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Summer Stories: The Tale of Little Garrett and the Bees

Little Garrett was so surprised he turned in a circle three times before he saw the bee. He held it in the palm of his hand. ... Little Garrett put his face down to the bee, its abdomen pumping slowly, fine hairs rippling across its tiny body.

Summer Stories: ‘Flow’

“We’ll follow the river for the first bit.” Jessie grinned, flashing dimples Julie used to think were adorable. “Watch the road.” She closed her eyes and leaned against the window. She couldn’t see his frown, but his annoyance turned the air in the truck chilly against her skin. It surprised her how little she cared. She shouldn’t have gone on this trip, but they’d planned it for months and she’d never been to Lake Roosevelt.

Summer Stories: ‘White River’

Welcome to The River, the 2017 edition of The Spokesman-Review’s Summer Stories series. We will feature 10 new works of short fiction by Spokane-area writers in the Sunday Today section.