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Anthony W. Eichenlaub

Anthony W. Eichenlaub writes science fiction, bringing madness to the masses at any cost.

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Anthony W. Eichenlaub’s stories appear in Little Blue Marble, the anthology Fell Beasts and Fair and the A Punk Rock Future. When the ground isn’t frozen solid, he enjoys gardening, woodworking, and long walks with a lazy dog. When it is frozen, he stays indoors where it's safe. He can be found at anthonyeichenlaub.com and on Twitter as @AWEichenlaub.

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Featured February 26, 2020

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One Final Walk in the Dust and the Rain

Published Feb 14, 2020 · 5,869 words (22 minutes) · 3 likes · 373 views

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As long as Sydney can remember, the upper Mississippi has been a deserted wasteland. But when a once-in-a-lifetime rainstorm appears on the horizon, she’ll be pulled into her grandmother’s quixotic quest to sow life into fallow ground—no matter the cost.

Author Anthony W. Eichenlaub himself grew up in the upper Mississippi, and his stories have appeared in Little Blue Marble, the anthology Fell Beasts and Fair and A Punk Rock Future.

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The King of Justice and Revenge

Published Aug 9, 2019 · 984 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 258 views

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Grace Roberta Smith is finally released to hospice after half a lifetime in prison, but the only person to visit her there is her granddaughter Jo. Jo is a teenage roboticist, and Grace--well, Grace has some secrets to share.

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