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‘Summer Stories’ to be aired on Spokane Public Radio

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Over the summer, The Spokesman-Review asked some of Spokane’s most acclaimed writers to create new works of short fiction based on a theme of “The Fair.” The result was Summer Stories, which included works by Jess Walter, Shawn Vestal, Bruce Holbert, Sharma Shields, Gregory Spatz, Kris Dinnison, Sam Ligon, Polly Buckingham, Shann Ray, Nance Van Winckel, Jill Malone, Jessica Halliday, Leah Sottile and Beth Cooley. One story ran every Sunday throughout the summer. Spokane Public Radio’s KPBX, at 91.1 FM, will air those stories tonight through Thursday night on “The Bookshelf,” under the name “Tales from the Fair.” Each episode will include three to four stories. Tonight’s episode includes works by Dinnison, Holbert, Shields and Malone. Enjoy!
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