Media related to the book
Hidden Art and Hikes around Riverside Part II of my interview with Jessica Greenwell and KVC-Arts Radio, 91.9 KVCR.
KVC-Arts Interview with Jessica Greenwell features cool things to do such as Riverside’s Lunar Fest coming mid January 2018, Festival of Lights, Harada House, Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties.
The Literary Librarian was generous enough to interview me – where I name drop the following people/places/and things, mostly within suitable context – Target Corporation, Frederick Douglass, Cati Porter, deadlines, chores, Santa Ana, LA Lit, Inland Empire, Inlandia, Carolyn See, The 52 Project.
Thank you literary highlighters, Amarine Ravenwood and Persia Black. They create beautiful places for writers and readers, and overall thinkers, to share a few words together when the mood strikes.
My Awesome Empire Radio appearance with Lacey Kendall and Arnold Robles
KMIR/NBC – TV personality Angela Monroe joined me at three great sites from the book, Back to the Grind, Adams Motorsports Park, Fairmount Park
Raincross Radio appearance featuring the tasty brews of Packinghouse Brewing, among other finds, listen here.
Buy it, share it, use it! This book will keep you entertained through 2017 and beyond. Published March 2017. Check back here for new places to purchase around the Inland Empire:
Made in Riverside
UC Riverside bookstore
Cellar Door Books
Mission Inn Museum
Blue Door Store @Riverside Art Museum
March Air Field Museum
Riverside Community Arts Association
Mrs Tiggy Winkle’s
Barnes & Noble order and review here BN
Amazon ordering – https://www.amazon.com/dp/1681060817
3/25 Launch Party!! Riverside Art Museum
4/6 Artswalk at Urge Palette
4/29 Indie Bookseller Day at Cellar Door Books
5/6 Beerwalk Canyon Crest at Migliore Gourmet Food
I would love to connect through social media and stay in touch across 2017 and beyond. I will be available to participate in special events you have in mind for this year. Please share your social media links so I may follow you as well.
Here is how to reach me or stay in touch:
Facebook Writer’s Page – https://www.facebook.com/larrymarkburns/
Twitter – @Larry_M_Burns
Amazon Author’s Page – https://www.amazon.com/author/lburns
Amazon pre-ordering – https://www.amazon.com/dp/1681060817
Reedy Press site – www.reedypress.com
Purchase and pay for additional books via PayPal – https://paypal.me/LarryBurns
Email – 951LMB@gmail.com
From the intro –
“Riverside is a city founded by abolitionists, teetotalers, and other advocates of social justice. Their ambitious hopes for humanity created a place that was forward thinking, artistic, technologically progressive, and different from the status quo. What I put together here was designed to illustrate the achievement of that vision. Driving it is an economy that came into its own by creating and sustaining a citrus industry with the navel orange as its cornerstone.
In Riverside, we love our open spaces and our military. It shaped the community, which is why you should stop at the Riverside National Cemetery to experience the memorials or attend the 4th of July Concert for Heroes. It’s why we have the largest urban open space set inside city limits west of the Mississippi at Sycamore Canyon. It’s why we have a vast, protected greenbelt (Victoria Avenue) that hosts food, drivers, and tens of thousands of outdoor enthusiasts each year. It’s why we hold an annual Military Picnic that brings in nearly as many volunteers as it does service members!”