Our friends at the Mid-Columbia Literary Festival are expecting a standing-room only crowd for tonight's guest lecture.
Augusten Burroughs should fill the house for the 7 p.m. presentation at Columbia Basin College, but LitFest has experienced inexplicably poor turnouts for some major authors. Let's make sure that doesn't happen again.
All of the LitFest events are worth the effort to attend. The festival brings first-class guests, authors and lecturers to the Tri-Cities.
Each opens a little different window, expanding our view of life -- and spreading light and thought and, for the most part, intelligent conversation.
Burroughs, author of the best-selling Running With Scissors, is a big name. Those who make the effort to hear him will be rewarded.
Don't let the threat of a crowd keep you away. CBC's Gjerde Center has plenty of room.