Clovis native, actor and author Chris Colfer, right, talks with members of his costume contest, including Rena Rutledge, center, and her daughter, Izabella Rutledge, 12, center left, during his appearance at the Mercedes Edwards Theatre, in Clovis, for a book signing, reading and Q&A session based on his “Land of Stories” series. People came dressed in costumes based on characters from his books. Rena was the “Huntress,” and Izabella, “Alex,” Tuesday, July 25, 2017.
Clovis native, actor and author Chris Colfer, right, talks with members of his costume contest, including Rena Rutledge, center, and her daughter, Izabella Rutledge, 12, center left, during his appearance at the Mercedes Edwards Theatre, in Clovis, for a book signing, reading and Q&A session based on his “Land of Stories” series. People came dressed in costumes based on characters from his books. Rena was the “Huntress,” and Izabella, “Alex,” Tuesday, July 25, 2017. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Clovis native, actor and author Chris Colfer, right, talks with members of his costume contest, including Rena Rutledge, center, and her daughter, Izabella Rutledge, 12, center left, during his appearance at the Mercedes Edwards Theatre, in Clovis, for a book signing, reading and Q&A session based on his “Land of Stories” series. People came dressed in costumes based on characters from his books. Rena was the “Huntress,” and Izabella, “Alex,” Tuesday, July 25, 2017. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Chris Colfer recalls his Clovis roots – and good teachers – during his book tour stop

July 25, 2017 5:15 PM