|"After the Last Elf is Dead"|
|First Appearance||Weird Tales|
|Collected||Counting Up, Counting Down|
|Publication date||Summer 1988|
"After the Last Elf is Dead" is a short story by Harry Turtledove, first published in Weird Tales, Summer 1988. It was reprinted in The Best of Weird Tales edited by John Gregory Betancourt, Barnes & Noble, 1995, and in the collection Counting Up, Counting Down, 2002. It is a fantasy story in the vein of JRR Tolkien, built on the premise of evil triumphing rather than good.