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Elizabeth Denton

May/June 2015

Puck’s Here

By Elizabeth Denton

“My God, Zoe! Look at your house. Look at the lawn! Look at everything! You’ve got the perfect life.” Zoe’s old friend Cynthia screamed these things from the passenger seat […]

Summer 2000

To Die For

By Elizabeth Denton

As she put down the phone Hilary’s first thought was not, as it surely would have been for most everyone else she knew, to call the police. She threw a […]

Fall 1990

Generations

By Elizabeth Denton

When Michelle Coleman’s mother, Nora Coleman, was bedridden and dying of cancer, she paid Michelle money to spy for her. Michelle was fifteen and on her way to becoming an […]