Eileen Wiedbrauk is a writer, tech geek, designer, coffee addict, cat herder, public library fangirl, former editor and founder of World Weaver Press, MFA grad, Odyssey Workshop alum, web developer-in-training, kdrama devotee, avid reader, and a somewhat decent cook. She wears many hats, as the saying goes. Which is an odd saying in this case, as she rarely looks good in hats.

Portfolio at eileenwiedbrauk.com including: writing samples, graphic design, podcasts, video, phhotography & painting, HTML/code, and published fiction. Like all portfolios, it’s a work in progress.

Nonfiction Writing Samples

Published Fiction

  • “Yaga Dreams of Growing Up,” PodCastle, 2015.
  • “Candy, Shoe, and Skull; Sallow Flowers Plucked Like Chains,” Niteblade, 2015. Pushcart Prize Nominee
  • “Breath Stirs in the Husk,” Pseudopod, 2014.
  • “Yaga Dreams of Growing Up,” Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. No. 29, 2013.
  • “Breath Stirs in the Husk,” Urban Green Man, edited by Adria Laycraft and Janice Blaine (EDGE Publishing), 2013.
  • “Garbage-to-Gold Spindle–On Sale Now!” – Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine. March 2011.
  • “Apology” – SWINK. Nov. 18, 2010.
  • “Not Yours” (previously titled Color, Pattern, and Fantasy) – The Northville Review, Aug. 2010.
  • “Fireworks” – North American Review. May-Aug. 2009.

About the Blog and Eccentric Review: Remember when you were a kid and while all the adults were talking about something dull, you were the one getting the VCR to stop flashing 12:00? I do. If you’re like me, you still get asked these sort of quotidian tech questions, so now I blog short documentation and how-tos when I’m asked these kinds of questions by friends and family. Also, I write reviews of things as I see fit. Usually things I like. Sometimes I podcast those reviews. The subject matter is primarily Korean TV dramas (subtitled in English) and related material. Sometimes I post on writing and storycraft. It’s eclectic. And eccentric.