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October member meeting
Join us for our October member meeting with Tim Low, award-winning non-fiction writer ('Where Song Began' and other titles), speaking on the... 

Workshop: Conveying messages with graphs
Find out how to communicate information graphically in the most effective way. Hurry to register for this

Conference: earlybird rate extended until 27 July
Want to attend the conference but didn't quite make the earlybird registration? If that's you, here's some good news: due to popular demand we have... 

Shortlist for Rosanne Fitzgibbon Award announced
Three very experienced editors have been shortlisted for the inaugural Rosanne Fitzgibbon Editorial Award - a national IPEd award for editorial... 

Conference: early-bird registration closes soon!
The 8th IPEd National Editors Conference is taking place in our very own Brisbane from 13 to15 September... 

From wireless to wifi - Rhianna Patrick
Rhianna Patrick, who has worked with ABC Radio National for the past 15 years and now hosts her own radio programme, will talk about the changes she... 

Billets sought for IPEd conference
Can you offer a billet? If you live in Brisbane or nearby and have a spare room, please consider billeting an attendee to the

Mid-year freelancers lunch
Great for getting out of the office and networking with fellow-editors: the mid-year freelancers lunch of EdsQ.

When? Tuesday 18 July... 

Which conference workshops will you attend?
Choose two from five half-day workshops on Wednesday 13 September, one day before the 2017 IPEd conference begins.

EdsQ member meeting Wed 7 June 2017
Join EdsQ for our next member meeting on 7 June 2017 with award-winning novelist Nick... 

IPEd Prize 2016 winner announced
Congratulations to IPEd Prize winner Robyn Williams for her essay, Defamation laws: A tale of two civil actions, which was written as part of her... 

EdsQ member meeting Wed 1 February 2017
EdsQ member Maggy Saldais has been combining editing and writing for decades. During that time, she has worked for a range of prominent institutional... 

IPEd conference 2017: register now!
Preparations are well underway for the 8th IPEd National Editors Conference in Brisbane, 13-15 September... 

From editor to public artist
Join us for our May member meeting with guest speaker Jennifer Wright. Non-members... 

April member networking dinner
Join us for a member networking dinner on Wednesday 5 April 2017 (also open to non-members).

A networking dinner is the perfect place to find... 

The first Offpress for 2017
Welcome to the first issue of Offpress for 2017: February 2017. Here are some of the highlights to whet your appetite:

Lead story Great... 

Nominations for 'The Rosie' due by 1 March
Nominations for the inaugural Rosanne Fitzgibbon Award for Excellence in Editing ('The... 

EdsQ member meeting Wed 1 March 2017
Come along on Wednesday 1 March as of 6 pm (nibbles, meeting starts 6.30 pm) to hear Tonia Grundy talk about the role of extension videos, their... 

First freelancers lunch for 2017
The freelancers lunch is a great way for editors to network and share experience. Join... 

Sunshine Coast subgroup lunch
Join fellow-editors and other interested individuals on the Sunshine Coast for the next... 

IPEd Notes September-November 2016
A new member portal for IPEd members, new IPEd councillors, a new editing award - these are just some of the news items in

Editors Queensland Picnic by the Pier
Cool down in January at the Editors Queensland picnic at Shorncliffe Pier, Moora Park - members' partners, families and dogs welcome to come... 

Editors Queensland End-of-Year Dinner
Let's celebrate!

Join us for the Editors Queensland End-of-Year Dinner.

When: Friday 25 November, 6.30 pm Where: Siam Pung... 

Last freelancers lunch for the year
We've almost reached the end of yet another year. To celebrate, please join us for the final freelancers lunch for 2016. As our June lunch was such a... 

Editors: what business models work?
Join Editors Queensland - whether you are an IPEd member or not - for an evening of networking and learning from guest speaker, Tamyka Bell. 

Training: ebooks 101 and ebooks 201
Editors Queensland is offering two full-day workshops for editors on the subject of ebooks:

Editors Queensland: positions vacant
Editors Queensland is inviting nominations for the following positions. Volunteering with EdsQ is a good way to network and find out more about the... 

Final SocEd AGM and SGM of Editors Qld
Join us for this historic occasion: the final AGM of the Society of... 

Sunshine Coast sub-group lunch meeting
The next lunch meeting of the Sunshine Coast sub-group of Editors Queensland will be... 

Registration date for training in August extended
HURRY! Registration will be open until Sunday 7 August for two great training workshops on

Networking dinner 3 August - book now!
Let's celebrate together: the successful transition to IPEd direct membership, the accreditation exam, the name change to Editors Queensland ... so... 

Welcome to Editors Queensland - a branch of IPEd
For a long time now we've been informing you about the process of transition to a direct membership model with our national body, the

Branch member meeting Wednesday 6 July 2016
Attention freelance editors: come to the next Editors Queensland branch member meeting and learn some strategies to help you make the most of your... 

Beyond Year of the Novel
For writers finishing the first draft of their novel ready to hand it to an editor, the Queensland Writers Centre (QWC) is holding a two-day... 

IPEd submission to Productivity Commission - IPR & copyright
The Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd) has endorsed a submission by the Canberra Society of Editors (CSE) to the Productivity Commission... 

Freelancers lunch
Why not end this financial year on a high note by sharing a delicious lunch and stimulating conversation with other freelance editors? Plus you'll be... 

IPEd Notes March to May 2016
Read about the latest developments at IPEd in the IPEd Notes March-May 2016

General meeting Wednesday 1 June 2016
Join us with guest speaker Joanna Hartmann, contributing editor to Australian Geographic, to hear how a mere idea becomes transformed into a feature... 

General meeting May 2016
Wednesday 4 May, 6.00 for 6.30pm. Guest speaker: journalist, digital story producer and SocEd member Kerri Harris.  

IPEd accreditation exam 25 June 2016
The accreditation exam preparation workshop was held on 19 March with 18 registrations. All the information you need about accreditation, including... 

General meeting April 2016
Our 'guest' speaker on Wednesday, 6 April, is writer, editor, content producer and SocEd member Susan Prior. 

Your signature is needed!
In May 2015, members of the Australian societies of editors and IPEd met with senior officers of the federal Department of Finance to discuss the... 

Accreditation workshop 2016
If you are planning to sit for this year's IPEd accreditation exam, which will be entirely onscreen, you should attend this workshop. It will be... 

For members: catering help needed
The Society of Editors (Qld) urgently needs someone to organise catering for its monthly... 

General meeting March 2016
Gillian Lloyd, guru of writers groups in Queensland, will speak about promoting writers groups and the editing issues faced by their members.  

Sunshine Coast editors lunch 4 March
Join the Sunshine Coast editors on Friday 4 March for lunch, with a speaker on a highly relevant topic: everyday agreements and contracts for... 

General meeting February 2016
Ellen van Neerven of the State Library of Queensland will be updating us on the library's black&write! Indigenous writing and editing program.  

Society of Editors (Qld) annual picnic
It's that time again. Come join us for a relaxing picnic in the beautiful Roma Street Parklands. When: Sunday 17 January 2016, from 11.00... 

IPEd Notes September to November 2015
Read the IPEd Notes for September to November 2015 to find out what's happening at the... 

Societies of editors vote for IPEd direct membership
The member societies of IPEd have passed the special resolution to support the transition of IPEd to a national direct membership organisation... 

URGENT: RSVP NOW for end-of-year dinner!
The deadline for RSVPs for the Society of Editors (Qld) end-of-year dinner has been extended to this coming Monday, 16 November. Click... 

IPEd Prize 2015 closing soon
The IPEd Prize 2015 is for a high-quality essay written as part of a postgraduate degree in editing, publishing or another discipline with a focus on... 

The Society of Editors (Qld) turns 25!
In 2015 the Society of Editors (Queensland) celebrated its 25th anniversary. Below is an excerpt from a speech delivered by Kerry Davies at the 20th... 

Always wanted to edit fiction?
Hands-on exercises will be part of this two-part workshop on editing fiction with... 

URGENT: Special General Meeting Wed. 4 November
On Wednesday 4 November you can vote in person on the IPEd plans to transition to direct membership.

Membership renewal deadline now 4 November 2015
Time is running out for membership renewals - if you are a member and haven't renewed, don't delay. The IPEd vote opens on 4 October on SurveyMonkey... 

General meeting Wednesday 7 October 2015
Don't miss our final monthly general meeting for 2015, with talented author of young adult fiction, children's fantasy and sci-fi, Isobelle Carmody. 

IPEd Annual Report 2014-2015 now available
IPEd's Annual Report for 2014-2015 provides a succinct overview of the national organisation's activities over the past year. Topics include: - an... 

IPEd Notes - June to August 2015
The IPEd Notes for June to August 2015 contain the latest news from the Institute of... 

Annual General Meeting 26 August
The AGM of the Society of Editors (Qld) on 26 August will feature more than just business. Presenters: Brisbane author Kim Wilkins (aka Kimberley... 

URGENT: Renew your membership by 31 August!
You have only a few days to renew your membership of the Society of Editors (Qld) and retain your member benefits.  

eBooks for editors 101 and 201
Learn the basics about eBooks and build on them in two training workshops with eBook expert Sarah JH Fletcher on 29 August and 31 August 2015. 

Training: Grammar in a nutshell
Saturday 26 September 2015. Firm up your grammar knowledge in this one-day workshop. Click

Freelancers lunch 30 September
The final freelancers lunch for 2015 is booked for the end of September. Note down the following details and come along for an enjoyable occasion... 

IPEd conference 2017 in Brisbane
'Advancing Our Profession' will be the theme of the next IPEd conference from 13 to 15 September 2017 - and it will be in Brisbane! The Brisbane... 

Sunshine Coast sub-group meeting
Join the Sunshine Coast sub-group of the Society of Editors (Qld) for lunch, with guest Nycole Prowse. Click

Book Launch: Under Cover
'Under Cover: Adventures in the Art of Editing' is the title Society of Editors (Qld) member Craig Munro has given to his new book. It will be... 

National Writers Congress - Australian Society of Authors
'Even books may disappear, but the world can't do without storytellers.' Those are the words of award-winning journalist and author David Marr, who... 

Reading Australia launched in July
In July 2015, acclaimed Australian author David Malouf officially launched Copyright Agency's new online resource,

Redact - training weekend Victoria
Head to Victoria in spring for an intensive training weekend run by Editors Victoria. 

Current discussion in IPEd on transition process
See correspondence between IPEd and a society member on issues surrounding the IPEd... 

General meeting 5 August 2015
Join us on Wednesday 5 August 2015 for a panel discussion on the Direct Membership Model proposed for the Institute of Professional Editors Ltd... 

IPEd Transition Working Party responds to Q&A
Find out about the response of the IPEd Transition Working Party to questions arising... 

General meeting 1 July 2015
Join us for our next general meeting on Wednesday 1 July 2015. Our guest speaker will be social-media marketing expert Belinda Pollard of

Green papers: for members
The deadline for feedback on the IPEd Green Papers is now 21 June. Members, please consider responding on one or more of these papers. You will find... 

Style Manual seventh edition
Members are encouraged to contact their elected federal representatives to urge for adequate resources to be devoted to developing the seventh... 

General meeting 3 June 2015
Maggie Nolan, senior lecturer in Australian Studies at the Australian Catholic University and co-editor of the Journal of Australian Studies (JAS),... 

Strategies for working with writers
Based on his experience in dealing with hundreds of writers in different genres and workplaces in three countries, Peter Storer will use case studies... 

Sunshine Coast sub-group meeting 5 June
The next Society of Editors Sunshine Coast sub-group lunch is scheduled for Friday 5 June and will be held on the lake at the Brightwater Hotel. 

Next freelancers lunch 24 June
Escape the confines of your home office and venture out for some enjoyable conversation and a few laughs over lunch with your fellow freelance... 

USQ Bookcase 2015
The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is holding its 2015 book lovers' event,

The power of InDesign for editors
This course is designed to introduce editors to the world of InDesign and show that, despite its power, the program is simple to use and quite... 

General meeting 13 May 2015
At the next general meeting of the Society of Editors (Qld) Inc. on Wednesday 13 May. curriculum writer and English teacher Chris Davis will share... 

1 April general meeting
In April the guest speaker at the monthly general meeting of the Society of Editors (Qld) will be playwright, writer and editor Katherine... 

General meeting 4 March 2015
Belinda Jeffrey, young adult fiction author, will be our guest speaker in March. Her works include One Long Thread; Big River, Little... 

2015 IPEd-ANZSI conference
Write | Edit | Index It's not too late! Registration is still open for the 2015 Australian Conference for Editors, Indexers, and... 

Creators defend copyright at Brisbane conference
In February 2015, Copyright Agency held its fourth Campaign for Copyright in Brisbane. Author John... 

Sunshine Coast sub-group meeting 6 March
On Friday 6 March the Society of Editors (Qld) sub-group on the Sunshine Coast will be gathering again with a guest speaker. The group is inviting... 

Editing Goes Global in Canada, 12-14 June 2015
In what the organisers expect to be an 'unparalleled weekend of international networking, learning and fun', editors from around the globe will hear... 

UK conference discount for members of SocEd (Qld)
The UK's Society for Editors and Proofreaders and Society of Indexers (SfEP) has announced that booking is open for the 1st SfEP/SI joint conference... 

Free copyright seminar
Campaign for Copyright is holding a free seminar in Brisbane addressing the challenges faced in the digital environment, the implications of 'fair... 

Don't dis-able me: editing for inclusion
Learn about "neurodiverse and inclusive editing" from public-health researcher and academic editor Dr Kate van Dooren. This is the first monthly... 

IPEd seeks contributors to Canada conference
IPEd is calling for expressions of interest from society members to represent IPEd at the Editing Goes Global 2015 Conference in Toronto, Canada from... 

IPEd website links for AEs
IPEd offers accredited editors the opportunity to have their names listed on the 'Accredited editors' page of the IPEd website. As an additional... 

It's a picnic!
Beat the summer heat! Come to the Society of Editors (Qld) annual Summer Picnic in the cool hills around Maleny on Saturday 17 January, 2015. The... 

Special limited-time offer for QWC members - extended to 31 October
NEWS FLASH: Engagement and enthusiasm from the participants of the QWC trial editing program is so high that both QWC and the Society of... 

IPEd Prize winner for 2013
The 2013 IPEd Prize winner was announced in mid-2014. Meredith Bramich was announced as the 2013 IPEd Prize winner for her essay, Editing in the... 

IPEd annual report 2013-14
If you would like a summary of developments at the national level in 2013-14, as well as information about each state society of editors, this is the... 

IPEd calls on members to complete survey
The Institute of Professional Editors Limited (IPEd) is urgently requesting members to complete their national survey of editors for 2014. This... 

Accreditation matters
Congratulations to seven Queensland editors who passed the 2014 Accreditation Exam: Vivien Love, Louise Stevanovic, Clare Nolan, Lian Flick, Stacey... 

End-of-Year Dinner

Friday 28 November

Calling all members of the Society of Editors (Queensland) to attend our final fling for 2014: our End-of-Year... 

Freelance editing: the business end
Freelance editors need business skills. Accomplished editor Kerry Davies AE leads this workshop, which will take participants through the practical... 

Online marketing workshop - 11 October
These days, the content of a website is of vital importance. Join us on the 11 October for our Online Marketing Workshop. This workshop will help... 

General Meeting - 1 October
Save the date for our next meeting on Wednesday 1 October! We are delighted to announce that our guest speaker will be Jill Morris DE.  

Annual General Meeting - Wed 27 Aug
The guest speaker for the 2014 AGM is scriptwriter, editor, movie producer and novelist Tony Cavanaugh. It's a night not to be missed! The meeting... 

September Sunshine Coast sub-group lunch
Delicious food, stunning views and informative conversation abound at the Sunny Coast sub-group September lunch. Special guest Terese Finegan from... 

2014 Queensland Small Business Week
2014 Queensland Small Business Week is on the 1-6 September. For more information about the week and what is happening, visit

Mentors' and prospective mentors' workshop
Thursday 28 August 2014, 2pm-4pm The workshop will discuss different aspects of mentoring across a range of topics, to help you develop an... 

IPEd update - WP4
Rosemary Noble provides a progress report to council and society presidents on the activities of WP4. 

Next Meeting: Wednesday 6 August
Susan Johnson will present "Fact and fiction: a writer's multiply edited life", which, based on her experiences as a novelist, as a non-fiction... 

Next Meeting: Wednesday 9 July
The July meeting will present an open forum on the transition of the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd) towards direct membership. Over the... 

Working wonders with Word & PDF workshop - 2 August
Earlybird registrations for the next Society of Editors professional development workshop close soon.  

Sunshine Coast sub-group's first gathering
Come one, come all to the Sunshine Coast sub-group's very first gathering! The Society of Editors (Qld) Sunshine Coast sub-group are getting... 

IPEd Company Secretary
Applications are invited from Society of Editors members for the position of IPEd Company Secretary. IPEd needs a skilled administrator who is... 

Freelancers lunch
Please come and join us for our first Freelancers lunch of the year. When: Thursday 29 May, from 12.30pm Where: The Criterion Tavern, 239 George... 

Dinner meeting for 7 May
Feel like celebrating after the accreditation exam? Just want to unwind and catch up with your colleagues after the Easter break? Instead of our... 

Project management for editors
The Society's next professional development session is a Project Management workshop presented by Peter Storer. Project Management will bring you... 

Fees for 2014-15
The Management Committee has announced the new fees for 2014-15. For new members, these take effect from 1 April 2014. Renewals for 2014-15 will be... 

April Meeting: Current Projects and Book Futures
Our guest speaker for April is Meg Vann, CEO of the Queensland Writers Centre. On her website, ... 

IPEd accreditation exam
Registration for the 3 May IPEd accrediation exam close on 7 April. Be quick! For more information visit the IPEd... 

IPEd review announcement
IPEd Council is pleased to announce the next phase of the review of the organisation's structure and transition to a direct membership model, as... 

Society of Editors launches a regional sub-group
The Society of Editors (Qld) is launching its first regional sub-group, for members who live and/or work on the Sunshine Coast or surrounding areas. 

Gold Coast Writers Festival expressions of interest
Calling for expressions of interest to deliver talks, panels and workshops for adults at the Gold Coast Writers Festival, 13-15 June 2014. For... 

Opportunity for writers
Last year, some Society members volunteered their services to edit stories in a rural women's writing competition called Looking Forward, Looking... 

March meeting: Communication, mentoring and diplomacy
On her website, Sue's Place, Sue introduces herself as 'the deadfish lady', a geoscience consultant with '500 million years of Dead Fish Knowledge... 

Ebooks 101 training for editors on 7 March
Sarah JH Fletcher will be leading a one day workshop on the fundamentals of ebooks at Ruth Fairfax House, 89 Gregory Terrace, Spring Hill. Full... 

IPEd vote results
Nationally, the members of the seven societies of editors that comprise the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd), have voted for direct... 

January Picnic
As the Society farewelled 2013 with our grand end-of-year social, so we will welcome 2014 with a relaxed pastoral picnic. When: From 11.30... 

Accreditation: Renewal of accreditation deadline; 2014 exam announced
2014 exam announced The fifth IPEd accreditation exam will be held on Saturday 3 May 2014. Like the previous four exams, this will be a pen... 

Have you voted on the future of your society and IPEd yet?
The vote that will be crucial in determining the future structure and functions of IPEd and your society is in progress. Voting closes on 30... 

Morish and Musical – who's coming to the end of year party?
If you are coming to our end-of-year party on Wednesday, November 27, make sure that you RSVP as soon as you can to Michael Lefcourt at... 

Michael Jacobson writers' workshop – The Principles of Editing
The not-for-profit group, Gold Coast Writers' Workshops, is pleased to announce the third in its series of workshops for writers by... 

The IPEd business case: An open forum
Recently, on behalf of IPEd, we forwarded to all members the discussion paper to consider the future business structure of our national organisation,... 

October meeting: Anne-Maree Britton talks editorial criticism, strategic dating and commercial flair
Our guest speaker for the October General Meeting is Anne-Maree Britton, former director of the ACT Writers Centre, literary festival director and... 

Accreditation exam workshop
The next accreditation exam will take place on Saturday 3 May 2014. This workshop will help you decide if you're ready to take the exam, and to give... 

AGM: Professor Roly Sussex to lead Prestige English discussion, en table ronde
The guest speaker for the 2013 AGM is Honorary Member, IPEd patron and language scholar, Professor Roland (Roly) Sussex. At the AGM, following the... 

Update: Education expenses cap deferred
On Friday August 2, the Rudd government put on ice Wayne Swan's proposal to put a taxable cap of $2,000 on self-education expenses until July 2015. 

Education expenses cap: Management Committee's response
In April this year the federal government announced a proposal to cap tax deductions for work-related education expenses at $2000. After some... 

Structural fiction editing
Structural fiction editing—a two-part workshop presented by nationally acclaimed editor and publisher Leonie... 

Australian Standards for Editing Practice
Australian Standards for Editing Practice is available for download from the IPEd website. Printed copies are being mailed to all Queensland... 

Redact 2013: Weekend intensive in Victoria
We are always looking for professional development that gives us the edge over our competitors. Take advantage of this unique Editors Victoria... 

Next meeting: Wednesday 6 June
Our guest speaker for June is the multi-talented Brisbane writer and editor, Charlotte Nash-Stewart. Charlotte holds degrees in engineering and... 

Next meeting: Wednesday 8 May
Our guest speaker for May is plain-language expert, Caroline McKinnon, who will be discussing: "Taking plain language to the next level: marrying... 

Next meeting: Wednesday 3 April
Our guest speaker for April is locally based publishing consultant Alex Adsett of Alex Adsett Publishing Services. At our meeting, Alex will... 

ANZSI (Qld) General Meeting: 26 February
Come along to the first ANZSI (Qld) general meeting of 2013 and hear our guest indexer, Mei Yen Chua, discuss in-house indexing training via Glenda... 

Freelancers lunch: 14 March
Attention all freelance members! It's time to take a break from your own company, get out of your PJs and mix with other editors face to face... 

Next meeting: 6 March
Come along to the March General Meeting on 6 March and participate in an open members' forum on the future for IPEd. 

Australian Standards for Editing Practice, 2nd edition: launch
The revised edition of the Australian Standards for Editing Practice is to be launched at the 2013 IPEd national editors conference by inaugural... 

Conference update: IPEd plenary
The IPEd Council decided at the 2012 AGM that it was timely to review IPEd and its various functions. A working party was formed to get this process... 

Conference update: support for Qld members
The Society of Editors (Queensland) Committee held a draw to give financial support to two members attending the 6th IPEd National Editors Conference... 

Next meeting: Tuesday 5 February 2013
We're starting our Society of Editors year with a Big Name Speaker for our first general meeting: Chris Warren, the Federal Secretary at the Media,... 

Editors picnic: 20 January 2013
The Society invites you to join us for a 'dejeuner sur l'herbe' picnic and barbecue by the river to launch the new year. 

End-of-year party Wednesday 21 November
It's all happening at our end-of-year dinner at Riverbend Books & Teahouse. Come and enjoy a scintillating evening of fine food, plus music, songs,... 

Renew, renew, renew
Membership renewals have an official cut-off date of 31 August. That date has long passed and still some members have not renewed their membership. 

Freelancers, time for one more lunch!
Join us for the final freelancers lunch of 2012 on Thursday 25 October at 12pm at: The Regatta Hotel's Street Cafe, 543 Coronation Drive,... 

Accreditation exam update
The Brisbane venue for the2012 accreditation exam on 13 October is QCWA Ruth Fairfax House, 89-95 Gregory Terrace, Spring Hill. Candidates will be... 

October meeting with 3 top-gun Eds
Come along and you'll be fascinated, hearing about the careers of three top-gun editors: Sue Ogilvie, Maggy Saldais and Clare Hoey. Don't forget... 

Renew Your Membership
If you have not renewed yet, please do so as soon as possible. If you don't renew, the next edition of Offpress might well be your last! Under our... 

Vale Rosie Fitzgibbon
Editor Rosanne Fitzgibbon was widely respected for her work over four decades in fiction and non-fiction publishing. For sixteen years from 1989... 

Annual General Meeting, 29 August 2012
It's that time of year again! The AGM of the Society of Editors (Qld) Inc. promises to be a great social evening as well as a time to get down to... 

Australian standards for editing practice
Work on the revised edition of Australian standards for editing practice has now concluded, following the workshops held from December 2011 to... 

1 August meeting with Marsali Mackinnon
Can tabloid journalism really teach us anything about editing well? That's the question Marsali Mackinnon asks - and attempts to answer with some... 

Freelancers Lunch (update: new date)
Attention all freelance members! It's time to take a break from your own company, get out of your PJs and mix with other editors face to face... 

Next Generation Networks
The Friends of Griffith University Library invite you to attend a lecture by Dr Lev Gonick on the transformational impact of next generation networks... 

4 July Meeting - Kristina Schulz and Alexandra Payne from UQP 4 Jul 2012
Kristina Schulz and Alexandra Payne from the University of Qld Press will present an informal talk and Q&A session on what it's like to be an... 

Finch Memoir Prize 2013
The Finch Memoir Prize is for an unpublished nonfiction manuscript in the form of a memoir. The winning author will receive prize money of $10,000...