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UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 15, 2019

‘There are so many great writers in town’: Summer Stories contributors join readers at Northwest Passages event

Spokane authors got the chance to meet local readers and Spokane readers got a chance to hear from a slate of local writers Wednesday night, during a Northwest Passages Book …

Summer Stories: ‘The Island’ by Kris Dinnison

In week two of “Summer Stories: Summer of ’69,” novelist Kris Dinnison tells the story of a family grappling in the face of the Vietnam War.

UPDATED: Sun., Aug. 26, 2018

Summer Stories: ‘No More Stops’ by Kris Dinnison

In week 9 of Summer Stories: The Road Trip, Spokane author Kris Dinnison follows along as a mother and daughter take one last drive to the coast.

Book club: Take a Road Trip at Summer Stories Night

Northwest Passages hosts an evening of live storytelling with summer tunes, wine and burgers, too. Get tickets.

True stories, improv collide at Microbiography 6

The Freedom Association, a trio of improvisers, will create scenes based on true stories from local authors.

Summer Stories: The Wet Edge of the River

In Kris Dinnison’s Summer Stories entry, a girl finds the answer she’s hoped for at the water’s edge.

‘Unconventional Beauties’: Auntie’s reading brings together three YA authors whose characters go beyond the stereotype

When Spokane author Kris Dinnison wrote her young adult novel “You and Me and Him,” she didn’t set out to write about underrepresented characters. “I was following the age-old advice …

Dinnison celebrates release of first novel

In “You and Me and Him,” Spokane writer Kris Dinnison tells the story of two high school outsiders – the overweight music geek and her gay BFF – who fall …

Smiths provide soundtrack for loss, longing

Weirdly, I don’t remember where I got my first Smiths album. I don’t even really know how I discovered them. They certainly weren’t in rotation on any of the radio …

Uncle Fudd

I had used my Expo ’74 season pass at least a dozen times before Uncle Fudd and Aunt June came for their annual visit. My sister and I didn’t really …

Spokane ‘texture’ comes through in ‘Shorties’

Kevin Taylor has a theory: Everybody in Spokane has a story about living here, one of those “only in Spokane” tales that, OK, could happen elsewhere but that seem so …

Downtown art, writing hub Ink aims to build community

The narrow art space at Ink is mostly empty for now, old brick walls and wood floors illuminated by strings of shop lights. Mismatched chairs line the walls, and a …

10 classic homes open to public to welcome preservation group

Andy and Kris Dinnison are new to the exclusive row of century-old mansions on West Sumner Avenue. The relatively small home that they bought last summer stands out, but not …