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Author Keith Roysdon - "Write what you know" is certainly advice, but is it good advice or bad advice? We''l find out in this event.

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"Write what you know" is certainly advice, but is it good advice or bad advice? Keith Roysdon talks about living in Muncie, Indiana, one of the most-examined small cities in the country thanks to sociological studies and pop culture. But Roysdon is among the few who have written about the city's dark side and talks about how it has shaped him as a writer, in fiction and non-fiction.

Keith Roysdon is a lifelong writer who thought about being a lawyer but who got waylaid by working in newspapers for 40 years. He is the co-author of three true crime books published by Arcadia/History Press. The newest is The Westside Park Murders: Muncie's Most Notorious Cold Case published in early 2021. Since taking early retirement in 2019, he's written two novels that he's querying and is outlining a third. He writes pop culture essays for CrimeReads and has a growing public relations practice.

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Speed City Sisters in Crime is the Indiana chapter of the world-wide mystery/crime writers' association Sisters in Crime. The Speed City chapter was founded in 2005.

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