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Subject:Did you ever dream...? From:JonPrice -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Sun, 4 Sep 1994 22:04:17 EDT
Tracey May (traceym -at- penril -dot- com) wrote:
: I'm curious: How many tech writers set out in the beginning of their
: careers to be tech writers?
I started as a Latin major, then went to drama school. I only discovered
tech writing when I moved to California. By then I had been a journalist,
poet, artist, and teacher. I liked the idea of writing for a living-and
being able to join the middle class.