If you would like to meet Joyce and Conrad and share your love of history or simply learn more about the story behind the world's oldest printed book, please join one of our events for Journeys on the Silk Road.
July 12-14, 2013 Whitsunday Writers Festival
Joyce Morgan and Conrad Walters are among the authors speaking at the annual literary event in beautiful Airlie Beach, Queensland.
See festival website
Rubin Museum of Art, New York City
Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 7-9p.m.
Co-author Joyce Morgan will talk with the Rubin Museum's Tim McHenry about the Buddha's secret library, the hidden grotto at the Cave of the Thousand Buddhas where the world's oldest printed book was discovered in 1900.
Further info: Rubin Museum of Art
June 22, 2012 National Museum of Australia (Canberra)
Joyce Morgan and Dr Ken Parry of Macquarie University discussed travels along the ancient Silk Road from the days of Genghis Khan to now.
Podcast and transcript
November 29, 2011 University of New South Wales
Joyce Morgan delivered the opening address at a seminar about the Silk Road, held at the University of New South Wales.
November 18, 2011 Vajrayana Institute
Joyce Morgan discussed the significance of world’s oldest printed book and its influences on Buddhism.
August 4, 2011 Art Gallery of New South Wales
Joyce Morgan discussed the world's oldest printed book, from its discovery in the Gobi Desert and its spiritual impact along the Silk Road to its influence in present-day Buddhism.
July 25, 2011 Public Library of Bundeena
Joyce Morgan spoke about Journeys on the Silk Road at the inaugural event for Bundeena Library's public literary program.
July 14, 2011 Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Journeys on the Silk Road was launched in Sydney, Australia, by Edmund Capon, Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.