Dictum was founded in 2018 by Julia Cameron, who is now its Senior Editor. Its aim is to provide a few core titles  for churches, agencies, and conference bookstalls, all at significant discounts. Dictum books are the successors to the Didasko Files. As with the Didasko Files, profits are recycled into the costs of Christian publishing, for the West and the Global South.

If you wish to request a review copy of any book, or to ask for a sliding scale of costs; or if you have questions, please use the contact form.

Dictum works in close partnership with EFAC Global, to extend the reach of its books in the West and in the Global South. The Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion (EFAC) was founded by John Stott in 1961. 

Do you need a special edition with your logo? Dictum has flexibility to produce short print-runs, so we are able to provide special editions of any title with the logo of your church or mission, for an event or anniversary. See FAQs (9) for more.


Julia Cameron gained her MA from Aberdeen University. She has led communications and publishing endeavours for IFES, OMF International, and the Third Lausanne Congress, and was the first Director of Publishing for the Lausanne Movement. 

She is an editor and writer, and a contributor to the Oxford DNB. Julia is active as a Fellow of the RSA; a member of St Ebbe's Church, Oxford; and an occasional Oxford tour guide.