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Enter the Dark Web: Ashley Kalagian Blunt in conversation

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Sydney Mechanics School of Arts
Sydney Mechanics School of Arts
280 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Henry Carmichael Theatre, Level 1
When

Tuesday 30 May 2023 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Multi-talented writer Ashley Kalagian Blunt joins us in conversation with Catherine du Peloux Menagé from BAD Sydney to talk about her new psychological thriller, Dark Mode.

You may have heard of the dark web, but what is it exactly, and is it dangerous?

Ashley is the author of three books, including the new psychological thriller, Dark Mode. She became intrigued by the dark web after her driver’s licence details ended up posted there for purchase.

In this conversational event, Ashley will share her research into the dark web alongside tips on how we can all be safer online. She’ll also talk about true crime obsessions and her research into the dark side of plants, including voodoo lilies, corpse flowers and rat-eating pitcher plants.

There will be an author signing after the talk for those interested, and EFTPOS will be available for book sales via credit card. Dark Mode will also be available for SMSA Members to borrow from the SMSA Library.

Free but registration is essential – register now

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