Richard Hamilton's XML Press Imprint
Length: 9 min.
In this podcast, I talk with Richard Hamilton about his new publishing imprint, XML Press. Richard started XML Press to serve the needs of technical communicators, publishing books on topics that may not get traction from large publishing houses due to the limited audience, but which perfectly fit a smaller, niche technical communication audience. Focusing on practical topics that technical communicators can use to improve their jobs, XML Press already has one book available and two forthcoming:
- Managing Writers: A Real World Guide to Managing Technical Documentation, by Richard Hamilton
- Wiki: Grow Your Own for Fun and Profit, by Alan J. Porter (coming soon)
- Conversation and Community: The Social Web for Documentation, by Ann Gentle (coming soon)
Richard is looking for topics related to technical communication and XML. If you're looking to write a book on technical communication, be sure to check out XML Press. Richard also has a blog called Managing Writers.
About Tom Johnson
I'm a technical writer based in the San Francisco Bay area. In this blog, I write about topics related to technical writing and communication — such as software documentation, API documentation, visual communication, information architecture, writing techniques, plain language, tech comm careers, and more. Check out simplifying complexity and API documentation for some deep dives into these topics. If you're a technical writer and want to keep on top of the latest trends in the field, be sure to subscribe to email updates. You can also learn more about me or contact me.