Paul Lindholdt: The Spokane River
Please join us to hear more about this new collection of Spokane River related stories and studies edited by local Professor, Paul Lindholdt!
About the Book:
From Lake Coeur d'Alene to its confluence with the Columbia, the Spokane River travels 111 miles of varied and often spectacular terrain - rural, urban, in places wild. The river has been a trading and gathering place for indigenous people for thousands of years. With bountiful trout, accessible swimming holes, and challenging rapids, it is a recreational magnet for residents and tourists alike. The contributors to this collection profile the living river through personal reflection, history, science, and poetry.
About the Author:
Paul Lindholdt is Professor of English at Eastern Washington University. His writing has been recognized by the Academy of American Poets, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Washington Center for the Book. His video appreciations of the Spokane River are available on YouTube at:
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From Lake Coeur d'Alene to its confluence with the Columbia, the Spokane River travels 111 miles of varied and often spectacular terrain--rural, urban, in places wild. The river has been a trading and gathering place for Indigenous peoples for thousands of years.