“At Eternity’s Gate” by Gary A. Braunbeck

“Starry Night” by Vincent Van Gogh

At Eternity’s Gate is an original short story by Gary A. Braunbeck about an ailing woman who is possessed by the spirit of Vincent Van Gogh. Due to the length of the piece it is offered up here in pdf form. Please click the link below to view the story in its entirety:

At Eternity’s Gate

Gary A. Braunbeck is a prolific author who writes mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mainstream literature. He is the author of 19 books; his fiction has been translated into Japanese, French, Italian, Russian and German. Nearly 200 of his short stories have appeared in various publications. Some of his most popular stories are mysteries that have appeared in the Cat Crimes anthology series.

He was born in Newark, Ohio; this city that serves as the model for the fictitious Cedar Hill in many of his stories. The Cedar Hill stories are collected in Graveyard People and Home Before Dark.

His fiction has received several awards, including the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction in 2003 for “Duty” and in 2005 for “We Now Pause for Station Identification”; his collection Destinations Unknown won a Stoker in 2006. His novella “Kiss of the Mudman” received the International Horror Guild Award for Long Fiction in 2005.

As an editor, Gary completed the latest installment of the Masques anthology series created by Jerry Williamson, Masques V, after Jerry became too ill to continue.

He also served a term as president of the Horror Writers Association. He is married to Lucy Snyder,, a science fiction/fantasy writer, and they reside together in Columbus, Ohio.

Gary is an adjunct professor at Seton Hill University, Pennsylvania, where he teaches in an innovative Master’s degree program in Writing Popular Fiction.

http://www.garybraunbeck.com/

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One thought on ““At Eternity’s Gate” by Gary A. Braunbeck

  1. Trent says:

    Braunbeck’s a master wordsmith.

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