Larry Burns draws inspiration and ideas from the heady mixture of sights, sounds, peoples, and places of his hometown, Riverside, California. He is an active community leader, booster, and all-around fan of the recreation, entertainment, arts, and culture ready to be discovered across the Inland Empire. He fears and welcomes a future run by sentient robots, and wonders what they will talk about and do for fun when they are in charge. He is a founding member of the Inlandia Institute, a non-profit literary organization. He teaches English at Riverside City College and Humanities at Southern New Hampshire University.
Finding the weird, obscure and wonderful – Redlands Community News
Author Larry Burns of Riverside has spent close to 18 months looking for the weird, wonderful and obscure in the Inland Empire. Ninety such locations were mentioned in his 2019 book, Secret Inland Empire: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful
County Museum Announces 2020 Dome Talks Speaker Series – InlandEmpire.com
July 16 is the final speaker in the series, Larry Burns, local author of Secret Inland Empire: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure.
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