Taking the Temperature 

When it comes to writing in the region, how are we doing?

Under the bright lights of the Woman’s Club of Spokane, Sam Ligon was out of pie and whiskey. He’d invited Spokane to hear a dozen writers read stories, and Spokane had shown up. With a crowd in front of him, at…

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