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Sisters in Crime – Domestic Noir: Why the family is a cauldron for crime

Date: Fri February 9 2018 8:00 pm to Sat February 10 2018 7:59 pm

Murders, infidelity, custody disputes, abductions and incarcerations can bring domestic living to boiling point, making the home an unsafe place to be – especially for women and children. Together, host Vikki Petraitis and authors Anne Buist, Megan Norris and Emily Webb will compare and contrast the approaches taken by novelists and true crime authors to physical and psychological forms of domestic violence.

Venue: The Rising Sun Hotel (upstairs – no lift) cnr Raglan Street and Eastern Road, South Melbourne
Melways map 57 H2; free on-street parking after 6 pm; trams 1, 12 or 55 or St Kilda Road trams

Tickets: $15/$10 Sisters in Crime and Writers Victoria members/concession
Tickets not sold prior to the event will be available at the door for $17/$12
Dinner upstairs from 6.30 pm (bookings not necessary); men or ‘brothers-in-law’ welcome

Bookings: Eventbrite
Please note that ticket purchases to this event will incur an Eventbrite processing fee at checkout

Sun Bookshop stall: members receive a 10% discount

Additional information: Carmel Shute 0412 569 356; admin@sistersincrime.org.au

 

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