2021 QUIP Annual Conference

Publishing Quaker Truths in an Upside-Down World

QUIP Annual Conference in association with Woodbrooke, Birmingham, UK, by Zoom, 9-11 April 2021

Three Zoom sessions over three days will open at 4pm BST [3 pm GMT] and continue until 10 pm BST. During each session there will be a speaker session, a workshop and a QUIP business session: time will be available for social interactions in breakout rooms and for presenting current publications and projects in ‘show and tell’ sessions. Click here for the full schedule.

Our speakers are:

  • Brent Bill: ‘Telling Truth Slant in a Tilted World’ – author of Beauty, Truth, Life and Love: Four Essentials for the Abundant Life
  • Joe Jones: ‘The lie of the land: Can Friends still handle the truth?’ – editor of The Friend
  • Sally Nicholls: ‘A Quaker perspective on Writing for Young People’ – author of Ways to live forever and Close your pretty eyes
  • Workshops include

  • A video workshop with Sarah Katreen Hoggatt and Gabe Ehri
  • Panel discussion on ‘How to get spiritual books published’
  • ‘Writing workshop: the place of silence in a poem’ with Philip Gross
  • Conference fee: £50 [$70]

    Booking required on the Woodbrooke website at https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/product/QUIPconference/

    The Annual Conference is a chance for Quaker authors and publishers to showcase their recent publications. We encourage members to post information about their books to the QUIP website by emailing Eric Muhr at ericmuhr@gmail.com and on the QUIP Facebook page.

    Are you a “publisher of Truth”? 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.

    Sharing Our Faith With the World

    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.