Writers’ Center of Indiana Hosts a Free Lecture by Mystery Writer S.J. Rozan

The Writers’ Center of Indiana presents the Clowes Craft Lecture Series, featuring S.J. Rozan this Wednesday, October 14. This Indianapolis event is being hosted in the Clowes Auditorium of the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library in Indianapolis downtown. The lecture, titled “Every Story is a Mystery,” starts at 7:00 pm and is free and open to all Indianapolis people.

Join the Writers’ Center of Indiana as they celebrate free expression through the written word. Toastmistress for the 40th annual World Mystery Convention in Indianapolis known as Bouchercon, S.J. Rozan, is the author of several novels. Her work includes the Lydia Chin and Bill Smith mystery series and Winter and Night, which won the Edgar, Nero and Macavity Awards for Best Novel, and others. Her short stories have appeared multiple times in Houghton Mifflin’s Annual Best American Mystery Stories and other “best of the year” volumes.

In addition, S. J. Rozan is the editor of the short story anthology, Bronx Noir. S.J. Rozan comes to Indianapolis from lower Manhattan
where she lives and works. Her history as a former architect with a focus on police stations, firehouses and zoos, informs her written work to this day.

The Writers’ Center of Indiana produces the Clowes Craft Lecture Series with the support of the Allen Whithill Clowes Charitable Foundation. This Indianapolis art event is co-sponsored by the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library in Indianapolis downtown. For more information on this an other upcoming events hosted by the Writers Center of Indiana, visit their website.

Do not miss this exciting lecture about how to craft the perfect mystery story. Just in time for the Halloween season, you can brush up on your ghost story telling abilities. Impress all your Circle City friends, and give them a fright while you are at it.

While you are in Indianapolis downtown for this lecture, consider grabbing some grub at that many Indianapolis restaurants conveniently located nearby. You could even hop over to the Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, and garner some inspiration for your next tale while you taste some ale from an Indianapolis bar. Experience Indy!