Glenthorne Guest House and Conference Centre, Grasmere, UK
2018 QUIP Annual Conference
Writing at the Edge: A look at the edges we encounter as writers and publishers
April 26-29 at Glenthorne, Grasmere, UK
Are you a “publisher of Truth”? Do you use the word to promote the Quaker message? Are you a writer, a publisher, an editor, a translator, or a bookseller? Do you blog, produce videos, write songs, create websites, or manage social media for Friends?
At QUIP we’re all united in sharing the Quaker message with the world. Join us for worship, fellowship, education, and mutual support.
Please register by 1 March 2018 to assure we can accommodate the needs of all those who attend. All fees are due at the time of registration. A 10 percent discount is available if you register and pay all fees by 15 January 2018. (If registering online is not possible, contact QUIP for a paper form at email@example.com)
Conference Fee is £320 / $418 / €361
Register early (before 15 January 2018) for the Early Bird rate: £300 / $392 / €338
Additional for single occupancy: +£35 / +$46 / +€40
We can only accept checks in USD or UKP. Checks in USD should be sent to our U.S. treasurer, Gabe; checks in UKP should be sent to our U.K. treasurer, Chris. We also accept payment in USD via our Paypal donation button at the bottom of the Join QUIP page.
There is financial assistance available provided on an as-needed basis. Please contact the clerks for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Glenthorne was for many years the cherished holiday home of Linton Taylor – a Yorkshire carpet manufacturer and prominent Quaker. In 1961 the house and its grounds were bequeathed to the Society of Friends (Quakers) to be held in trust and used as a place for Quakers and others to come for purposes of religious worship, for rest, for convalescence after illness and for other activities of a charitable nature. Click here to find out more about Glenthorne.
The Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region in Northwest England. Famous for its lakes, forests and mountains (or fells) and its associations with the early 19th century writings of William Wordsworth and the other Lake Poets, Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017.
Quakers Uniting in Publications, begun informally in 1983 by a small group of Quaker publishers and booksellers, is now an international network of over 50 Friends organizations and individuals concerned with the ministry of the written word.