8.0327 CFP: TEXT Technology (1/46)

Mon, 28 Nov 1994 00:48:06 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 8, No. 0327. Monday, 28 Nov 1994.

Date: Sun, 20 Nov 1994 05:36:11 -0600 (CST)
From: Eric Johnson <johnsone@dsuvax.dsu.edu>
Subject: Call for Articles

TEXT Technology
The Journal of Computer Text Processing

With volume 5 (1995), _TEXT Technology_ will continue to
publish articles and reviews about all facets of using computers
for the creation, processing, communication, and analysis of
texts. It is designed for academic and corporate researchers,
writers, editors, and teachers. Each of the quarterly issues of
the printed journal has about eighty 7-by-9-inch pages and
perfect binding.

Submissions of articles and reviews are welcome. MLA style
should be followed. Writers of book or software reviews are
encouraged to contact the Editor before submitting reviews.
Manuscripts (in the form of ASCII files) and inquiries should be
sent by email to the Editor at


Writers will normally receive notices about acceptance and
referees' comments promptly via email. There are no page

Recent issues of the quarterly journal have contained
articles about text analysis, examination of the novels of Jane
Austen, collation of variant texts, programming in Icon and
SPITBOL-386, teaching writing using computers, as well as a
directory of electronic text centers. Reviews have been
published of bibliography and translation software, of Framemaker
and of five new word processors including WordPerfect for DOS,
for Windows, and for the Macintosh.

Plans for future issues of _TEXT Technology_ include
articles on text encoding (SGML and the TEI) and reviews of
writing software and of Microsoft Word for Windows and for the

To receive subscription details and information about the
price of the printed journal, send an email message to