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At 04:16 AM 4/28/97 -0400, Jim Chevallier (de la table ronde?) wrote:
>Like many a TW I knew in New York, I am an arty type (actor) making my $
>doing technical writing. Amy Tan was my model for this, since I also write
>fiction and was reading "Joy Luck Club" about the time I left being a
>business analyst and sometime programmer at Chase, and discovered she'd been
>a technical writer before making it big.
Thomas Pynchon, whose latest novel has just been published, was a technical
writer for Boeing.
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