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Monash University Press sponsors our conference

We are thrilled to announce that Monash University Publishing is a bronze sponsor of the 11th IPEd Editors Conference. Established in 2010, Monash University Publishing publishes books of the highest standard across the humanities and social sciences, with special interest in books that specialise in Asian studies, politics, education, communications, Australian history, Indigenous issues, culture and society. Thank you for supporting the conference and the work of IPEd. Your contribution allows us to advance the profession.


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If you know of any businesses that may be interested in sponsoring our conference, please feel free to email us or ask them to check out the sponsorship page on our conference website.


Earlybird rates for conference tickets now available

Conference tickets at our earlybird rate are available until 10 April 2023. If you’ve missed the super earlybird registration cut-off, you can still purchase tickets at a special rate. Our earlybird tickets for IPEd members and affiliates is A$200 (standard is A$230) and professional development workshop program the day before the official conference launch is A$150 (standard is A$165). Please note, the workshop numbers are limited to 30 and the workshops will not be recorded.

Here is a list of some great sessions on our program:

  • “Panel of international counterpart organisations” to be chaired by IPEd Chair Ruth Davies and featuring Editors Canada representative Iva Cheung, Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading Professional Standards Director Janet MacMillan and Professional Editors’ Guild Chair Alexis Grewan
  • “Publishers panel” to be chaired by IPEd CEO Karen Lee and featuring the Publishers Association of New Zealand represented by Claire Murdoch, who is the Head of Publishing at Penguin Random House New Zealand, Small Press Network General Manager Tim Coronel, Melbourne and Australian Publishing Association Policy & Government Relations Manager Stuart Glover
  • “Editing all over: perspective of editing practices in New Zealand’s public and private sectors” from editors Thomas McGrath, Colleen Trolove, Megan Bennett
  • “From perfectionist to alchemist: celebrating the lives of plain English editors”, from Justine Dixon Cooper, editor
  • “Editing in the digital age – a near-death experience” from Nigel Brew, editor
  • “Futureproofing the next generation of editors: How mentoring benefits all of us” from Dr Elizabeth Beach AE, Chair, IPEd Mentoring Committee.


Conference networking opportunities

If you’ve already registered for the conference, please don’t forget to complete the two-question survey that we’ve emailed you as that will help get our special interest groups buzzing!

Visit the conference website to see the program and the speakers and to book your ticket.