The Bookshelf

KPBX: Monday-Thursday 6:30pm-7pm

The Bookshelf presents daily serialized half-hour book readings, featuring local and national authors and read by local Spokane voices. The Bookshelf, a celebration of the spoken word, is produced by Spokane Public Radio.

John Keeble's story, Synchronicity, was read by Laddie Ray Melvin. This story was published in Harper's Magazine, in the September 2017 issue.

This special three part Bookshelf was recorded on November 2, 2017 at the Washington Cracker building, which featured eight personal stories. This final episode's three storytellers are Jennifer Hawkins, with the ever changing promise of raising a child; Maura Ruiz, with the promise and peril of emigrating to a land of opportunity; and concluding with Daniel Walters, on the ever precarious promise of love. The program was hosted by Eric Woodard.

This special three part Bookshelf was recorded on November 2, 2017 at the Washington Cracker building, which featured eight personal stories. This episode's two storytellers are Nicole Mishke, with a promise that backfired and Skyler Oberst, whose promise was fulfilled from an unexpected source. The program was hosted by Eric Woodard.

This special three part Bookshelf was recorded on November 2, 2017 at the Washington Cracker building, which featured eight personal stories. This episode's three storytellers are Annika Eagle with her childhood list, Leonard Oakland's promise to Vietnam War resisters, and Megan Ferney on dating and climbing. The program was hosted by Eric Woodard.

Phyllis Silver continues with Episode 8 of a selection from a land more kind than home by Wiley Cash, the Spokane Is Reading selection for 2017.

This is the final episode of this reading.

Pages