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August 2021 EdsQ

President invites all to the great Oxford comma debate by Christine Atkinson Hi all Should the Oxford, Harvard or serial comma be adopted, used and applied in Australia? If you just shouted an answer, the Great debate between EdsQ (affirmative) and EdWA (negative) is...

July 2021 Editors QLD

President’s report  by Christine Atkinson Our events team, the powerhouse trio of Ian Mathieson, Lee Ellwood and Kayt Duncan, has become a duo. Lee has chosen a life of adventure, for the next few months at least, and has resigned her post on the committee. I thank...

June 2021 Editors QLD

President’s report   by Christine Atkinson It’s suddenly quite chilly in south-east Queensland, which is a good reminder that our winter Annual Branch Meeting (ABM) is only a few-and-a-bit weeks away. (Awkward segue?) EdsQ, and all branches in Australia and New...

May 2021 Editors QLD

President’s message Hi all The old adage of ‘if you want to make God laugh, make a plan’ came true for me this month. Days before I was due to get onto a plane, Brisbane went into a COVID lockdown. It’s a reminder of how unpredictable life is at the moment. One thing...

April 2021 Editors QLD

President’s message The EdsQ Events and Training Team is hard at work in the events mine planning the rest of our events for the year. April’s guest speaker is editor Craig Munro, who was the first Literary Editor at UQP and later Managing Editor. Craig holds a...

March 2021 Editors QLD

Committee report Hi all I don’t know about you but I’m currently wondering how we’re already two months into 2021. Remember when 2020 seemed like it was going to be a future of hoverboards and flying cars? And instead it gave us a plague. Ripped off! But here we are...