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Subject:Tech Comm Books From:Harold Snyder <ENSNYDER -at- ECUVM1 -dot- BITNET> Date:Mon, 22 May 1995 10:38:21 EDT
Thanks for updating your list.
When you get around to updating this list again, consider adding this info
to your present list:
Under TECHNICAL WRITING BOOKS AND REFERENCE SOURCES
Charles Sides' book _How to Write and Present Technical Info_ has a 2nd ed.,
1991, and its ISBN is 0-89774-627-9.
Brooks and Pinson's _Working with Words_ has a spiral bound 2nd ed., 1993,
Also, consider adding these to your list:
Under BOOK DESIGN/TYPOGRAPHY
The Desktop Style Guide by James Felici (New York: Bantam, 1991). $11.95
paperback. ISBN: 0-553-35445-0. (I know is says style, but it's still a
good general reference book on typography).
Technical Editing by Carolyn D. Rude (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1991).
+ Hal Snyder, Professor of English | Technical Editing; Business, +
+ Dept. of English (GCB 2115) | Scientific, and Technical Writing +
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