Keven McQueen teaches composition and world literature in the department of English and theatre at Eastern Kentucky University. He has written more than ten books in such genres as true crime and mystery, with a focus on Kentucky or Indiana history.
McQueen has spoken about historical crime and similar topics before the Kentucky Historical Society and has also made appearances at the annual Kentucky Book Fair and the Southern Kentucky Book Fest. In addition to serving as a tour guide at White Hall, the mansion of emancipationist Cassius Clay, McQueen was once an archivist at the Berea College library and a watchman at a funeral home.
After receiving his BA from Berea College, he earned an MA in English from Eastern Kentucky University and is listed in Who’s Who in America. A member of the Madison County Historical Society, he lives in Berea, Kentucky.
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