Summer Stories

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Hope" by Dan Gemeinhart and "What Rises Beneath" by Jess Walter

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Bandits" by Sharma Shields and "St. Helen and the Spokanites" by Samuel Ligon.

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Feast, Smudge, Snag" by Tiffany Midge and "Waffle Hut" by Neal Thompson.

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Volcanic" by Deb Caletti and "The Department of Long-Term Catastrophes" by Eli Francovich

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Peebags for Manboy" by Matthew Sullivan and "My Father's Ashes" by Jamie Ford.

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Redzone" by Ben Goldfarb and "Fissures" by Kris Dinnison.

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "Mayday" by Bruce Holbert and "Miriam and Clara, 1980" by Johanna Stoberock.

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

Now in its seventh year, the Spokesman-Review Summer Stories is a special section in the Sunday Spokesman-Review newspaper featuring original short fiction by local authors on a common theme. This year’s theme is Mount Saint Helens, which erupted 40 years ago this year on May 18, 1980.

On Tonight's episode of The Bookshelf, we present two Summer Stories, "The Thick Darkness" by Shawn Vestal and "Rumblings” by Beth Piatote.

You can read the full Summer Stories series at www.spokesman.com/pages/summer-stories-2020

This episode features two Summer Stories: “Summer of Love” by Thom Caraway and “Magnificent Desolation” by Jess Walter.

Now in its sixth year, the Spokesman-Review's “Summer Stories" project publishes a series of short fiction pieces written by local authors, all centered around a particular theme. This year’s theme is “Summer of ’69,” marking the 50th anniversary of that momentous summer.

You can find each week’s Summer Story in the Sunday edition of the Spokesman-Review, or at Spokesman.com. And, coming up on August 14th, The Spokesman’s Northwest Passages Book Club is hosting a Summer Stories event at the Montvale Event Center 6 p.m. Details and ticket information at Spokesman.com.

This episode features two Summer Stories: “Where Oh Where Is Tommy Parker?” by Chris Crutcher and “Many Crowns” by S.M. Hulse.

Now in its sixth year, the Spokesman-Review's “Summer Stories" project publishes a series of short fiction pieces written by local authors, all centered around a particular theme. This year’s theme is “Summer of ’69,” marking the 50th anniversary of that momentous summer.

You can find each week’s Summer Story in the Sunday edition of the Spokesman-Review, or at Spokesman.com. And, coming up on August 14th, The Spokesman’s Northwest Passages Book Club is hosting a Summer Stories event at the Montvale Event Center 6 p.m. Details and ticket information at Spokesman.com.

This episode features two Summer Stories: “Good Little Mice” by Sharma Shields and “Eat, Drink, and Be Merry” by Sherry Jones.

Now in its sixth year, the Spokesman-Review's “Summer Stories" project publishes a series of short fiction pieces written by local authors, all centered around a particular theme. This year’s theme is “Summer of ’69,” marking the 50th anniversary of that momentous summer.

You can find each week’s Summer Story in the Sunday edition of the Spokesman-Review, or at Spokesman.com. And, coming up on August 14th, The Spokesman’s Northwest Passages Book Club is hosting a Summer Stories event at the Montvale Event Center 6 p.m. Details and ticket information at Spokesman.com.

This episode features two Summer Stories: "Oracle" by Stephanie Oakes and "Tranquility Base" by Megan Rowe. Both stories are read by their authors.

Now in its sixth year, the Spokesman-Review's “Summer Stories" project publishes a series of short fiction pieces written by local authors, all centered around a particular theme. This year’s theme is “Summer of ’69,” marking the 50th anniversary of that momentous summer.

You can find each week’s Summer Story in the Sunday edition of the Spokesman-Review, or at Spokesman.com. And, coming up on August 14th, The Spokesman’s Northwest Passages Book Club is hosting a Summer Stories event at the Montvale Event Center 6 p.m. Details and ticket information at Spokesman.com.

This episode features two Summer Stories: "New Mom" by Shawn Vestal and "The Island" by Kris Dinnison. Both stories are read by their authors.

Now in its sixth year, the Spokesman-Review's “Summer Stories" project publishes a series of short fiction pieces written by local authors, all centered around a particular theme. This year’s theme is “Summer of ’69,” marking the 50th anniversary of that momentous summer.

You can find each week’s Summer Story in the Sunday edition of the Spokesman-Review, or at Spokesman.com. And, coming up on August 14th, The Spokesman’s Northwest Passages Book Club is hosting a Summer Stories event at the Montvale Event Center 6 p.m. Details and ticket information at Spokesman.com.