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Hart, G.J. 1995. Writer–editor relationships in revisions. The Petroglyph, newsletter of the Sierra–Panamint Chapter of STC, 12(1):1–2.
Hart, G.J. 1995. Writer–editor relationships in revisions. Write On!, newsletter of the CSU–Chico Chapter of STC 6(1):4.
Hart, G.J. 1996. The five W’s: an old tool for the new task of audience analysis. Technical Communication 43(2):139–145.
Hart, G.J. 1996. How to... define yourself. Blue Pencil, newsletter of the Pittsburgh Chapter of STC, 33(3):6.
Knapp, P.; Hart, G.J. 1996. Notes on the documentation development process. [Internal document written for software developers]
Hart, G.J. 1997. Accentuate the negative: obtaining effective reviews through focused questions. Technical Communication 44(1):52–57.
Hart, G.J. 1997. Teamwork and the documentation process. Intercom, July:4–7.
Hart, G.J. 1997. [Quoted in an discussion of Ginny Redish’s presentation at the 1997 STC Annual Convention] Design Matters, newsletter of the STC Information Design special interest group, Summer:5.
Hart, G.J. (Comp.) 1997. Food for thought: the copyediting–l charity cookbook. [reviewed in Canadian Fundraiser, January 1997:7.] — Front matter — Contents
Hart, G.J. 1997. [The elements of e-mail] Sky Magazine, Nothing But Net, July:87.
Hart, G.J. 1998. (e)Xpressive markup language? Intercom, June:44.
Hart, G.J. 1998. So you want to be an editor? Intercom, July–August:17–19.
Hart, G.J. 1998. Don’t be a researcher: be a finder! the Exchange 5(2):1–3.
Hart, G.J. 1998. Your public relations committee wants you. Connections 15(2):1.
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