence: 1411 CE
Summary: In modern times, an American from the east coast working as a private detective in the Chinese west is hired to find a missing girl who was about to be married. He finds that her fiance has ties to a crime-rebel gang and that the final answer requires a trip into Greater Mexica.
Series note: A Xuya story.
Published: In InterZone #213 (November/December 2007); and The Apex Book of World SF (ed. Lavie Tidhar), Apex 2009 (0982159633w88 androidBUY)
— Posted on the author's website, date unknown.
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De Bodard, Aliette. "Butterfly, Falling at Dawn"
Divergence: 1411 CE
Series note: A Xuya story.
Published: In InterZone #219 (November/December 2008); and The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Sixth Annual Collection (ed. Gardner Dozois), St. Martin's/Griffin 2009 (0312551045BUY, 0312551053w88 androidBUY), v.t. The Mammoth Book of Best New SF 22, Robinson 2009 (1845299302).

De Bodard, Aliette. "Shipbirth"
Divergence: 1411 CE
Series note: A Xuya story.
Published: In Asimov's February 2011.

De Bodard, Aliette. "Shipmaker"
Divergence: 1411 CE
Series note: A Xuya story.
Published: In InterZone #231 (September 2010).