Full program for IPEd National Editors Conference announced
The full program has been announced for the Institute of Professional Editors’ (IPEd) National Editors Conference, which runs from 13-15 September at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Running under the theme ‘Advancing our Profession’, the conference comprises three streams: building alliances, professional development and technology.
Sessions include how technology is changing the business of editing; contracts between authors and editors; thesis editing; an emerging leaders forum; and a presentation by Sandra Phillips on editing literature with Indigenous cultural content.
As previously reported by Books+Publishing, the keynote speakers are professor of applied language studies and IPEd patron Roly Sussex, writer and editor Sophie Cunningham, and cartoonist Sean Leahy.
Early bird tickets are now available. For more information, click here.