Gregg Macklin lives in Columbus Indiana, with his wife Sandi, having moved there in 1994 from Southern California. He worked at Fort Harrison in Indianapolis, retiring at the end of June 2013 with 30 years Federal Service
He grew up with the Space Program, and reading science fiction, he collects the works of Robert Heinlein as well as others. He has a collection of Space Program Memorabilia; his most prized pieces of his collection are two December 1969 National Geographic detailing the first manned moon landing, that were signed for him in September 1989 by "Buzz" Aldrin at the Oxnard Airport Air Show.
Member of the Bartholomew County Writers Group, in Indiana.
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White Hot Skies, Sruvival and Redemption
by Gregg Macklin
No power, no water, no modern amenities, while cities and towns not destroyed by the nukes, empty out, flooding the countryside with desperate people looking for food and shelter, and willing to kill to get them.
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