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*  Alternative comics
Starting in 1977, he primarily wrote, drew and published Cerebus the Aardvark, on his own under the "Aardvark-Vanaheim Inc." ...
*  The Princess Diaries
Mia develops an interest for writing during the series. During Forever Princess, Mia writes and publishes her own novel called ... When she and Michael kiss on a coach ride, however, she writes, "I can't do this to J.P. I just can't. Oh my God, though, I ... The Princess Diaries is a series of epistolary young adult novels written by Meg Cabot, and is also the title of the first ... In the tenth book (Forever Princess) Mia is writing a novel for her senior project, though she keeps it a secret from everyone ...
*  The Lancet
Mark Pepys wrote: "The failure of the Menduca et al authors to disclose their extraordinary conflicts of interest… are the most ...
*  Jonathan Tweet
Tweet wrote Festival of the Damned (1991), an adventure published by Atlas Games for Ars Magica. Tweet continued to run a game ... Lisa Stevens suggested that Tweet revise the Talislanta rules for Wizards of the Coast and write its first new adventure; this ... Tweet wrote the adventure Apocalypse (1993) for Mayfair Games' Role Aids line. Nephew and Tweet also designed On the Edge (1994 ... and then each designer wrote one of the books based on those contributions. Tweet oversaw the team designing the Chainmail ...
*  Egyptian medical papyri
Written in the hieratic script of the ancient Egyptian language, it is thought to be based on material from a thousand years ... Egyptian medical papyri are ancient Egyptian texts written on papyrus which permit a glimpse at medical procedures and ...
*  Anarky in Gotham City
The arc was written by Alan Grant and illustrated by Norm Breyfogle, with editorial oversight by Dennis O'Neil. Coloring by ... Comic book industry critic Greg Burgas appreciated the contrasting attitudes presented in this debut, writing "Lonnie is a ... Grant was interested in how the philosophy would interact with the world of superheroics he wrote monthly. In the years to ...
*  Edwin Smith Papyrus
It is written right-to-left in hieratic, the Egyptian cursive form of hieroglyphs, in black ink with explanatory glosses in red ... Authorship of the Edwin Smith Papyrus is debated.[by whom?] The majority of the papyrus was written by one scribe, with only ... There its importance was recognized by Caroline Ransom Williams, who wrote to James Henry Breasted in 1920 about "the medical ... Edwin Smith, an American Egyptologist, was born in Connecticut in 1822 - the same year Egyptian hieroglyphic writing was ...
*  Photograph conservator
The AAM, or American Alliance of Museums, defines an emergency response plan as "a series of written policies and procedures ... Documentation is important for the following reasons Conservation documentation is a written and visual report of the work that ... The National Park Service recommends that all conservation treatment should be documented in writing. They should also include ... including documenting the structure and condition of art works through written and photographic records, monitoring conditions ...
*  Reading Writing
... at the French publisher's website (in French) Reading Writing at the American publisher's website. ... Reading Writing (French: En lisant en écrivant) is a 1980 book by the French writer Julien Gracq. It consists on notes and ... Not only does Gracq refuse to consider writing and reading isolated from each other, but he also does not isolate them from ... Thomas McGonigle reviewed the book in Los Angeles Times in 2006 and wrote about Gracq: "He is singular in his literary ...
*  Aztec writing
The Aztec writing system is adopted from writing systems used in Central Mexico, such as Zapotec writing. Mixtec writing is ... Aztec or Nahuatl writing is a pictographic and ideographic pre-Columbian writing system with a significant number[clarification ... Mesoamerica Writing Systems. pp. 1-46. Thouvenot, Marc (2002). "Nahuatl Script". In Anne-Marie Christin. A History of Writing: ... Logosyllabic writing appears on both painted and carved artifacts, such as the Tizoc Stone. However, instances of phonetic ...
*  Writing implement
A writing implement or writing instrument is an object used to produce writing. Most of these items can be also used for other ... Similarly, although very young children may use colorful wax crayons to write words into their pictures, writing is not ... Another writing implement employed by a smaller population, is the stylus used by blind users in conjunction with the slate for ... The original form of "lead pencil" was the leaden stylus used by the ancient Romans, who also used it to write on wood or ...
*  Hmong writing
... refers to the various writing systems that have been used for transcribing various Hmongic languages, spoken by ... This was a Romanized style of writing Hmongic languages in Vietnam. It bears resemblance to the Quốc ngữ writing used for ... Allegedly, these writings had been revealed by the Hmong deity La Bi Mi Nu, and the information in these manuscripts was then ... He received a mandate to lead the Hmong people to change their way of life and develop a new writing system, and it is said ...
*  Fiction writing
... is the composition of non-factual prose texts. Fictional writing often is produced as a story meant to ... part self-help writing memoir, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, he gives readers helpful advice on honing their craft: " ... Top Notch Writing Advice From Famous Masters Hugo and Nebula Award Winning Author Ursula K. Le Guin's writing advice Official ... of fictional writing styles. Different types of authors practice fictional writing, including novelists, playwrights, short ...
*  Structured writing
... is a form of technical writing that uses and creates structured documents. The term was coined by Robert E. ... Structured writing has been developed to address common problems in complex writing: Organizing large amounts of material ... Horn, Robert E. (1998). "Structured Writing as a Paradigm" (PDF). rhetcomp.gsu.edu. Educational Technology Publications. ... and obvious experience Ensuring the completeness of documentation Targeting content to varying audiences Coordinating writing ...
*  Scientific writing
... is writing for science. Scientific writing in English started in the 14th century. The Royal Society ... Hoffmann, Roald (2002). "Writing (and Drawing) Chemistry". In Jonathan Monroe. Writing and Revising the Disciplines (PDF). ... Some issues of scientific writing style include: Some style guides for scientific writing recommend against use of the passive ... scientific writing is much more nuanced and shifts of tense and person reflect subtle changes in the development of a written ...
*  Nature writing
... is nonfiction or fiction prose or poetry about the natural environment. Nature writing encompasses a wide ... The Norton Book of Nature Writing. New York: Norton, 1990; Nature writing: the tradition in English. edited by Robert Finch and ... Modern nature writing traces its roots to the works of natural history that were popular in the second half of the 18th century ... Nature writing often draws heavily on scientific information and facts about the natural world; at the same time, it is ...
*  Writing War
... : Fiction, Gender, & Memory is a 1991 text on women authors, war stories, and literary criticism by American ... It is a beautifully written, thoughtful, combination of essays and stories about the effects of war on women and children ... Writing War: Fiction, Gender and Memory. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1991.. ...
*  Professional writing
... differs from technical writing because of the type of content in technical writing. Technical writing ... Professional writing is writing for reward or as a profession, or it is any form of written communication produced in a ... Professional writing is any type of writing that is written with the intention of communicating with others in a professional ... Professional writing differs from other types of writing, such as academic and technical writing, because the term defines a ...
*  Writing Drama
... explores the mechanisms of dramatic story telling. The author makes a clear distinction between what is written ... A play written by Molière, The School for Wives, and a film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, North by Northwest, are analysed in ... To write for children is a wonderful school of narration. Writers of drama will always be indispensable and keep on responding ... To write a good story, three things are needed: conflict, conflict and conflict. The spectacular and the sensational are cheap ...
*  Asemic writing
True asemic writing occurs when the creator of the asemic piece cannot read their own asemic writing. Relative asemic writing ... Reflecting writing, but not completely existing as a traditional writing system, asemic writing seeks to make the reader hover ... It may be compared to free writing or writing for its own sake, instead of writing to produce verbal context. The open nature ... About Asemic Writing Asemic Writing: Backwards Into The Future by Peter Schwenger Artforum: Creative Writing: Travis Jeppesen ...
*  Distributive writing
This places emphasis on texts being represented as writings. This could be written words, iconic symbology (e.g., graffiti), ... For computer programming languages, we have a compiler, for writings we have written words interpreted by our mental faculties ... Distributive writing is the collective authorship of texts. This further requires both a definition of collective and texts, ... Distributive writing is not just bound to computing like CSCT. Synchronous - System of authorship where both author's make ...
*  Voice writing
... is a method used for court reporting, medical transcription, and closed captioning. Using the voice writing ... which is much shorter with voice writing. The method of court reporting known as voice writing, formerly called "stenomask," ... A voice writing system consists of a stenomask, an external sound digitizer, a laptop, speech recognition software. A foot ... A voice writing student can become real-time certifiable well within the 24-month associate degree window. Paralegals and legal ...
*  Medical writing
... for the pharmaceutical industry can be classified as either regulatory medical writing or educational medical ... Educational medical writing means writing documents about drugs, devices and biologics for general audiences, and for specific ... both of which can have a medical writing focus. Regardless of the type of medical writing, companies either assign it to an in- ... Medical writing as a function became established in the pharmaceutical industry because the industry recognized that it ...
*  Writing FAST
... How to Write Anything with Lightning Speed. Embryo Films. ISBN 0-9752139-0-3. Writing FAST: How to Write Anything ... Writing FAST: How to Write Anything with Lightning Speed is a non-fiction book by Jeff Bollow, first published in Australia in ... In the Apply phase, writers speed write to fill pages as quickly as possible. In the Strengthen phase, writers edit and shape ... The book targets new and intermediate writers, and distills the writing process into four parts - Focus, Apply, Strengthen, ...
*  Life writing
In 1975, psychologist Ira Progoff noted the positive affects that journal writing, or autobiographical writing could have. The ... Life writing is the recording of memories, and experiences, whether one's own or another's. This applies to many genres and ... Life writing also enables family information, as well as emotions and feeling about history to be remembered, for example life ... Life writing has been evident for nearly 2,000 years. St Augustine's autobiographical work being one example from the late 4th ...