Author Archives: Eloise J. Knapp

About Eloise J. Knapp

Eloise J. Knapp is an author and designer living in the Pacific Northwest.

The Dust of Dawn — New novel by Eloise J. Knapp

Available on ebook on Amazon Zabat’s Comet promises a stunning astronomical display as it narrowly passes our planet. Then a solar flare nudges it hurtling toward Earth. Humanity crumbles during the countdown to Doomsday. But Zabat is more than just … Continue reading

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The Last Man Chronicles

LAST UPDATED: 6/14/18! Please click here to read more about The Last Man Chronicles. This includes more information about the stories and art. This blog post contains all the Last Man flash fiction pieces in order of oldest (right below) to … Continue reading

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Last Man – 7

Click here to view all Last Man flash fiction. He remembered what it was like when he knew mankind had given up. That humanity had finally loosened its grip and stopped fighting the infection. It was the dead of winter and bitter cold. Ash drifted beside snowflakes, lazy as they made their descent to the […]

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Last Man – 6

Click here to view all Last Man flash fiction. He remembered what it was like when he knew mankind had given up. That humanity had finally loosened its grip and stopped fighting the infection. It was the dead of winter and bitter cold. Ash drifted beside snowflakes, lazy as they made their descent to the […]

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Last Man – 5

Click here to view all Last Man flash fiction. He remembered what it was like when he knew mankind had given up. That humanity had finally loosened its grip and stopped fighting the infection. It was the dead of winter and bitter cold. Ash drifted beside snowflakes, lazy as they made their descent to the […]

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Last Man – 4

Click here to view all Last Man flash fiction. He remembered what it was like when he knew mankind had given up. That humanity had finally loosened its grip and stopped fighting the infection. It was the dead of winter and bitter cold. Ash drifted beside snowflakes, lazy as they made their descent to the […]

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Last Man – 3

Click here to view all Last Man flash fiction. He remembered what it was like when he knew mankind had given up. That humanity had finally loosened its grip and stopped fighting the infection. It was the dead of winter … Continue reading

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Last Man – 2

Looking for earlier “Last Man” flash fiction? Click here to view everything in this category. The Last Man stood motionless. A chill ran across his neck and back and it wasn’t from the cold. He was one wrong move away … Continue reading

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Last Man – 1

The Last Man had been waiting for hours. His eyes stung from the dry, cold weather. A chill had settled so deep in his core, he didn’t think he’d ever warm up again. It didn’t matter. He would stay until … Continue reading

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From the Gateway of Madness (a short story)

The pop machine on Capitol Hill in Seattle was a mystery. It stood, covered in layers of graffiti, on the corner of John Street and 10th Avenue East. The locksmith company behind it provided electricity for the machine, though they … Continue reading

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