Writer's Bloc 

Rebuilding itself around an unlikely leader, Spokane’s spoken-word scene grows into a community.

By a quarter to 7 pm, it’s hard to get in the door. People slump in booths and perch atop stools. Bodies block the soda fountain and lean against the ordering counter. People hoot, snap, shout titles. At the front, only…

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