Elizabeth McKenzie's Writings
Saturday Evening Post
Living in a small town, you can never really escape your past—a gripping new story from an emerging literary voice.
The Atlantic Monthly
Catamaran Literary Reader
You had to go to the giant under the stairs if you wanted advice of the literary kind, because he was the one who made kayak, that “avenue to our rage, our sense of the ludicrous, the unreal that America had become,” Philip Levine would say. I’d been turned away before, with a roar, asking to enter his advanced...
Delaware Story "My parents almost didn't get married," George told his girlfriend Win, one night when he felt slightly under-appreciated. She looked up from her book. "Didn't they just celebrate their 30th?" "Yes, but a long time ago, they almost broke up. Things could have been...
Elizabeth McKenzie's story collection Stop That Girl was published by Random House and was short-listed for The Story Prize, and was a Newsday and School Library Journal Best Book of the year. Her novel MacGregor Tells the World was a Chicago Tribune Best...
Causes Elizabeth McKenzie Supports
Litquake, International Red Cross, SPCA
Elizabeth’s Favorite Books
The Sea, The Sea --Iris Murdoch A portrait of narcissism and self deception as a dramaturge in a house by the sea metes out his own unravelling in hair-...