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Subject:Re: indexing From:Gregory Keith <GKeith -at- DELRINA -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 2 Jan 1996 15:25:00 PST
Candace Bamber wrote:
>1. Is there anybody out there in the Toronto/Mississauga/Hamilton/Milton
>area who is a specialist at indexing who would be interested in coming to
>our office and putting on an indexing workshop//training session for our
>staff of five for anywhere between an hour and a half-day?
I don't know. However, here are some good book titles and an indexing Web
The Art of Indexing, by Larry S. Bonura (NY: John Wiley & Sons, 1994). 233
pages, hardcover. ISBN 0-471-01449-4.
Indexing Books, by Nancy Mulvany. (University of Chicago Press, 19??).
Indexes: A Chapter from The Chicago Manual of Style (14th Ed.), by The
Chicago Editorial Staff. (Chicago University Press, June 1993). ISBN
0-226-10388-9, $6 US.
Indexing from A to Z, by Hans Wellisch. (H.W. Wilson, 1991). ISBN
0-8242-0807-2 , $35 US.
(For more information on indexing, mail the American Society of Indexers at
P.O. Box 386, Port Aransas, TX 78373 (512) 749-4052 for their Publications