An exciting conference requires great presentations.
We welcome interpretations of how the concepts of writing, editing and the edge interact. Where does the edge of your editing practice lie? Is it governed by the genres in which you work, the place where you work, the society in which you live? Have you reached an edge that needs to be breached and rebuilt? Do you find a different interpretation of what an edge is, or what your edge is, depending on where or how you live and work?
On 28 June, our program has space for half-day workshops. On 29 and 30 June our program allows for concurrent 40-minute sessions, each made up of a 30-minute presentation, which could be a single paper or a panel discussion, followed by 10 minutes of questions from the audience.
Workshop presenters will receive a modest fee; other presenters will be entitled to a reduced conference registration. Conference proceedings will be published shortly after the end of the conference.