WordTech

WordTech

(company)
Manufacturers of Quicksilver.

Address: Orinda, CA, USA.
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Feela has authored one poetry chapbook, Thought Experiments (Maverick Press, 1998), winner of the Southwest Poet Series, a full-length poetry edition, The Home Atlas (WordTech, 2009), and a collection of essays, How Delicate These Arches (Raven's Eye Press, 2012) which was chosen as a creative non-fiction finalist for the Colorado Book Award.
The publisher, WordTech Communications (one of whose imprints is Turning Point Books), based in Cincinnati, Ohio, is still in business as one of the U.S.'s largest poetry publishers.
Author of several poetry collections, including Snow, Salt, Honey (Red Dragonfly Press), Keeping Them Alive (WordTech Editions), and Postcard on Parchment (ABZ Press), Stewart-Nunez has seen her nonfiction listed as a Best American Essays notable, and her piece about parenting a child with Landau-Kleffner Syndrome won the Lindenwood Review's 2014 Lyric Essay Contest.
Over twenty years after Premo and Kloster, the Federal Circuit decided Wordtech Systems, Inc.
(1) Carol Smallwood's most recent books include Divining the Prime Meridian (WordTech Communications, 2015); Women, Work, and the Web (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015); Writing After Retirement (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014); Water, Earth, Air, Fire, and Picket Fences (Lamar University Press, 014).
Igloria is the author of Bright as Mirrors Left in the Grass (Kudzu House Press eChapbook selection for Spring 2015), Ode to the Heart Smaller than a Pencil Eraser (Utah State University Press, 2014, May Swenson Prize), Night Willow (Phoenicia Publishing, 2014), The Saints of Streets (University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2013), Juan Luna's Revolver (University of Notre Dame Press, 2009 Ernest Sandeen Prize), Trill and Mordent (WordTech Editions, 2005) and eight other books.
Cincinnati, OH: WordTech Communications/Turning Point, 2013, 80 pp., $18.00, paperback
forthcoming from WordTech Editions in November 2013.
He is also publisher of WordTech Communications, LLC--is he a Brit or simply another tax evader?
Universe, was published in 2003 by WordTech Editions.
"We also have an open system on the front end, you know, with Borland and Lotus and Wordtech already committed to us, and we hope Ashton-Tate will get their dBase IV interface to Oracle ready.