Stories tagged: Summer of ’69
Sun., Sept. 1, 2019, 6 a.m.
In the final installment of the 2019 Summer Stories series, Jess Walter tells the tale of a teacher dealing with the parents of his worst student. Revisit previous entries in …
Sun., Aug. 25, 2019, 6 a.m.
“You know what the problem is, don’t you?” Paul leaned forward. It had been a sunny day, but evening settled in cool. It smelled like grass and hot concrete. Al …
Sat., Aug. 17, 2019, 11:59 p.m.
In the final month of her final summer working at Dairy Palace, Debbie Baker’s boss asked her to be the Dairy Princess in the end-of-summer parade. After three-and-a-half years of …
Sun., Aug. 11, 2019, 6 a.m.
Tommy rolls another joint and hands it over the back of the bench seat to the hippie chick riding shotgun in the 1966 VW van that picked him up more …
Sun., Aug. 11, 2019
When The Spokesman- Review began the Summer Stories series in 2014, the idea was to celebrate Spokane-area authors and give readers some new and interesting things to read in the …
Sat., Aug. 3, 2019, 6 p.m.
All Jack wants for his 69th birthday is to celebrate the way the people used to: around the table, feasting with friends, everyone happy. Is that too much to ask? …
Sun., July 28, 2019, 6 a.m.
Welcome to Summer Stories, The Spokesman-Review’s annual short-fiction series. For 10 weeks, some of Spokane’s best writers will share new, original works of short fiction based on a central theme.
Sun., July 21, 2019, 6 a.m.
Welcome to Summer Stories, The Spokesman-Review’s annual short-fiction series. This week Megan Louise Rowe gives us a loves story that goes to the moon and back.
Sun., July 14, 2019, 4 a.m.
In this week’s Summer Stories entry, Stephanie Oakes introduces us to Hannah, a woman who faces life on her own terms, even when it all seems predetermined.
Sun., July 7, 2019
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.
Sun., June 30, 2019, 6 a.m.
The Spokesman-Review’s annual short-fiction series looks back 50 years to the Summer of ’69.