Teng, Tais. Aan de Oevers van de Nacht
Divergence: 1492 CE
What if: Columbus's voyage returned from the New World bearing social diseases which would kill half of Europe. Eventually the Aztecs dominated the Americas, but the Calvinistic Dutch control a world empire. Also, a magical rather than industrial revolution occurred.
Series note: Series including the stories collected in Aan de Oevers van de Nacht, the novel De Gunsteling van Sedna, and the story "De Priesteres van Sedna".

Teng, Tais. Aan de Oevers van de Nacht
Title trans.: On the Shores of the Night
Comments: Collection of "Alle namen in het zonlicht", "Bevers voeren", "Een dukaat voor de veerman", and "Hoe de wijze handelt".
Published: Kraaikop cube-reeks 1983.
Original in: Dutch.

Teng, Tais. "Alle namen in het zonlicht"
Title trans.: "All Names in the Sunlight"
Divergence: 1492 CE
Published: In SF Terra #73 (1985); and Aan de Oevers van de Nacht, q.v.
Original in: Dutch.

Teng, Tais. "Bevers voeren"
Title trans.: "Feeding Beavers"
Divergence: 1492 CE
Published: In SF Terra #73 (1985); and Aan de Oevers van de Nacht, q.v.
Original in: Dutch.

Teng, Tais. "Een dukaat voor de veerman"
Title trans.: "A Coin for the Ferryman"
Divergence: 1492 CE
Published: In Bizarre Visioenen, Diram 1988; and Aan de Oevers van de Nacht, q.v.
Original in: Dutch.

Teng, Tais. "Hoe de wijze handelt"
Title trans.: "How the Wise One Acts"
Divergence: 1492 CE
Published: In King Kong Kerstgeschenk, [[date unknown]] 1988; Science Fiction Festival, [[date unknown]] 1989; and Aan de Oevers van de Nacht, q.v.
Original in: Dutch.

Teng, Tais. De Gunsteling van Sedna
Title trans.: The Favorite of Sedna
Divergence: 1492 CE
Series note: A novel in the Aan de Oevers van de Nacht world.
Published: Babel 1994 (9073730139, 9079790177).
Original in: Dutch.

Teng, Tais. "De Priesteres van Sedna"
Title trans.: "The Priestess of Sedna"
Divergence: 1492 CE
Series note: A story in the Aan de Oevers van de Nacht world.
Published: In Ballustrada #... (1990); and Cerberus #34 (1996).
Original in: Dutch.