Eric E. Wallace is an author and playwright, working in fiction, poetry, drama, humor, radio and television. He uses the imprint Rabbit Creek Creative for some of his work.
Eric has written three books, each an anthology of his literary short stories:
UNDERTOW (BookLocker: 2014)
HOAR FROST (BookLocker: 2015)
STONERISE (BookLocker: 2016)
Please click on the tabs above for more information about each book.
Eric’s work has appeared in ten print anthologies and in many periodicals, literary journals and newspapers, including (a partial list):
Alaska Bride and Groom**
Alaska Business Monthly**
Alaska Quarterly Review
The First Line
Garbanzo Literary Journal
and online at:
Toasted Cheese Literary Journal*
* more than once
** many times
(To see a list of the print anthologies, please go to the ‘About’ page.)
TELEVISION and RADIO
Eric has written scripts for a multitude of television and radio programs, public service material and commercials. His TV work has aired on PBS stations around the country and his radio material has been heard on public and commercial stations in Florida and Alaska.
–Eric’s short story “Exit Zero” took first place (and was also the ‘Publisher’s Choice’ and a ‘Judge’s Choice’ in the 2017 Idaho Magazine Fiction Contest
–STONERISE, Eric third anthology, is now in print (see separate table)
–Eric’s short story “Pride” won second prize in the 2016 Idaho Writers Guild Fiction Competition. The story appears in STONERISE.
–Two more new short stories, “Going Under” and “The Kindness of Hot Water” were published in WATER–WRITERS IN THE ATTIC, an anthology published by Log Cabin Books, Boise (August, 2016), available on Amazon. Both of these stories also appear in STONERISE.
–UNDERTOW was reviewed in Toasted Cheese Literary Journal in December, 2015. A copy of the review is on the UNDERTOW page.
–Eric is deep into work on his first novel (working title EMPEROR’S REACH). The story takes place in contemporary San Francisco and is filled with eccentric characters and a protagonist who may charm you no end…but watch out.