Author Sherry Jones at her house. She has recently wrote a historical novel, “Josephine Baker’s Last Dance”. The release party for the novel is Fri., Dec. 7, from 6-10 pm at 1507 E Sprague Ave in Spokane, WA. Photo for the Inlander. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/spokane-author-sherry-jones-finds-inspiration-in-kick-ass-women-from-the-past/Content?oid=15108662
Poet Laura Read in the South Perry neighborhood of Spokane, WA. Photo for the Inlander’s fall arts issue. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/spokane-poet-laura-read-embraces-vulnerability-in-her-newest-collection-of-poetry-dresses-from-the-old-country/Content?oid=12729236
Video I produced for Sam Ligon’s serial novel “Miller Cane: A True and Exact History”, which will publish weekly in the Inlander beginning with this issue, September 13, 2018. Music by Indian Goat. Read the first two parts of chapter one at http://millercane.inlander.com/chapterone/.
Here’s a photo for the Inlander of author Bruce Holbert, taken at the Monroe Street Bridge in Spokane, WA, for a story about his new novel “Whiskey”. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/spokane-author-bruce-holbert-on-his-ripping-rambunctious-new-novel-whiskey/Content?oid=8528947
In this photo for the Inlander, Leyna Krow poses for a photograph with a copy of her collection of short stories, “I’m Fine, But You Appear to Be Sinking”. http://www.inlander.com/spokane/anchoring-the-absurd/Content?oid=3005784
Here are photos for The Inlander of Kate Lebo, a pie maker, pie making teacher and author. http://www.inlander.com/spokane/pies-poetry-and-prose/Content?oid=2917979
Here’s an extra photo for the Inlander of the 15 year old creators, Madison Seipp and Brittan Hart, of “Riverside Storybook”, an anthology of work by their local peers. A call for submissions earlier this year resulted in an 85 page book filled with prose, poetry, art and photography. http://www.inlander.com/spokane/writing-their-way/Content?oid=2777606
For the photograph, it had been raining all day this past Sunday, when the photoshoot was scheduled. An outdoor portrait at this location at the Spokane River seemed the most appropriate as it went both with the title and the cover art on the book. The rain stopped just in time for the photoshoot. It started raining again later in the day and into the following day.