Suzanne Zewan is coordinator at Genesee Valley Educational Partnership and is an adjunct professor at Buffalo State College. She has an M.A. in English and Creative Writing and an M.S.Ed. in Career and Technical Education. Other publications include a poem in Jigsaw “Deep Blue” (2014), a short story “Another Shot” and two poems "Cantrip for Interstellar Exploration” and “Crystal Eyes” in Jigsaw (2016), and a short story “Adelaide” in Amaranth Review (2016). She grew up in Genesee County and lives with her husband and teenage son in Western New York.
Shadow by the Bridge
11-year-old Fritz Reynolds recalled his father telling him that man is the only creature who can find amusement in killing. Little did he realize that those words would become the theme for his teenage years growing up in the rural hamlet on Linden, New York. In this coming-of-age story, Fritz takes us back to a simpler time when neighbors gathered at the general store to listen to radio shows, drank barrel-aged cider and worshiped at the Baptist Church every Sunday. All was picturesque in his close-knit farming community until terror was unleashed on them.
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